About This Flag

November 30, 2021–January 30, 2022
About This Flag at Grand Flag, in Williamsburg Brooklyn
179 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY
After 911, I noticed a vendor selling American flags near the site of the attacks. There was also a pile of bandanas in his cart—one was an American flag design printed in two colors—black and tan. For 20 years I've thought of that simple image as a portrait of our country. I'd like that to change. I want us to talk honestly about the past and begin moving into the future with love and hopefulness, so that the violent divisions in this country will stop tearing us apart.
September, 2021
Grand Flag is a site created by James Esber, in order to invite artist to make work in a new context and have a voice in the current political discourse. @grand.flag (instagram)

PERMANENT WORKS

Double Sun, from the series Light Installations

October 1 2016
Double Sun, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Percent for Art and New York City Parks, McCarren Park, 776 Lorimer Brooklyn, NY, 11222

Brigham and Women's Hospital, Permanent Installation, Harvard Medical School Teaching Hospital

May 1 2016
75 Francis Street, Boston, MA 02115

UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay, Meditation Room, Permanent Artwork

December 1 2014
500 Parnassus Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94143

Winter Light, from the series Light Installations, 2002-Present

December 1 2014
Mickey Leland Federal Building, Houston, TX
1919 Smith Street #400, Houston, TX 77002

Morning Light, from the Light Installations, 2002-present

August 1 2011
MTA Arts for Transit, Neck Road Station Q-Line Subway, Brooklyn, NY
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Northeast Light, West Wall, from the series Light Installations, 2002-present

August 1 2011
MS114, New York, NY
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West Wall, North Light, Green, from the series Light Installations, 2002-present

August 1 2007