Anderman Photography Lecture: Evan Whale at the Denver Art Museum
Take a deeper look into the work of photographer Evan Whale and his experimental techniques. Photographer Evan Whale utilizes experimental techniques and, at times, combines media to create pictures composed of vibrant colors, bold forms, dynamic lines, and palpable textures.
Whether using people, the California landscape, or his own home as inspiration, Whale’s work explores the idea of abstraction in photography and blurs the line between fact and fiction.
Evan Whale holds a BA in Photography from Bard College and a MFA in Photography from Yale University School of Art. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Whale’s photograph Then the Earth Shook is included in Curious Visions: Toward Abstract Photography, the inaugural exhibition in the new photography galleries which opened October 24.
Free for Museum Friends, $5 students, $10 DAM members, $20 public.
Image: Evan Whale, Then the Earth Shook (detail), 2018. Carving and chemigram on chromogenic print. Image courtesy the artist ©Evan Whale