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Maurice Ward Ltd. 38th EVA International, Irelands Biennial

Sanja Ivekovic, Lady Rosa of Luxemburg, 2001, Photo: Deirdre Power, Courtesy of the artist

Case Study 1:
Maurice Ward Ltd. 38th EVA International, Irelands Biennial

Title of Exhibition
38th EVA International

Date

Limerick April 14 - July 8
Dublin April 6 - May 27

Venue(s)

Limerick City Gallery of Art, Pery Square, Cleeve’s Condensed Milk Factory, O’Callaghan Strand, Limerick Clothing Factory, Lord Edward Street, RHH - 6 Pery Square, The Hunt Museum, Rutland Street; all Limerick, and an extended programme at Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.

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“As an arts organisation with an international focus, it’s crucial that we aim to work to the highest standards across all stages of our operation and production. Working with Maurice Ward ensures that we achieve that in terms of art handling and transport logistics. They are always professional and responsive, while also being lateral minded to suit different budget options. Perhaps most importantly, they understand art and are sensitive to its particular needs. I don’t hesitate in recommending Maurice Ward to other arts organisations in Ireland and internationally.”

Matt Packer
Director EVA

No More Water Rashid Johnson

Images courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth

Case Study 2:
No More Water Rashid Johnson

Title of Exhibition
No More Water Rashid Johnson

Date

15 April - 14 October 2018

Venue(s)

Lismore Castle Arts and St Carthage’s Hall,
Lismore,
Co. Waterford

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“For this major exhibition at Lismore Castle Arts, which presented a series of complex transport and logistical arrangements, we were able to completely put our faith in Maurice Ward’s expertise and advice. Mary McLoughlin and team went well above the call of duty to field calls and queries, and guided us through the process of getting this large sculptural work into Ireland. I would have no hesitation in recommending Maurice Ward to manage any challenging exhibition, in the knowledge the work will be safely and expertly handled.”

Paul McAree

Coming Home: Art and the Great Hunger

Case Study 3:
Coming Home: Art and the Great Hunger

Title of Exhibition
Coming Home: Art and the Great Hunger.

Date

Dublin 8 March – 30 June
Skibbereen 20 July – 13 October
Derry 18 January – 16 March

Venue(s)

Dublin Castle, Coach House, Dublin
Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre, Skibbereen
Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin, An tSeaneaglais, Derry

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To bring an exhibition of this size and significance to realization for a small University museum, only five years old, required extensive collaboration from partners on both sides of the Atlantic. We investigated available options and selected Maurice Ward. As the only ICEFAT accredited art shipper in Ireland, We ascertained that Maurice Ward operated to optimum levels on all counts. From the start, they went above and beyond to make the process as clear and straightforward as possible. They participated fully in the decisions made and managed the packing, transportation and installation of the art with professionalism and courtesy at all times. Throughout the process, Maurice Ward showed that the safety of the art was their priority. Throughout, we felt confident knowing that the museum’s art was in their hands.

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