Jason Evans – ‘Culture is Everything That We Do’ | TateShots


In this film photographer Jason Evans explains how he found a new source of inspiration in the same area of Pegwell Bay which featured in William Dyce’s 200 year old painting currently on display in Tate Britain.

Jason Evans (born 1968) is a Welsh photographer and lecturer on photography. His best known work is Strictly, a series of portraits of young black men dressed as “country gents” made in collaboration with stylist Simon Foxton, and which were acquired for the permanent collection of the Tate Gallery, in 2004.

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