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ISBN:
8877571276
Author:
Nari Ward
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hopefulmonster (October 15, 2001)
Pages:
112 pages
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1170 kb
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Nari Ward (born 1963 in St. Andrew, Jamaica) is an artist based in New York City. Nari Ward received a BA from Hunter College, CUNY in 1991 and a MFA from Brooklyn College, CUNY in 1992.

Nari Ward (born 1963 in St. His work is often composed of found objects from his neighborhood, and "address issues related to consumer culture, poverty, and race". He has a wife and two kids. Noemi Ward his wife, Nira Ward his daughter, and his son Zendon Ward.

Nari Ward uses a common material, shoelaces, to evoke the many different people who are today brought together in the phrase We the People. In this way, he encourages the viewer to pause and perhaps reconsider this familiar text. Learn more about this work from Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Watch Nari Ward discuss We The People in a 2017 video interview. Look at an online exhibition of Ward’s work at Philadelphia’s Fabric Workshop and Museum.

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Blue Chip Representation. For example, in Palace LiquorsouL (2010), Ward rearranges the letters of the title in a neon liquor store sign, illuminating only S-O-U-L while leaving the remaining letters unlit and upside down.

Breathing Flag (2017), designed by artist Nari Ward, will remain up for the rest of the month, before being replaced .

Breathing Flag (2017), designed by artist Nari Ward, will remain up for the rest of the month, before being replaced by another artist’s flag. The work combines Marcus Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association with an African prayer symbol known as the Congolese Cosmogram, which represents birth, life, death, and rebirth, according to a Creative Time release. Describing the Congolese Cosmogram, Ward said in a statement, Several of these hole patterns are drilled into the floorboards of one of the oldest African-American churches in the United States in Savannah, Georgia.

Nari Ward is an artist based in New York City. Ward received commissions from the United Nations and the World Health Organization, and Awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the National Endowment for the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts, John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, and the Pollock Krasner Foundation.

This book accompanies the largest exhibition to date of Nari Ward’s groundbreaking sculptures, videos. Free two-day shipping for prime members. Exactly as shown in photo.

Its title – the opening words of the US Constitution – appears in outline several metres high, in that document’s original calligraphy. On closer inspection, the letters’ negative strokes reveal themselves as myriad shoelaces hanging limp from holes in the wall like threads from a torn tapestry

Nari Ward at the New Museum with the piece Amazing Grace (originally created in 1993). Photo: Jonas Fredwall Karlsson for New York Magazine

Nari Ward at the New Museum with the piece Amazing Grace (originally created in 1993). Photo: Jonas Fredwall Karlsson for New York Magazine. When I meet Nari Ward at the former firehouse on 141st Street where he’s made art for the past 25 years, he apologizes for the fact that the place smells like smoke

The Jamaican-born, Harlem-based artist Nari Ward makes sculpture out of everyday objects that weave together culture, history, and personal narrative. His work often deals with social and historical themes such as slavery, oppression, and dislocation. He has participated in the Whitney Biennial, been Artist-in-Residence at the Walker Art Center and the Studio Museum in Harlem, and has received an NEA Grant and a Guggenheim Fellowship. This book presents new work made for an exhibition in Torino, Italy.