Evan Holloway, ‘Arrangement Of Ten’, 2013, Xavier Hufkens
Evan Holloway, ‘Arrangement Of Ten’, 2013, Xavier Hufkens
Evan Holloway, ‘Arrangement Of Ten’, 2013, Xavier Hufkens
Evan Holloway, ‘Arrangement Of Ten’, 2013, Xavier Hufkens

About Evan Holloway

Evan Holloway’s idiosyncratic sculptural installations are emphatically low-tech; in fact, he coined the term “analog counterrevolution” to describe his strategy. Self-amused but serious nonetheless, Holloway combines ready-made materials like light bulbs, batteries, barbed wire, and baby dolls with traditional sculpture media such as beams, posts, and steel. Combining a casual aesthetic with titles such as Reverse Grey Scale (2008), Form vs. Content (2006), and Asymmetry Demonstration (2006), Holloway reveals a skeptical, irreverent attitude toward contemporary theory and the history of art.

American, b. 1967, La Miranda, California, based in Los Angeles, California

Solo Shows on Artsy

2014
Evan Holloway: California Ras Shamra, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels