OCULAR

INTERVIEW | FRED EVERSLEY

by Peggy Loar
Ocular, Summer Quarter, 1980
Vol. 5, No. 2

He lives and works in a beautiful Venice, California studio—formerly 3000 square feet of laundromat which he converted. He is intelligent, articulate, approachable ...

 

ART IN AMERICA

BLACK ART IN AMERICA

by Barbara Rose
Art in America, September / October, 1970

What is black art? For some, "black art" refers to a specific subject matter or content relating to the black experience. Others define it as a rejection of the forms of European art in favor of primitive African forms. In researching this article, I found ...

 

ART IN AMERICA

FRED EVERSLEY REVIEW

by Kirsten Swenson
Art in America, June 1, 2017

When I visited this exhibition of thirteen works by Fred Eversley, the black, white, and gray polyester resin and acrylic sculptures that serve as the show's focus reflected the New England winter sun with scintillating brilliance. Made between 1974 and 1980 ...