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GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
For Freedoms: Where Do We Go From Here, International Center of Photography Museum, New York, NY, February – April 2019
Sliced, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO, August – September 2017
As I Am, Huret & Spector Gallery, Boston, MA, May 2017
Undergraduate Photography Now, Flashpoint at Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA, May – June 2016
Boston Portfolio Walk, Flashpoint at Kayafas Gallery, Boston, MA, May 2016
Intercollegiate Student Exhibition, Photo Resource Center, Boston, MA, March – April 2016
Max Mutchnick Center Gallery, Emerson College, Boston, MA, August – December 2014; September 2016 – May 2017
Artists of Tomorrow, Water Gallery, Lansdale, PA, July – August 2013

PRESS, COLLABORATIONS, AWARDS:
International Center of Photography Museum, Freedom Quilt, February 2019
Museum of Modern Art, Freedom Quilt, Portraits Exhibited at the MoMA PopRally, December 2018
Pennsylvania State University: Artist-In-Residence, October 2018
Monument Lab Podcast, Ep. 1: “Hank Willis Thomas & For Freedoms,” October 2018
Fotoroom, “The Space Between Us — Evan Walsh’s Portraits Test the Expected Boundaries of Male Friendship,” September 2018
Shortlisted for Lucie Foundation's Emerging Artist Grant: Photo Made, August 2018
Aint–Bad, “The Space Between Us,” February 2018
Lenscratch, “Evan Blaise Walsh: The Space Between Us,” February 2018
Out Magazine, “The Queer Photographer Examining Male Intimacy in Trump’s America,” September 2017
Equinox, Boston Marathon, Boston, MA, April 2017
Study Breaks, “Photographer Evan Walsh Puts Masculinity Under The Microscope,” January 2017
VH1, Teyana Taylor, Mack Wilds, and Afton Williamson for The Breaks, January 2017
VH1, Viacom Media Networks: Social, episodic, and set photography for The Breaks, January 2017
Lenscratch, “Undergraduate Photography Now,” June 2016
Muse Publishers, Antrakt by Rupert Smith, Cover photograph, March 2016
The Berkeley Beacon, Photo Editor & Photographer, Op-Ed contributor, Copyeditor, 2013 – 2016
Em Magazine, “Now,” May 2015
Scholastic Press — PUSH, Anything Could Happen by Will Walton, Cover photograph, May 2015
Em Magazine, “Fractured Youth,” April 2015
Froth Magazine, “Artist Spotlight: Evan Walsh,” October 2014
Em Magazine, “Lies,” May 2014
StrBecaBooks, Out of the Pocket by Bill Konigsberg, Cover photograph, May 2014
EVVY Award for Outstanding Photography, for “Indigo Summer,” April 2014
Albin Michel Publishers, La Grecque Nuit by Pierre Vens, Cover photograph, April 2014
Archaic Press Magazine, Winter 2013 Issue
Em Magazine, “Americana,” December 2013
Random House, Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan, Cover photograph, May 2013
Entertainment Weekly, “Shelf Life,” Two Boys Kissing, March 2013
Lost Freedom Magazine, “Luminescence,” August 2013
Quiescent Magazine, “Inspiration,” August 2013
Grae Magazine, “#LAFG,” January 2013
Honorable Mention, Adobe Teen Photography Competition, 2011

FOR FREEDOMS COLLABORATIONS + PRESS:
International Center of Photography Museum, Curator/Producer, IT IS A MIRACLE THAT WE ARE STANDING HERE, March – April 2019
For Freedoms Digital Platform, Producer
Pennsylvania State University: Artist-In-Residence, October 2018
Photoville, Producer of Why We Speak: A Freedom of Speech Town Hall, September 2018
Aperture Foundation, "For Freedoms In Conversation with Evan Walsh, Janice Moynihan, and Charlotte Woolf," September 2018
Lightwork, Contact Sheet #198, September 2018
Lightwork, Assistant Curator of Be Strong and Do Not Betray Your Soul, Syracuse, NY, August – September 2018
Syracuse.com, "Be Strong and Do Not Betray Your Soul," August 2018
ArtNews, “Signs of the Times: Aiming to Install 50 Politically Incisive Billboards in 50 States, For Freedoms Group Sets Up Shop in New York,” July 2018
50 States, 50 Billboards, Project Manager & Copywriter for 52 Successful Kickstarter Campaigns, June – July 2018
Louisville Insider, “UofL’s Cressman Center to host provocative political contemporary art exhibit,” February 2018
New York University, Make America Great Again Lecture for Art Matters, February 2018
Lenscratch, “For Freedoms: On Borders,” December 2017