Surveillance was not the artwork

Neil Evans was born in 1951. He dropped out of the National Art School in 1969 with malnutrition and scurvy, and began a short but brilliant career as a controversial conceptual artist. Now a painter represented by Watters Gallery, he has been a finalist in two Archibald, two Sulman and one Wynne Prize.

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