Threadbare:

A Subversive Aesthetic

 

 

Harmony Hmmond

Harmony Hammond is Guggenheim fellow and recipient of two NEAs, is an artist, art writer, and independent curator who lectures, writes, and publishes extensively on feminist and lesbian art, queer art, and the cultural representation of "difference." She co-edited the ground breaking "Lesbian Art and Artists" issue of Heresies magazine in 1977 and curated the first exhibition of lesbian art in New York in 1978. Recently she curated "Out West" for Plan B Evolving Arts in Santa Fe. Her work was included in the 1995 exhibition "In A Different Light: Visual Culture, Sexual Identity, Queer Practice," at the University of California, Berkeley