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Publication

Cabana Magazine | Jane Hammond | Issue 12

Fabrizia Caracciolo has written about artist Jane Hammond’s botanical collages – ‘one-of-a-kind pieces…exploring the infinite complexity of the natural and artificial world’ – in issue 12 of Cabana magazine. Each work has been paired with beautiful hand-printed, patterned papers by Antoinette Poisson. Please see the full feature below – 

09/10/19

Publication

Wildflower Magazine | Jane Hammond | Summer 2018

Arrived in the post, our copy of summer 2018’s Wildflower magazine featuring artist Jane Hammond. We are delighted to see Wildflower magazine give celebration to Jane Hammonds work with front page coverage showing Hammonds Elephant Vase with Basket Stinkhorn, Heartbreak Grass and Strychnine.  Purchase a copy here.

09/01/19

Publication

The Financial Times | Jane Hammond

Melanie Gerlis recommends our exhibition ‘Jane Hammond, Natural Selection’ in the Financial Times:  Can blockchain clean up the art market?  By Melanie Gerlis 25th May, 2018 Digital revolution in prospect; Bonhams on the block again; buyers get political; collector offers alpine pilgrimage  Christie’s mammoth Rockefeller auctions may be over, but there’s another chance to buy […]

02/07/18

Publication

Town & Country |Jane Hammond

The Best Chelsea Flower Show Inspired Exhibitions  Floral artworks and installations are springing up across London By Abigail Hartshorn 18th May 2018     This month, London is blooming with botanical exhibitions to celebrate the Chelsea Flower Show, from floral artworks by emerging and established contemporary artists to installations designed to bring nature into communal […]

29/05/18

News

Jane Hammond at the Beekman Hotel | Video

Jane Hammond discusses her artistic process as she creates unique works of art for The Beekman Hotel in New York. Watch the video here  

10/05/18

News

CNN Style | Glenn Lowry on David Rockefeller: ‘The last of an extraordinary generation of collectors’

‘Even in his 90s he enjoyed making long studio visits to artists whose work interested him, like Ellsworth Kelly and Jane Hammond, and he loved going to the galleries in SoHo and Chelsea to see what was going on…’ In May, more than 1,000 works of art and fine objects collected by banker and philanthropist […]

17/04/18