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Eversley's four works with Cirrus articulate the artist's longstanding interest in the concentration of solar energy in parabolic form, for the first time in print. A NASA engineer who left the field to practice art in 1967, Eversley constructed centrifuges and casting equipment from used aerospace components, spinning these giant multi-hued fish-eye lenses from colored acrylic. 

Eversley was recognized in a solo show at the Whitney Museum in 1970. He was included in Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power, at Tate Modern, the Brooklyn Museum, and Crystal Bridges, and his work is collected by MOMA, NY, LACMA, the Whitney Museum, and the Guggenheim.


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