Lot - 10 - Jack Evans - Decadance
Lot - 10 - Jack Evans - Decadance
Lot - 10 - Jack Evans - Decadance

Lot - 10 - Jack Evans - Decadance



A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Hector Campbell



Jack Evans (b. 1992 Mansfield) is a British visual artist and sculptor living and working in London. He received his BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins in 2015. Evans has long been interested in the sociological, political and cultural responses to subjects that suggest looming existential threat and global catastrophic risk. The uncompromising advances of capitalist and consumer society, the unavoidable consequences of the climate crisis or the inherent dangers of unstoppable technological progression all manifest in sculptures and installations questioning the proliferation of faux-retro leaf block screen-walling, the merchandising of crumbling monuments, the shuttering of Blockbuster video or even the impending extinction of the banana. Borrowing from the visual language of post-apocalyptic popular culture, heavy metal album covers, video game design, archaeological excavation and the architecture of fallen civilisations, Evans situates his practice in the present whilst employing both contemporary and nostalgic insignia. 




BA (Hons) Fine Art, Central Saint Martins, London, UK 


ERASMUS Exchange, École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, France 


Solo Shows 


Fear of the Dark, Soup, London, UK 


Group Shows 


Accidentally on Purpose | Niby przypadkiem, Turnus x Collective Ending, Warsaw, Poland 

Buried, OHSH at Thames-side Studios Gallery, London, UK 

Adjacents, Greenfield Projects Space, London, UK 


Let Them Eat Fake, BWG Gallery, London, UK 

Slugtown Fundraiser, Slugtown, Newcastle, UK 

Hall of Mirrors, PLOP, London, UK 

INSIDE, Two Temple Place, London, UK 




RSS Gilbert Bayes Award 


The Arts Club Award (RA Summer Exhibition) 

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