Recently, Bulthaup Toronto unveiled its latest attraction: Past/Presence, an exhibition of images taken by Toronto photographer Steven Evans between 1985 and 2012.
About the exhibition:
Past/Presence is selected from disparate portfolios, the photographs focus on transitional moments in the life of Toronto architecture. From construction to abandonment, Evans’ quiet views evoke the past, inspiring the viewer to imagine the purpose of the spaces and the lives of the people who built and inhabited them. Each image is powerfully rendered by Evans’ exceptional ability to capture stillness and light.
About Steven Evans:
Steven Evans began his career in Toronto in 1985, where he has been a photographer for over 20 years. Evans has a BAA and MA in photography and has taught and lectured at Ryerson Polytechnic University. His photographic art work has been widely exhibited and published throughout Canada, the U.S. and Europe, and can been found in public, private and corporate collections. He has received Ontario Arts Council and Canada Council Grants among other honours, including two National Magazine Awards. Evans has worked for many of Canada’s top design firms and his accomplishments can be found in many magazines published nationally and internationally. Steven Evans is represented by Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts.
Past/Presence runs at Bulthaup Toronto (280 King St E., Suite 100) through Dec. 19.