Hammergram: March 2014
It's the end of the month, so it's time for Hammergram! We are fascinated by the photos our visitors take of the objects and spaces at the Hammer. That's why we decided to launch Hammergram--a monthly round-up of our favorite visitor photos--in the hopes that they will inspire you to share your own Hammer experience with us!
The Hammer Museum welcomes visitors to take non-flash, personal-use photography (except where noted). Share your images with us by tagging @hammer_museum or #hammermuseum on Instagram or Twitter, and you could be featured in the next Hammergram!
1. @memoryrec goes a little crazy in front of Haim Steinbach's now you can afford to stop driving each other crazy. [part of Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology]
2. @angkoonmd gets up close and personal with Paul Albert Besnard's L'Accouchment in the Tea and Morphine: Women in Paris, 1880 to 1914 galleries.
3. @thisisestherkim watches as Take It or Leave It artist Andrea Fraser performs May I Help You? throughout the exhibition.
4. @meximagic enjoys a glass of bubbly at AMMO before exploring the galleries.
5. @jstephenlee admires our courtyard furniture made by artists Chris Johanson and Johanna Jackson.
6. @koridoll takes a selfie with Sherrie Levine's Steer Skull, Horned. [part of Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology]
7. @thegrandbastard is loving his new Various Keytags keychain from the Hammer Store.
8. @benjaminfmoser captures the beauty of Dr. Pozzi's hand in John Singer Sargent's Dr. Pozzi at Home, part of our permanent collection.
9. @chrisotcasek takes some beauty shots with Nathaniel Mellors' Half-drunk Shakespeare (with Teeth).
10. @thejustinjorgensen got a peek inside Nayland Blake's Feeder 2 before sampling the gingerbread used to make it.
11. @dubarts is inspired by this Felix Gonzalez-Torres edible art. [part of Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology]
12. @woman_of_the_earth checks out the more than six thousand vintage postcards depicting Niagara Falls in Zoe Leonard's Survey. [part of Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology]
13. @jrustiga finds art in light and shadows on the terrace.
14. @theengaginged might be a little grossed out by Mark Dion's Killers Killed. [part of Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology]
15. @briannagomez93 shows us the massive scale of Jenny Holzer's Inflammatory Essays. [part of Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology]
16. @letigrelili listens to some funky Mexican beats during Sabrosonico!