Books Margaret and I
|Name Albert Lunt|
|Education Rochester Institute of Technology|
Evergon 1997 in the canary islands
Evergon (aka Celluloso Evergoni, Egon Brut, Eve R. Gonzales) is a Canadian artist.
He was born Albert Lunt in 1946 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. He studied at the Rochester Institute of Technology in the early 1970s. Throughout his career his work has used the medium of photography and photo-collage.
Major themes in his work include personal sexuality, gender construction, aging, and body image. His work frequently includes art historical references and questions accepted interpretation of certain canonical art. He was among the artists of the 1960s and 1970s who reacted against of the conventions of studio photography established through the post-World War II period. He has had over a thousand shows in Canada and internationally.
Evergon currently lives and works in Montreal and teaches at Concordia University.