NYLPT

by Jason Evans


Photographs: Jason Evans

Publisher: MACK

160 pages

Pictures: 80 duotone plates

Year: 2012

ISBN: 9781907946295

Price: 40

Comments: 29,5 cm x 24 cm; black and white

The images in NYLPT are drawn from one body of work, collected in New York, London, Paris and Tokyo, presented in discrete digital and analogue forms. Jason Evans is preoccupied with the tradition of street photography as an aesthetically colonized form, with precedents resilient to re-interpretation; he says, “Sometimes you visit a place and it looks exactly as you expected it to. Like it does in pictures or on TV or at the movies. It’s like a feeling of nostalgia for something you’ve never known.”

NYLPT is a result of Evans’s compulsive visual collecting alongside an informed and intuitive focus that frames reoccurring motifs in a process-driven work. Evans invests in chance, luck and persistence, randomly layering exposures on film in camera; what emerges are delightful surprises – the reward for not thinking too much – and a visual thinking matter that is both familiar and strange.

Jason Evans (b. 1968) is the author of several online sites including The New Scent and The Daily Nice.


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NYLPT

by Jason Evans


Photographs: Jason Evans

Publisher: MACK

160 pages

Pictures: 80 duotone plates

Year: 2012

ISBN: 9781907946295

Price: 40

Comments: 29,5 cm x 24 cm; black and white

The images in NYLPT are drawn from one body of work, collected in New York, London, Paris and Tokyo, presented in discrete digital and analogue forms. Jason Evans is preoccupied with the tradition of street photography as an aesthetically colonized form, with precedents resilient to re-interpretation; he says, “Sometimes you visit a place and it looks exactly as you expected it to. Like it does in pictures or on TV or at the movies. It’s like a feeling of nostalgia for something you’ve never known.”

NYLPT is a result of Evans’s compulsive visual collecting alongside an informed and intuitive focus that frames reoccurring motifs in a process-driven work. Evans invests in chance, luck and persistence, randomly layering exposures on film in camera; what emerges are delightful surprises – the reward for not thinking too much – and a visual thinking matter that is both familiar and strange.

Jason Evans (b. 1968) is the author of several online sites including The New Scent and The Daily Nice.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

NYLPT

by Jason Evans


Photographs: Jason Evans

Publisher: MACK

160 pages

Pictures: 80 duotone plates

Year: 2012

ISBN: 9781907946295

Price: 40

Comments: 29,5 cm x 24 cm; black and white

The images in NYLPT are drawn from one body of work, collected in New York, London, Paris and Tokyo, presented in discrete digital and analogue forms. Jason Evans is preoccupied with the tradition of street photography as an aesthetically colonized form, with precedents resilient to re-interpretation; he says, “Sometimes you visit a place and it looks exactly as you expected it to. Like it does in pictures or on TV or at the movies. It’s like a feeling of nostalgia for something you’ve never known.”

NYLPT is a result of Evans’s compulsive visual collecting alongside an informed and intuitive focus that frames reoccurring motifs in a process-driven work. Evans invests in chance, luck and persistence, randomly layering exposures on film in camera; what emerges are delightful surprises – the reward for not thinking too much – and a visual thinking matter that is both familiar and strange.

Jason Evans (b. 1968) is the author of several online sites including The New Scent and The Daily Nice.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com