October 8 –
October 23, 2016
We can talk about art, read about art, write about art, but none of it is possible without looking at art.

Works by David Hammons are not always easy to see. First of all, he doesn't do many exhibitions and his work isn't included in many collections. Also, he's been known to present a work that is nothing other than a weather forecast, or to show a work that is covered by a curtain which can be lifted only by making an appointment.

Luckily, a few works are here in San Francisco, and we want to spend some time looking at them.

If you'd like to look at a work by David Hammons, hear an introduction by a collector, and have a group conversation, please sign up. Prof. Sampada Aranke, from SFAI, joins the group to give some broader context on Hammons's work.

Only 15-20 people can sign up for each visit, so reserve your spot early.

RSVP: wattisrsvp@cca.edu
Times and locations provided upon RSVP.

This is the second event in our year-long season about and around the work of David Hammons.

October 8: Visit Putting On Sunday Manners (1990) at the SFMOMA Collections Center, South San Francisco

October 13: Visit Untitled (Two Works) (c. 1965), The Holy Bible: Old Testament (2002) and Phat Free (1995-1999) in private homes

October 22: Visit America the Beautiful (1968) at the Oakland Museum of California

David Hammons, "Putting on Sunday Manners," (1990) Courtesy SFMOMA
David Hammons, "Putting on Sunday Manners," (1990) Courtesy SFMOMA


David Hammons, "America the Beautiful" (1968) Courtesy the Oakland Museum of California
David Hammons, "America the Beautiful" (1968) Courtesy the Oakland Museum of California


David Hammons, "The Holy Bible: The Old Testament" (2002)
David Hammons, "The Holy Bible: The Old Testament" (2002)