Bill Jones, Les Crimes de L’Amour, 1978. Color and black and white photographs, 16 x 480 inches (detail triptych 3). Collection The Art Bank.

BILL JONES is an artist and performer who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.  Jones was a seminal figure in the Vancouver School of conceptual photography, along with such artists as Rodney Graham, Ian Wallace and Jeff Wall.

Jones’ work has been shown widely in the US and internationally, including a mid-career retrospective, Bill Jones: 10 Years of Multiple-Image Narratives, at the International Center of Photography; Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany; Art Gallery of Ontario, Vancouver Art Gallery, PS1 Contemporary Art Center; The Brooklyn Museum; The Jewish Museum, NY; Rotunda Gallery; Sandra Gering Gallery, NY; Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, NY; Amy Lipton Gallery, NY; White Columns, NY; San Francisco MOMA; The High Museum, Atlanta; The Milwaukee Art Center; Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris; Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK.

Resume of selected exhibitions

See also http://bill-jones.com


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