Nat Ward

01 / Jun / 19 - 22 / Ag / 19

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Nat Ward (b. 1983) is a Brooklyn based artist whose photographs and writing explore the psychological implications of systemic alienation as well as the subtleties and potential for self-preservation embedded in exile and defeat. His solo exhibitions include “A Nationless Place,” at Hampshire College Art Gallery in April 2019 and at the Ford Foundation Live Gallery, New York, NY (2017, 2018) as well as an exhibition titled “Bridgewalks” which will be held at Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space on the Lower East Side of New York this spring. His group exhibitions include “Polaroids: The Disappearing,” Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York, NY (2017, 2018), “OCCUPY MANA,” Curated by Phong Bui and Rail Curatorial Projects, Jersey City, NJ (2017, 2018), and “In Response - Repetition and Difference,” The Jewish Museum, New York, NY (2015). His residencies and fellowships include the Edward F. Albee Foundation Visual Artist residency, Montauk, NY, Casa Lu Tlalpan Visual Artist Residency, Mexico City, Mexico, the LES Studio Program, a program of Artist Alliance Inc., New York, NY, The Sharpe-Wallentas Studio Program, New York, NY and The Wagon Station Encampment at AZ West, Joshua Tree, CA. Ward co-created the online photographic project space A New Nothing in 2014, founded the collectively-programmed gallery Secret Dungeon in Brooklyn in 2016, and received an M.F.A. from Columbia University School of the Arts in 2013.


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