Prior to the opening of the Rubin Museum Art in New York in 2004, the artist was asked by artists Kiki Smith and Årlene Shechet to make a flag to mark the festivities of the museum’s opening. The Museum has now published a book commemorating “The Flag Project,” with essays by Simon Winchester and Katherine Anne Paul on Tibetan prayer flags, the inspiration for this project. All of the artists’ flags are reproduced in the book.
The artist’s silver gelatin print, Near Moon Beach, was selected as cover art for the publication of Raphael Rubinstein’s “The Afterglow of Minor Pop Masterpieces,” a collection of constraint-based poems, printed in a limited edition by Make Now Press.
The artist’s silver gelatin print, Chai Wan, was selected as the cover image for a new CD released by Parisian-based Lebanese composer and instrumentalist Toufic Farroukh. Farroukh, also a collagist, draws from a variety of sources and traditions in his compositions and arrangements.
The artist’s 1999 drawing”Still Life with Seal” was selected as the cover image for the sixth edition of Drawing: A Contemporary Approach by Teel Sale and Claudia Betti, published in January, 2007, by Thomson/ Wadworth in a press run of 18,000 copies.
Tabula Rosa, 2001, color inkjet print on handmade Japanese paper, 75″ x 30″ , published by ULAE, edition of 43
December 20, 2006 – March 11, 2007
The artist’s print, “Tabula Rosa,” was included in this exhibition of prints from the Museum’s permanent collection that reflected various types of self-portrayal from the 1960s to the present, and one work that foreshadowed them all — F. Holland Day’s The Seven Words (1898). Although each artist included took a different approach, all of the works presented intimate stories that explore some aspect of the self.
Detail from Love Laughs, 2005, 51 1/4″ x 33 3/4″, Color lithograph with hand coloring and collage, Edition of 45, Published by Shark’s Ink
December 10th, 2006 – April 1st, 2007
The artist’s prints were included along with works by Enrique Chagoya, Carroll Dunham and Kiki Smith in “Making a Mark: Four Contemporary Artists in Print ” an exhibition presented by the Yale University Art Gallery. The exhibition was curated by Elizabeth DeRose and was accompanied by a brochure.
The artist contributed a 14 page layout of text and image to the inaugural issue of the Sienese Shredder, an annual journal of art, literature, poetry and culture, edited by Brice Brown and Trevor Winkfield. To learn more about the issue click on Hammond in the Sienese Shredder.
La Unica, 2006, Selenium toned silver gelatin print, 14″ x 11″
November 11- December 22, 2006
A selection of the artist’s silver gelatin prints was included in a group exhibition curated by Elizabeth Line at this Woodstock, NY venue for creative contemporary photography.