Allen Jones (born 1 September 1937) is a British pop artist best known for his paintings, sculptures, and lithography. He was awarded the Prix des Jeunes Artistes at the 1963 Paris Biennale. He is a Senior Academician at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Jones has taught at the Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg, the University of South Florida, the University of California, the Banff Center School of Fine Arts in Canada, and the Berlin University of the Arts. His works reside in a number of collections; including the Tate, the Museum Ludwig, the Warwick Arts Centre and the Hirshhorn Museum. His best known work Hatstand, Table and Chair, involving fibreglass "fetish" mannequins, debuted to protests in 1970.
Film and audio
InterviewAllen Jones recalls his friendship with Roy Lichtenstein – and describes how the American artist inspired his work
TateShotsThe London based artist talks about his sculptures that, as he puts it, 'were very much made to offend the …
Tate EtcLichtenstein: A Retrospective at Tate Modern III
Tate EtcGlam! The Performance of Style at Tate Liverpool
Art TermPop art is an art movement that emerged in the 1950s and flourished in the 1960s in America and Britain, …