“Despite their precise lines and construction, Hammersley’s work displays a personal touch, guided by his belief in intuition as an important principle for art making.”Read More
As the curator and head of Modern & Contemporary Collections at the Getty Research Institute, I specialize in postwar and contemporary art, including video, performance, and other time-based practices. I've organized the exhibitions California Video and Evidence of Movement, as well as several video series, including "Pioneers of Brazilian Video Art, 1973–1983," "Surveying the Border: Three Decades of Video Art about the United States and Mexico", "Reckless Behavior", and "Radical Communication: Japanese Video Art, 1968–1988". I came to the Getty from the Whitney Museum of American Art, where I worked on exhibitions about contemporary art and video.
From January 19 to 29, the Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival will present more than 30 new public art commissions and... Read More