Patricia Evans is a photographer based in Chicago. In recent years, she has documented the construction of Chicago’s Millennium Park and the final years of high-rise public housing.
She has exhibited and published widely. Her work includes a photo essay on Gypsy families in France, a series of portraits of mothers and daughters, and a study of storefront churches on the South Side of Chicago. Her series on sexual assault, an installation of twenty-five photographs, is in the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Photography.