Single-channel digital video, transferred from video tape, color, sound, 5 min., 4 sec.
Purchase, Alfred Stieglitz Society Gifts, 2003
Not on view
Part shaman, part huckster, Hammons has sold snowballs on an uptown sidewalk; created elegant, slightly less ephemeral sculpture from chicken bones and human hair gathered from a Harlem barbershop; and exhibited a billboard portrait of Jesse Jackson in whiteface outside the 1990 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Both raucous and haunting, Phat Free is the artist's only video.
David Hammons; [Artemis / Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York]
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Closed Circuit: Video and New Media at the Metropolitan," February 23, 2007–April 29, 2007.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Guide. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2012. p. 449.
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Artist: William Wegman (American, born 1943)Date: 1970–71Medium: Single-channel digital video, transferred from video tape, black-and-white, sound, 30 min., 12 sec.Accession: 2010.247On view in:Not on view