Harmony Hammond : selected Texts by the Artist

Bryan-Wilson, Julia, and Harmony Hammond. Oral History Interview with Harmony Hammond, September 14, 2008. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Hammond, Harmony. Wrappings: Essays on Feminism, Art, and the Martial Arts. New York: TSL Press, 1984.
____."A Space of Infinite and Pleasurable Possibilities: Lesbian Self-Representation in Visual Art." In New Feminist Criticism, edited by Joanna Frueh, Cassandra L. Langer, and Arlene Raven. New York: Icon Editions, 1994.
____.“Against Cultural Amnesia.” Art Papers 18, No. 6. November‒December 1994.
____.“Art History.” Art Journal 55, No. 4, Winter 1996.
____.“Meetings With Agnes Martin.” In Agnes Martin: Works on Paper, edited by Aline Chipman Brandauer. Santa Fe, NM: Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of New Mexico, 1998.
____.“M(art)tial Engagements.” New Observations 118, Spring 1998.
____. Lesbian Art in America: A Contemporary History. New York: Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., 2000.
____."Statement” in , High Times, Hard Times: New York Painting 1967 - 1975 , exhibition catalogue, ed. Katy Siegel. New York: Independent Curators International, 2006
____.“How to Change Vandalism into Art.” The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 13, No. 3, May‒June 2006.
____.“The Meeting of Passion and Intellect.” Women in the Arts 25, No 4, Winter 2008.
____.“Manifesto (Personal) of Monochrome (Sort Of).” Harmony Hammond. New York: Alexander Gray Associates, 2013.
____.“Material Engagements.” Harmony Hammond. New York: Alexander Gray Associates, 2016.
____.“A Visual Essay on Censorship, Voice, Passage, or Not…” Art Journal 75, No. 2, Summer 2016.
____.Conversation with Tirza True Latimer, Queer Threads: crafting identity and community, ed. John Chaich and Todd Oldham. Pasadena, California: AMMO Books, 2017.
____.“What is Feminist Art?”, The Archives of American At Journal, March, 2021.
____.“Harmony Hammond and Elvan Zabunyan: Conversation”, Les Cahiers du Musee national d’art moderne, Spring 2022.
____.“Harmony Hammond on Agnes Martin’s 'Untitled' ", Woven Histories: Textiles and Modern Abstraction, Lynne Cooke. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, forthcoming fall, 2023.
Motta, Carlos, and Harmony Hammond. “An Interview with Harmony Hammond.”wewhofeeldifferently.info. March 6, 2011.
Müller, Ulrike, and Harmony Hammond. “Editors and Fugitives: Ulrike Müller in Conversation with Harmony Hammond.” In Pink Labor on Golden Streets: Queer Art Practices, edited by Christiane Erharter, Dietmar Schwärzler, Ruby Sircar, and Hans Scheirl. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2015.