Evah Fan

Sep 19, 2012

San Francisco

Fan’s delicate gouache paintings are narrative, poetical and minimalistic and sometimes puzzling. Her sparse and colorful compositions contain elements of nonsense, mystery, and whimsy. Fan tackles mundane objects and figures in negative planes throwing in elements of parody and irony that address a certain naïve humor. Her subject matter often mines historical details from Victorian and Egyptian eras.

For What Have You Evah Fan increases the size of her works, using color blocks to highlight what might happen in the everyday indoor scenarios. The works contemplate windows and aspects of openings in a closed space. She also incorporates collaged elements and figures collected from her personal archives which are then arranged on a flat plane.

Evah Fan

Park Life

August 31st – September 30th, 2012
220 Clement Street
San Francisco, CA 94118