DRAWING UP AT THE LOUVRE IN THE LES MUSEE DES ARTS DECORATIFS WING

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Results of a Search (Cameo), 2015, Sumi ink on gampi paper with Japanese silver leaf, rag paper, acrylic paint, plastic tubing and aluminum wire on museum board, 44 7/8” x 36” x 4 5/8” framed

March 17 – June 28, 2016

The artist’s new drawing was included in a group exhibition “Le Contemporain dessine,” at Les Musee des Arts Decoratifs,” in the Rohan and Marsan Wings of the Louvre.  A catalogue accompanied the exhibition. Visit here to read more about the exhibition

Family Business Introduced at Museum of Fine Arts

family_businessFamily Business, 2015, Photogravure, 22.5″ x 26″, Published by Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida and Printed by Erika Greenberg-Schneider/Bleu Acier, Inc

October 17 – January 24, 2015

The artist created her first photogravure in collaboration with the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida and the printer Erika Greenburg- Schneider of Bleu Acier, Inc. The print was introduced on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition Marks Made: Prints by American Women Artists from the 1960’s to the Present at the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, Florida. A catalogue accompanied the exhibition.

Art=Text=Art at the The Hafnarfjörður Centre of Culture and Fine Art, Iceland

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Four Ways to Blue, 2006, printed, cut and collaged papers, 10.5″ x 12″

May 18, 2013 – June 23, 2013 Celebrating the dynamic dialogue of art and language from 1960 to 2012, Art=Text=Art presents more than 100 American drawings, prints, conceptual works on paper and artists’ books selected from the collection of Sally and Wynn Kramarsky. Prior to the Hafnarfjordur show, the exhibition originated at the University of Museums, Virginia and traveled to the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University.   To read more about the exhibition, please visit The Art Equals Text Online Catalog

Houdini: Art and Magic Finishes Tour at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art

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Untitled (221 181. 275. 156, 227), 1991-1992, Oil on canvas, 76″ x 70″

February 11 – May 13, 2012
Organized by the Jewish Museum in New York, this first exhibition in a major American art museum on the master magician and his lasting influence on visual culture Houdini: Art and Magic features magic apparatus, posters, broadsides, period photographs, archival files and contemporary artworks inspired by the magician and escape artist.  Works by the artist, Matthew Barney, Petah Coyne, Vic Muniz, Deborah Oropallo and Raymond Pettibon are included in this exhibition. The exhibition traveled throughout 2010, 2011 and 2012 from the Jewish Museum in New York to the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles; the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco and the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, Wisconsin.  To read more about the exhibition please visit Houdini: Art and Magic

Fallen Returns for Exhibition in New York

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Installation view at the FLAG Art Foundation of Fallen 2004  –  2012.     Color inkjet print, printed from digital file recto and verso, on archival paper, cut, with matt medium, Jade glue, fiberglass strand, sumi ink and additional handwork in acrylic paint and gouache, and hand-made cotton rag paper, 12″ x 288 ” x 84 ”

Fallen at the FLAG Art Foundation in Chelsea
September 23 – December 31, 2011
Fallen was recently on exhibition at the FLAG Art Foundation on West 25th Street in New York.  This exhibition began with 4455 leaves.  To read more about this installation visit Fallen at the FLAG Art Foundation

Fallen”is now briefly depicted in the Whitney’s virtual tour of their new downtown building set to open in 2015.  This video can be viewed at the Future Whitney: A Preview

Fallen, acquired by the Whitney Museum of American Art, was displayed at the museum in a Fall 2007 exhibition of recent acquisitions entitled “Two Years.”  The piece was then exhibited in “On the Margins” at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Musuem in St. Louis.  That exhibition was accompanied by a publication with text written by Eleanor Heartney and Paul Krainak.   “Fallen” was later displayed in solo exhibitions at the Wexner Center for the Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, VA and then at the FLAG Art Foundation.

Find more information about these exhibitions at Wexner Center for the Arts.  See image below to read the wall text from the exhibition in San Diego.  Click here to view pictures of the artist installing the piece at MCASD Set on Flickr

Fallen was featured and more fully considered in the history of war memorials, in an essay by Amanda Potter in the 2009 summer issue of the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art Journal.

