Reece Jones

Manifest Redacted

2017

Charcoal and polymer varnish on archival conservation board, 64 x 84cm

Framed

Out of stock

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Start auction£1,500

Reece Jones ( b. 1976, Botswana) lives and works in London and studied at the Royal Academy Schools. Jones explores notions of truth, representation and actuality by composing invented drawings which follow particular processes of erasure and re-definition. His sources and references include cinema, land art, the American Sublime and ‘evidence’ of wild mythical beasts. He is a lecturer in Fine Art at City & Guilds of London Art School and recently curated The Hair of the Dog at Block 336, Brixton and Terminalia at Charlie Smith London. Jones was also one of the founding members of Rockwell, a project space in Hackney from 2002-2007.

Selected solo exhibitions include: All Visual Arts – London, Triumph Gallery – Moscow, Simon Dickinson – London, Andrew Mummery Gallery – London; and Rockwell, London.

Group exhibitions include: Lubomirov / Angus Hughes, London. The Agency, London. Saatchi Gallery, London. Voorkamer, Belgium. Charlie Smith, London. Paper, Manchester. The Future Can Wait & Saatchi’s New Sensations – London. Lion & Lamb, London. Stephane Simoens, Belgium. Torrance Art Museum, California. All Visual Arts, London. Paul Stolper, London. Herrick Gallery, London. Drawing Room London. Apex, Portsmouth & Fruehsorge Contemporary Drawings, Berlin.

Reece is currently featured in We Came Here To Conquer at Norwich Castle Museum.