Nothing says Christmas like a snowy cemetery, right? As a goth at heart, I couldn’t resist sharing this article on Highgate Cemetery for the January 2016 edition of Livingetc to wish all my readers a Merry Christmas!
Read it here: Jonathan R Jones – Highgate Cemetery – Living Etc
And by way of a review, and in a slightly self-indulgent frame of mind, here are some of the projects I’ve enjoyed most in 2015…
In March I stayed at Paddocks House in Cambridgeshire and wrote this review for Vada Magazine. One of my highlights of the year was the Phyllida Barlow exhibition at Tate Britain, which I reviewed for Sculpture Magazine in April. The tribute to art dealer Robert Fraser at Pace London was another standout show – read my review for the June edition of Modern Painters here. I loved artist Cornelia Parker’s witty take on the Magna Carta in its 800th anniversary year and wrote this piece for COVER Magazine in July. In September I published my first piece for Livingetc magazine in which I was pleased to celebrate Peckham Library. Last but not least, I was delighted to be asked to write the catalogue essay for artist Stuart Semple’s first show with the Fabien Castanier Gallery in LA’s Culver City, which opened in October – read more and download the catalogue here.
The photo is courtesy of Alexis Hall. If you’re of a queer romance persuasion be sure to check out his site at www.quicunquevult.com.