Archive for February 2015

V&A #MyHorstPhoto photography competition winners receive £500 of framing at John Jones

V&A #MyHorstPhoto photography competition winners receive £500 of framing at John Jones

In 2014, John Jones were delighted to have worked with a private collector to frame over 100 pieces of their collection for a special loan to the Victoria and Albert Museum, for the Horst P. Horst fashion photography retrospective.To celebrate the launch of the exhibition we teamed up with the V&A for the photography competition #MyHorstPhoto. Read more

John Jones framing for Sebastiaan Bremer’s Σπήλαιο (Spilaio) exhibit at Hales Gallery

John Jones framing for Sebastiaan Bremer’s Σπήλαιο (Spilaio) exhibit at Hales Gallery

On 2nd February 2015, Hales Gallery launched Σπήλαιο (Spilaio), its fourth solo exhibition with Dutch-born, New York-based artist Sebastiaan Bremer. The exhibition, taking its title from the Greek word Σπήλαιο (spilaio), meaning “cave”, comes to life through an amalgamation of various elements, objects and media combined to create a single large-scale installation occupying the entire space of the gallery. Read more

Atom Gallery showcases all-female exhibition Disturbance 28 February – 8 March

Atom Gallery showcases all-female exhibition Disturbance 28 February – 8 March

Disturbance is an all-female exhibition set to open at Finsbury Park’s new Atom Gallery from 28th February – 8th March, curated and organised by Paula MacArthur and Wendy Saunders. Disturbance draws together work from nine artists using different media: sculpture, video, photography, installation, painting, text and performance. The artists take conventional objects or images and disrupt them. Read more

Charles March exhibits Abstract and Intentional at Hamiltons Gallery until 14 February

Charles March exhibits Abstract and Intentional at Hamiltons Gallery until 14 February

John Jones was delighted to dry mount and frame March’s photographs for this exhibition. Our Design Consultants chose to dry mount the photographs onto inert aluminium with an acid free paper lining to create a smooth image surface. They displayed the works in a minimal poplar wood profile, sprayed in a heritage white finish, and glazed in Perspex which protects against damaging ultra violet light rays. The frames were fitted with museum additions to prevent acid migrating into the photographs over time. Read more

Top Tips for Collectors

Top Tips for Collectors

John Jones is a global centre of excellence in the preservation and presentation of fine art. Established in north London during the 1960s we have developed an international reputation for the commitment to the care of art and have become the trusted partner to some of the world’s most prestigious institutions and collectors. We advise collectors to follow these top tips to prolong the longevity of their collection: Read more