Imprint:Black Dog Press
Dimensions:11.8in x 9 in | 600 gr
Page Count:64 pages
A pioneer of the Pop Movement, Jones's many accolades include representing the UK at the Paris Biennale in 1963, where he received the Prix des Jeunes Artistes, and being elected a Royal Academician in 1986. There have been several prominent solo exhibitions of his work over the past 55 years, including: the 1978/79 painting and sculpture retrospective of his work at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool and the Serpentine Gallery, London; the 1995 retrospective of his complete graphic works at the Barbican Art Gallery in London, which for three years toured the world under the auspices of the British Council; and the 2007/8 shows where Jones's work was exhibited simultaneously at Tate Britain and The Royal Academy of Arts. To mark the artist's 75th birthday in 2012, a large, retrospective exhibition entitled Off the Wall, featuring sculptures, paintings, prints and drawings, toured through Europe, going on to tour venues in South America in 2015. In addition, a 2014/15 Royal Academy of Arts retrospective presented his work on thematic lines. Alongside his paintings and sculptures, which are held by many of the world's most revered art institutions, Jones has worked on large-scale commissions for a host of prestigious organizations and architects. These include mural projects in Basle, Zurich and London, and monumental sculptures in London, Hong Kong, Shanghai and China for the likes of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Yuzi Paradise Sculpture Park and Allen & Overy.
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