Eve Fowler portrays androgynous sitters including lesbians and transgender subjects who belong to her own social circle. The tension between the unflinching photographic description and the ambiguous appearance of her subjects drives her project. The work oscillates between a documentary impulse and more conceptual gestures. For example, in the Black Photographs, Fowler overexposes her intimate photographs to full black in order to avoid the sexual objectification of her subjects by the viewer. Fowler received her MFA in photography from Yale University in 1992 and previously studied journalism at Temple University. Her work has been shown in solo exhibitions at Tom Solomon, Julie Saul Gallery, and White Columns.