At the national landmark New York Mercantile Exchange (in the WTC/WFC complex) Ward's "Break The Mold" 2012 solo hangs.(Below ) A monumental outdoor columnar sculpture by the famed Martin Puryear
The "Between The Acts" solo show. Ward's omnidirectional art from various series groups, mixed together in mashup display.
More pics from this show.
In President Jimmy Carter's executive conference room at The Carter Center
At a Smithsonian-affiliate's "Glow in The Gallery" group show. Ward's two-panel Begotten, Forgotten hangs on the venue's "Picasso wall" where artwork by Picasso, Matisse, and Miro hung in the previous year. In the foreground on loan from National Gallery of Art's Hirshhorn Museum is Traveler's Column by Arnoldo Pomodoro (maker of those bronze Sphere sculptures in so many cities).
From Chicago to LA to New Orleans, digital highway billboards showing detail views of Ward art thanks to the BillboardArtProject.
More pics from these displays.
At the "Single Fare 2: Please Swipe Again" group show at Sloan Fine Art in New York, Ward's miniature RailSafe hangs in 2011.
At the "Give An Inch" group show in New York at the whimsical Two Fingers Gallery
At the "OCCUPY WALL Space" group show in New York City in 2011 at AC Institute Gallery, a Ward graphic design piece, the AukEwePi hangs (red poster, bottom). (Photo courtesy #OccupyWallStreet staff.)
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