Fallen was previously featured in an article by Faye Hirsch in the April 2008 issue of Art in America.

The leaves in Fallen have been made by the artist, they are not real leaves.  They are based on leaves gathered in the Autumns of 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011from Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Maryland, Virginia, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, Colorado, Washington, California and Hawaii. See below detail from the Whitney installation, 2007

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Detail from Fallen at the FLAG Art Foundation

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Fallen at the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH

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Detail from Fallen 2004 – 2012

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Fallen was first exhibited at Galerie Lelong, NY in the Spring of 2005.  That exhibition opened with 1511 leaves.

“American Printmaking Now” Travels in China

full-house-detailDetail from Full House, 1992-1993, Intaglio  silkscreen and litho with collage, 78.5″ x 51″ Edition of 32, Published by ULAE

Various Dates 2010- 2011
Full House and other of the artist’s prints were on view in this exhibition which was accompanied by a catalogue with essays  by Riva Castleman and Sarah Suzuki.  The exhibition originated at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing  then traveled in China throughout 2010/2011 with exhibitions at the Guan Shanyue Art Museum, the Zhejiang Art Museum and the Shanghai Art Museum.

Collaborative Vision: The Poetic Dialogue Project at Bowling Green State University Art Gallery

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Detail from Advice

October 16 – November 20, 2009
An exhibition of thirty one works of art created by collaborative teams of visual artists and poets was first shown in the Spring of 2009 at the Sidney R. Yates Gallery at the Chicago Cultural Center, then in the Summer at Indiana State University and in the Fall at Bowling Green State University.  Jane Hammond worked with the poet Barry Schwabsky on a suite of four drawings entitled Advice.

“Jane Hammond: Paper Work” Travels to Final Venue at the Detroit Institute of Arts

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Detail from All Souls (Masindi),  2006

October 1 – January 9, 2009
Jane Hammond: Paper Work contained all manner of works on paper from 1989 through 2006 and recently travelled with exhibitions at the Tucson Museum of Art; the Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, WI (formerly the Elvehjem Museum); the Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR; the Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; the Achenbach Foundation at the DeYoung Museum, San Francisco, CA and the Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, MI. The show was accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue published by Penn State Press and the Mt. Holyoke College Museum, containing essays by Faye Hirsch and Nancy Princenthal and an interview with the artist by Douglas Dreishspoon. The exhibition was organized and first presented by the Mt. Holyoke College Museum of Art (2006). To read more about this exhibition visit the Detroit Institute of Arts , the de Young Museum   and the Mt. Holyoke College Art Museum .  Click here to hear NPR affiliate reporter Tina Antolini’s interview of Jane at NPR Hammond Interview

Museum of Modern Art Acquires “Album (Madeline Tomaini)” and on View Summer 2009

album-tomaini-overall-newsAlbum (Madeline Tomaini), 2007, 42″ x 108″ (framed), archival digital ink jet prints, rice paper, Jade glue, archival tape, ink, graphite, found photo corners, and soot

On View Summer 2009
June 2 – September 14, 2009
In 2008, the Museum of Modern Art acquired a large multi-part photographic work entitled Album (Madeline Tomaini)  In this piece, the artist has inserted  herself in the found photographs/lives of others shown above in full and in a passage/detail shown below. The work was on view in the museum with a selection of contemporary photographs in the Menschel Gallery. To view this work in the Modern’s collection click on MoMA

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“Photography and the Self: the Legacy of F. Holland Day,” at the Whitney Museum of American Art

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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.

Yale University Art Gallery

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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.

Recent Photographs at Dartmouth College

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Perpetual Love, 2005, Selenium toned silver gelatin print

April 4th – May 7, 2006
In the Spring of 2006, the Jaffe-Friede and Strauss Galleries at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH showed “Recent Photographs,” an exhibition of thirty-one silver gelatin prints made by the artist. The exhibition was accompanied by a catalogue with includes an essay by critic and writer David Levi Strauss.