Joshua Evan


Joshua Evan is a London-based photographer specialising in urban photography, street photography and alternative photographic techniques.

Joshua Evan is a London-based photographer who specialises in urban photography, street photography and alternative photographic techniques such as intentional camera movement. He is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Curious Frame Magazine. Available for commissions, collaborations and other interesting opportunities.



Joshua Evan
Born 1970 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 Events for details):

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

2017 "Static", Stanley Picker 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)

Artists' Books

2017 "Fei Fei"


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

Professional Experience

2017 – Present Co-founder & Editor-in-Chief, Curious Frame Magazine

1997 – 2000 Assistant Gallery Coordinator, Swan Fine Art Pty Ltd, Sydney

1993 – 1996 Gallery Coordinator, Davies & King, Sydney


The Royal Photographic Society

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