Cécile B. Evans


Cécile B. Evans is an American-Belgian artist living and working in London. Evans’ work examines the value of emotion and its rebellion as it comes into contact with ideological, physical, and technological structures. They have recently completed a major new commission for the Ulsan Art Museum (KOR), after having been on a residency with the National Ballet of Marseille in collaboration with the Kistefos Museum (NO) and exhibited a new installation commission at Centre Pompidou Paris (FR), all part of an ongoing adaptation of the Industrial Era ballet Giselle. 

Recent selected solo exhibitions include Tramway (UK), Tate Liverpool (UK), Castello di Rivoli (IT), 49 Nord 6 Est – Frac Lorraine (FR), Museum Abteiberg (DE), Chateau Shatto (US), Museo Madre (IT), mumok Vienna (AT), Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna (AT), Kunsthalle Aarhus (DK), M Museum Leuven (BE), De Hallen Haarlem (NL), and Serpentine Galleries (UK). 

Evans’ films have been screened in festivals such as the New York Film Festival and Rotterdam International. Public collections include The Museum of Modern Art, New York (US), The Rubell Family Collection, Miami (US),  Whitney Museum of American Art (US), De Haallen (NL), Castello di Rivoli, Turin (IT), Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen (DK), and FRAC Auvergne (FR)