Gregg Evans, Uncertain Gesture
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Gregg Evans

Uncertain Gesture, Chicago, 2012
From the A Momentary Interaction series
Website - GreggEvans.net

Gregg Evans is a photographer living and working in Chicago. He holds an MFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago and a BFA in Photography from S.U.N.Y Purchase. His work examines the tension between representation and presentation, between the traditionally singular desire inherent in the photographer’s gaze, and the mutual desires involved in cruising. Recent exhibitions include New York's White Columns gallery, Envoy Enterprises and United Photo Industries, as well as Northern Trust, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and Ebersmoore gallery in Chicago. He likes milk shakes in almost any weather condition, Roseanne, and My Bloody Valentine.

Posted on Monday, March 11, 2013.

 

 

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