Jack Evans 

Jack Evans is interested in ideas of aspiration and masculinity, drawing motifs from the aesthetic ideas of ‘luxury’, and the people (men) who reinforce it. Through recreation and imitation, his work draws from the semiotics of architecture and taste, ranging through classicism, brutalism and minimalism, through to the
more obscure symbols of aspiration revived from his Nineties childhood in the midlands, Evans’ work questions and examines the ideas of form and beauty, especially in
regard to the places we occupy and inhabit, whilst alluding to what may be the banal and farcical nature of it all.

Jack Evans (b.1992, Mansfield) lives and works in London. Since graduating with a BA from Central Saint Martins (2015) he has exhibited internationally, including: In Ruins, Witley Court & Gardens (2019); Inhabiting the Dome, Whiteley's London (2018); Postage and packaging paid for, London for Art Licks Weekend (2018) The Floor is Lava, Subsidiary Projects for Art Night London (2018); Kühle Wampe’s Saturday Night TV Party, The Lombard
Method, Birmingham (2017); Home and Away, The Art Space, Glasgow (2016); Souvenirs from Earth Festival, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2015) and GROW, Regents
Park, London (2015).