Evan Holloway

Born:
1950
Residence:
Los Angeles, California, USA
Nationality:
American
Trust:
APT Los Angeles
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PRESS & PUBLICATIONS

  • Paula Cooper Gallery in New York is hosting an exhibition on the works of artist Evan Holloway through April 22, 2017.

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  • Last week, the L.A.-based artist Evan Holloway opened his first-ever exhibition with Paula Cooper Gallery, marking a rare New York showing for a sculptor who’s always kept to a West Coast milieu.

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  • Galeria Michael Schutz, Berlin, presents Angelika Platen’s collection “Dialog.Digital.Analog.” on view through March 18, 2017.

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  • 10 Exhibitions Opening This Week

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  • “I’m trying to work in concert with nature’s design,” says APT Artist Michael Joo of his sculptures made with antlers and stainless steel. Joo introduces modifications to the natural object as an artistic gesture and “a way of recreating balance.” One of these sculptures, SRS #8, is on offer in the Contemporary Curated sale at Sotheby’s New York, on March 2.

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  • On March 2, 2017, as part of its Contemporary Curated sale in New York, during Armory Week, Sotheby’s will be offering the very first public sale of works from the Artist Pension Trust® (APT) Collection. APT was founded in 2004 as a mutual assurance program providing long-term financial security for its member artists who deposit artworks with the trust over a 20-year period, and share the net proceeds from the sales. With 13,000 works, by 2,000 member artists, it is the largest private collection of global contemporary art in the world.

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  • Looking much like a re-created ruin, Michael Joo’s pensive and beautiful exhibition “Barrier Island” (2016), at the SCAD Museum of Art at the Savannah College of Art and Design, is, in some ways, just that.

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  • With Anselm Kiefer's ambitious new exhibition, Paul Nash At Tate Britain, Picasso at the NPG, and Georgia O’Keeffe, and Mona Hatoum at Tate Modern...

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  • 10 Exhibitions Opening This Week

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  • A fund of £150,000 has been dedicated to purchase works for the permanent collection of the Tate from Frieze London this year.

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  • At a time when too much half-baked art takes itself too seriously, it’s refreshing to see some serious art behaving as if it’s half-baked.

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  • The works featured in 'Radiohalo' – a new show by the lauded New York-based artist Michael Joo, open now at London's Blain|Southern – are concerned with process and intersection.

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  • Artlyst has attended the new exhibition by New York-based artist Michael Joo, Radiohalo is a major solo exhibition of new artworks by the acclaimed conceptual artist.

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  • It is possible to argue—and, indeed, I heard it argued while visiting this exhibition—that Evan Holloway belongs to the first generation of artists in Los Angeles that did not look outside of California, to New York or to Europe, to define their work, whether through aspiration or through contradistinction

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  • At the center of debate between creationists and the scientific community over the origin of Earth are microscopic areas of discoloration found within certain rocks: radiohalos.

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  • 10 Exhibitions Opening This Week

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  • Three art and culture experts, including the New Museum’s tech-savvy curator Lauren Cornell, talk about the complex research, storytelling, and economic issues related to Michael Stevenson’s sculpture “The Fountain of Prosperity,” which is currently on view.

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  • To fully appreciate the works of 92 artists from 40 countries at the 2012 Gwangju Biennale, art fans will need stamina.

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  • Audemars Piguet has teamed up with Galerie Perrotin to present an ambitious installation for Art Basel Miami Beach by French artist duo Kolkoz.

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  • These days, many luxury brands tap into the world of art and design, but few manage to do it with the grace that Swiss accessories brand Bally display

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  • For his inaugural exhibition with Blain|Southern, Exit from the House of Being, Michael Joo has created a series of new sculptural works which aim

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  • The young woman in the painting hunches awkwardly, her possessions and limbs taped to the

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  • For his inaugural exhibition with Blain|Southern, Exit from the House of Being, Michael Joo has created a series of new sculptural works which aim

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  • In the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn, within walking distance of New York City’s only Ikea, there is an area of nondescript buildings near

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  • Artist Mark Bradford still talks about his fifth-grade teacher from Crescent Heights Elementary, Wilma Chappelle.

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  • With Brooklyn a byword for artist studios and emerging artists, the Brooklyn Museum is uniquely positioned to introduce visitors to the latest work

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  • Michael Joo is an artist devoted to the intangibles. His sculptures, installations, video and performances investigate the evolution of cultural value

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  • In Hong Kong, my Chinese friends joke, is dollars per square foot. Not so funny if you’re an artist trying to find adequate space to live and work—or wanting to address something other than a collector’s likely financial return on your work.

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  • Driving through the sunny, anodyne neighborhoods of Santa Barbara this summer, you may come across some unexpected sights

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  • The largest contemporary art exposition in Asia opened Friday at various venues with an extensive amount of pieces to see, hear, touch and experience.

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BIOGRAPHY

Evan Holloway (b. 1967 La Mirada, California) received a BA from the University of California at Santa Cruz in 1989 and an MFA from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1997. Past exhibitions include the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Castello Di Rivoli in Turin, Italy. Evan Holloway lives and works in Los Angeles.