Ittner and Evans – artcurrent Provincetown

Posted on Sep 11, 2013

Dates: September 13 – 23, 2013

Opening: Friday September 13th from 6 to 9 p.m.


Encaustic Collage by Marty Ittner

“The encaustic medium encourages flexibility, texture and the ability to embed a variety of materials. I like to combine the control of screenprinting papers with the randomness of cutting those papers into free form shapes and juxtaposing vintage ephemera. I don’t start with a preconceived idea of how a collage will turn out. The shapes come out of my hand, and the colors are what I like. As a graphic designer used to controlling outcomes, I am both frightened and thrilled with the artistic practice of letting go.”


Silkies of Madacgascar by David Evans

A National Geographic photographer and former Creative Director of National Geographic Television, where he played a key role in the launch of the National Geographic Channel, David Evans has been recognized with multiple awards for his work as a filmmaker, photographer, and creative director.

In addition to his work for National Geographic, Evans travels the globe for organizations that include Discovery Channel, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the United Nations Foundation.

Among his most memorable assignments have been documenting the United Nations’ response to the immediate aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, numerous occasions as Bill and Melinda Gates’ exclusive photographer, covering United Nations programs to fight child marriage in Ethiopia, and directing the 2011 documentary, “A New Picture of Health,” narrated by Jane Goodall. Filmed in Ethiopia, Rwanda and Indonesia, the film won three Telly Awards.