Joshua Evan


Learn more about the London-based photographer, video and sound artist Joshua Evan.


Joshua Evan is a London-based photographer and video artist whose work explores life in the 21st Century, the spaces that we inhabit and our complex relationships, with each other and our environment. With themes including identity, herd mentality, consumerism and deception, his work frames ephemeral connections, calling attention to the often overlooked elements that form our complex urban existence.


Born in Sydney, Australia. Lives and works in London, United Kingdom.


2016–2018 MFA Fine Art, Wimbledon College of Arts, University of the Arts London

Exhibitions, Shows & Screenings

Upcoming (see News for details):

2017 "One That Holds Everything", Crypt Gallery, London (group)


2017 "MicroActs 2 Short Film Night – Political Animals", ThoughtWorks, London

2017 "MicroActs 2 Short Film Night", Hotel Elephant Workspace, London

2017 "Run Presents Ill – Art/Therapy Room", Hart's Lane Studios, London (group)

2017 "Static", Stanley Picker Gallery, London (group)

2017 "Life in a Shoe Box", Back Room Gallery, London (group)

2016 "Summer Salon", Candid Arts Trust, London (group)

2016 "Summer Salon", Islington Arts Factory, London (group)

2015 "Art & Animation Films", Portobello Film Festival, London

2014 "Saatchi Screen", Saatchi Gallery, London

2013 "Fusion Artists Showing", The Baxter Gallery, KGS Performing Arts Centre, London (group)


2014 "Mein schwules Auge #11", Published by Konkursbuch Verlag, ISBN 978-3-88769-971-0 (pp 40–41)

Awards & Recognitions

2015 Nomination for Best Art & Animation Film "Consumption", Portobello Film Festival

Features & Press

2016 CreativPaper, "Consumption" (online)

2011 Shoot the Street (online)

2010 Ricoh GR Street Photographers (online)

Visiting Artist Lectures, Presentations & Critiques

2015 Special Lecturer, Undergraduate Critiques (BA HONS Graphic Design) "It’s a Digital Moment", Central Saint Martins, London

Curatorial Projects

2017 "The Exuberance of Youth", Lauderdale House, London, Co-curated with Antonis Sideras