The John Jones Project Space is a not-for-profit art space based in Finsbury Park, London. Dedicated to the presentation and understanding of contemporary art, we aim to deliver an ambitious international programme of exhibitions, events and community outreach activities. Our focus is on emerging and mid-career artists which means that we often provide the first solo exhibitions of an artist’s work in London.
The John Jones Project Space was established in 2003 as a non-commercial exhibition space that aimed to support and showcase unrepresented artists. Our move into the new Arts Building has enabled us to increase the scope and ambition of our programme, both within our purpose-built Project Space and off-site where we will work closely with All Change and Islington Council to engage the local community. In addition to exhibitions, talks, screenings and performances, we will also host a residency of up to 6 months in our dedicated artist’s studio, while continuing to provide professional development workshops and artist awards in our longstanding aim to nurture young talent.
Supporting artists is at the core of what we do. At the John Jones Project Space we want to encourage artistic experimentation, providing a supportive environment for artists working across a diverse range of media. With an emphasis on process driven and collaborative practices, and the production of new work, John Jones Project Space offers a flexible space for the making and presentation of artwork.
All the exhibitions and events at John Jones Project Space are free and open to the public, which is made possible with the kind support of Arts Council England and Islington Council.
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For further information on how to submit a proposal, please see our Unsolicited Proposals Policy.