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David Hammons (American, born 1943). Basketball Drawing, 2001. Harlem earth on paper and found suitcase; drawing: 119 1/2 x 49 x 1 5/8 inches (303.5 x 124.5 x 4.1 cm) framed, suitcase: 19 1/4 x 26 3/4 x 7 inches (48.9 x 67.9 x 17.8 cm). Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York; George B. and Jenny R. Mathews Fund, 2001 (2001:9a-b). © David Hammons.
Considered one of the most influential and enigmatic artists of the past 50 years, David Hammons consistently challenges social conventions. In this work, he made an abstract composition by bouncing Untitled (Basketball Drawing) | Cleveland Museum of Art
NEW YORK—Nahmad Contemporary is pleased to announce David Hammons: Basketball and Kool-Aid, an exhibition dedicated to two radical series of works that the seminal American artist created between 1995 and 2012. On view from May 1 and extended until July 24, 2021, this is the first in-depth presentation of either body of work, for which Hammons employed vanguard artistic methods and unconventional materials to create abstract compositions, parlaying his keen formal, material, and conceptual ...
In Untitled (Basketball Drawing), Hammons deliberately selects a real-life basketball that has seen much use on the streets and basketball courts of his own neighborhood rather than select a pristine ball in the manner of Jeff Koons’s Equilibrium series (1985). In doing so, Hammons knowingly brings the grit and grime of the city streets into the otherwise pristine atmosphere of the gallery space, while allowing his spirit of improvisation and chance to play a fundamental role in his work.
Jan 27, 2017 - View UNTITLED (BASKETBALL DRAWING + STONE) (2006) By Hammons David; graphite and dirt on paper in a gilt wood frame; overall: 99 3/4 x 62 1/2 x 20 1/2 in. 253.4 x 158.7 x 52 cm; Signed; . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.
Profound and poetic in its poised stature and riveting grandeur, David Hammons’s Untitled (basketball drawing + stone) from 2006 is a sublime touchstone from the artist’s conceptually inventive career. Soaring toward nearly the same height as a regulation basketball hoop, this work consists of paper mounted in a gilt wood frame and balanced atop a jagged stone, its weight slightly teetering both precariously and gracefully to the side.
David Hammons, Untitled (Basketball Drawing), 2006-2007, Courtesy L & M Arts, NY Perhaps even more indebted to the imprint process of his earlier body prints, Untitled (Basketball Drawing) is a classic example of an ongoing series of works on paper.
David Hammons is having a moment, a New York one at that. Following the unveiling of his permanent Day’s End sculpture at the Hudson River Park near the Whitney Museum and a survey of the artist ...
In recent years, Hammons returned again to two-dimensions in series such as his Kool Aid drawings, which use the popular drink as a medium for mark-making, and the Basketball Drawings, which are composed through repeatedly bouncing a basketball covered with charcoal onto the paper.