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Review: Frederick Evans Exhibit at the Getty

Posted By Administration, Friday, February 19, 2010
Updated: Thursday, December 19, 2013

Frederick Evans had an impeccable instinct for form. His platinum prints -- whether portraits, landscapes or studies of architecture -- are pristine, tonally rich and consistently beautiful.


Yet Evans valued information at least as much as inspiration (the Getty Museum show's slightly stiff title, "A Record of Emotion," perhaps alludes to this). He favored respectful distance over raw intimacy. When he did venture into that most personal terrain -- pure encounter with place, person or the spiritual self -- he produced some of the most profoundly moving photographs in the history of the medium.

Read the complete review in The Los Angeles Times.

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