John Jones News

Hermes Lucas photography exhibition at Myriam Boualgal Galerie, Paris 12 November

Photographer and John Jones client, Hermes Lucas is showing works at a group photography show, at Myriam Boualgal Galerie, Paris, during Paris Photo. Read more

GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS, VOL 3 at The Little Black Gallery until 3 December

John Jones were pleased to frame the iconic 'Kate Moss Descending' by Mike Figgis, for The Little Black Gallery, as part of GIRLS. GIRLS. GIRLS. VOL 3 and the Bamford Pop-Up at Daylesford Organic Farm in October 2016. Read more

Paris Photo, 10th - 13th November, 2016

This year marks the 20th edition of Paris Photo, the international art fair dedicated to the photographic medium, an key rendez-vous for dealers, collectors, curators, artists and art aficionados. Read more

Tips from our Conservator - Blog, Care4Art: Do artworks need to breathe?

Read the latest installment from our conservator Craig Horsfall on exhibiting works of art on paper. Read more

Watch a video tour of The Arts Building for PushFIESTA

On Thursday 27th October, we opened up The Arts Building to welcome guests from the worlds of design, fashion, art and lifestyle for PushFIESTA, an immersive event organised by Push PR. This included tours of John Jones framing design studio, led by company Chairman, Matthew Jones. Read more

Tips from our Conservator - Blog, Care 4 Art: Frame essentials for work on paper

Our Conservator, Craig Horsfall writes an insightful blog on the care of art, from a conservation perspective. This month the feature is on Frame essentials for works on paper: Read more

Gavin Turk, Who What When How and Why. 23 November at Newport Street Gallery

Newport Street Gallery will host the first major solo exhibition of work by British artist Gavin Turk since 2002 (opens 23rd November 2016). Read more

Araki at Hamiltons Gallery 27 September - 22 November

Hamiltons Gallery present Araki's solo show this September - 22nd November 2016. Nobuyoshi Araki, one of Japan’s most renowned photographers, and perhaps the most controversial, is recognised internationally for his prolific output and the erotic content of his photographs, which blur the lines between art and pornography. Read more