Celebrate our new summer exhibition Sun Splashed with cocktails and live music. Friday, June 24, 6–9 pm.
Artist Nari Ward (known for his dramatic installations) and PAMM Associate Curator Diana Nawi deliver a tribute to the pieces that have been destroyed over the course of Ward’s 20-year practice. The performative talk is a meditation on labor, leisure, and remembering.
Nari Ward’s work links the everyday and the transformative. Entwined and woven elements feature prominently in both construction and subject: the physical entanglement is a metaphor for the interaction and clash of people across cultures and power hierarchies. Join Barnes Senior Instructor for Art and Aesthetics William Perthes to explore this facet of Ward’s work and its resonance with traditions in modern art.
5:30–6:30 pm lecture
6:30–7:30 pm exhibition access
Book online or call 215.278.7200.