Walker Evans American Photographs at WVU Art Museum
Always Free to visit
The Walker Evans landmark solo installation will be located in the Upper Gallery of the WVU Art Museum
Advance tickets are required for all visitors. Book your free visit at https://artmuseum.wvu.edu/tickets. The Art Museum of WVU is the first venue on a national tour of an installation that celebrates photographer Walker Evans’ landmark solo exhibition at New York’s Museum of Modern Art in 1938.
Evans visited WV in 1935, documenting the effects of the Great Depression on Morgantown and the nearby mining community of Scotts Run and is today considered on of the most influential artists of the twentieth century.
Included in this reimagined exhibition are 60 photographs that portray American society through images of its individuals and social contexts along with photographs of Main streets, factory towns and other American cultural artifacts.
The Art Museum of WVU will be open 12:30pm-6:00pm Friday-Sunday. Ten (10) timed-entry tickets will be available each half-hour. The final entry time each day will be 5:00pm. If your preferred entry time is sold-out, you will have the opportunity to join a waitlist.
Once in the Art Museum of WVU, you will have access to all current exhibitions.
Details about current and upcoming exhibitions can be found at https://artmuseum.wvu.edu/.
Questions? Contact [email protected]
Art Museum of WVU
20 Fine Arts Drive, Morgantown, WV, USA