Memorial Sloan Kettering Art Collection, Curated by Cade Tompkins Projects

Posted by on Apr 4, 2021 in NEWS
Serial Specimens hanging in a corridor at Memorial Sloan Kettering

Photos Courtesy Cade Topkins Projects / Allison Bianco

I’m pleased to announce Serial Specimens, a suite of 36 prints, was acquired for the David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care at Memorial Sloan Kettering, New York, New York.

Big thanks to Cade Tompkins Projects for including me in this undertaking, bringing together a collection of over 1,250 works of contemporary art within the new 25-floor, 730,000 square-foot building designed by architects Perkins Eastman. Read more about the project on Art Daily.

My little rocks can be seen along this corridor

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, in a space designed to focus on patient care and family amenities, support services, as well as research and academic offices. I hope they spark interest for all visitors, families, and staff.

Framed Serial Specimens