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Harmony Hammond

Harmony Hammond

Floorpiece II, 1973

Harmony Hammond is included in the group exhibition, Woven Histories: Textiles and Modern Abstraction at The National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C.

The National Gallery of Art's press release follows:

Want to appreciate more art and design in your daily life? Just look down. The apparel we wear reflects not only our personal tastes and values but also a profound relationship to modern art. Woven Histories: Textiles and Modern Abstraction reveals the myriad ways textiles intersect with and influence world-renowned modern artists and movements. 

Woven Histories delves into dynamic moments when social and political issues have activated textile production and artmaking with heightened focus and urgency. Traced chronologically with 160 works made in a range of techniques—from oil painting to weaving, basketry, netting, knotting, and knitting—the exhibition explores the overlap between abstract art, fashion, design, and craft.