Evvy Eisen (photo by Murray Rockowitz)

Evvy Eisen

I was born and educated in New York City and live and work as a photographer in the San Francisco Bay area. I specialize in environmental portraits, often photographing people involved in socially relevant issues. I work in a classic portrait tradition utilizing black and white film, a medium format camera, and natural light. I do all darkroom work, creating individual, fine art silver gelatin prints.

My work is in museum and private collections and has been exhibited in the United States and Europe.

Permanent Collections
Holocaust Memorial Museum – Washington, DC 
Museum of Tolerance – Simon Wiesenthal Center – Los Angeles, CA
Mémorial de la Shoah – Paris, France
RATP Corporate Collection – Paris, France
California Historical Society – San Francisco, CA

Selected Exhibits

2019              Alliance Française, San Francisco, CA
                       The Highground Veterans Memorial Park, Neillsville, WI
                       Palm Springs Air Museum, Palm Springs, CA
2007-19        Multiply by Six Million – Ongoing Exhibit Tour by Exhibit Envoy
2018              Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, MA
2013-14         Maison de la RATP, Paris
                       Gallerie du Luxembourg, Mairie du 6th Arrondisement, Paris
2012              California Historical Society, San Francisco
2005              Companion exhibit – Michael Kenna: Impossible to Forget
                       de Saisset Museum – Santa Clara University
                       Chapman University – Orange, CA
2003              Stanford University Art Gallery, Stanford CA
2002              Alliance Française – San Francisco, CA

Grants and Corporate Support
National Endowment for the Humanities
Koret Foundation
California Council for the Humanities
Jewish Community Endowment Fund

Film and Television
Documentary Short Film – Multiply by Six Million – Portraits and Stories of Holocaust Survivors
Premiered on the Sundance Channel
View Film Here