Harmony Hammond: Material Witness,Five Decades of Art exhibition
Harmony Hammond
Material Witness, Five Decades of Art
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Material Witness, Five Decades of Art

Harmony Hammond: Material Witness,Five Decades of Art exhibition
Harmony Hammond, Inappropriate Longings (1992)
Courtesy of the artist and Alexander Gray Associates, New York
Photo: Jeffrey Sturges
© Harmony Hammond / VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY

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