JANN HAWORTH

Biography

Jann Haworth (B. 1942, California, USA) is closely associated with the 60’s Pop Art Movement in Great Britain. A pioneer of soft sculpture, she is also well-known as the co-creator of The Beatles‘ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover.

Born in Hollywood California, she attended North Hollywood High, UCLA before leaving for Europe to complete her education at The Slade School of Fine Art in London. She also studied Art History at The Courtauld Institute London and lived in the UK for 30 years holding both U.S. and U.K. citizenships. She now lives and works in Salt Lake City and Sundance UT and is the Creative Director of The Leonardo Museum SLC. Her work has been exhibited in major museums around the world and is included in the permanent collections of institutions such as Tate Modern, the Walker Art Center, and the Smithsonian Institution amongs others.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017, Emmanuel Gallery University of Colorado, Denver
2017, Modern West Fine Art, Salt Lake City
2016, Art Paris, Grand Palais, France
2016, Galerie du Centre, Paris
2015, Modern West Fine Art, Salt Lake City, Utah
2013, MOA Museum BYU, Utah
2012, Galerie du Centre, Paris
2009, Wolverhampton Art Gallery October 09 –April 2010
2009, Salt Lake City Library Moshe Safdie Gallery
2008, Galerie du Centre Paris
2006, James Mayor London
2000, Sundance Screening Room, Utah
1995, Gimpel Fils Gallery, London
1993, Gimpel Fils Gallery, London
1974, Waddington Galleries, London
1972, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
1971, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York City
1969, Robert Fraser Gallery, London
1968, Studio Marconi, Milan
1966, Gallerie 20, Amsterdam
1966, Robert Fraser Gallery, London

GROUP EXHIBITIONS (selection)

2019, Robert’s Fraser Groovy Arts Club Band, Gazelli Art House, London, UK
2018, Pop Art, Pallant House, Chichester, England
2016, This was Tomorrow, Pop Art Wolfsburg, Germany
2015, International POP, Walker Art Center,
2015, International POP, Dallas Museum of Art,TX
2015, POP Impact! Namur, Belgium
2013, POP and Design Traveling show to Lousianna Museum
2013, Denmark, Moderna Museet Stockholm, Barbican London
2013, The Pop Object, Acquevella Gallery New York
2013, London 60’s Show Christies, London
2012, Pop Art in Europa Museum het Valkhof, Nijmegen
2010/11, The Brooklyn Museum NewYork / Tufts Boston, ‘Seductive Subersives
2010, The Bristol Gallery, West Meets West, Bristol UK
2010, Hyper-Realism, MUMOK Vienna, Budapest and Germany
2010, POWER UP’ Kunsthalle, Vienna and Hamburg
2010, Film and Pop’, Wolverhampton Museum, Pop Gallery
2010, Maison Rouge, Paris: ‘Varoum!’ Comic Art May -Sept
2010, L’Art Pas Dollar, Galerie du Centre Paris
2009, Pop Artists of the 60’s James Mayor, London
2007/8, Pop Art 1956-1968 Rome Scuderie del Quirinale
2007, Pop Art, Wolverhampton Museum of Art
2007, Utah Artists Salt Lake Art Center Post Modern Utah
2006, British Pop: Museo del Bellas Arte de Bilbao
2005, Salt Lake Art Center: ‘The Daily News’
2005, ‘Art and The 60’s, Tate Great Britain London
2004, ‘Pop Art UK’, Galleria Civica di Modena, Modena, Italy
1996, London Art Fair, Gimpel Fils
1994, Worlds in a Box, Whitechapel, London
1993, Four Arts in Performance, Crafts Council London and touring
1993, Reflet Restitution, Abbaye St. Andre, France
1993, Art in Boxes, Jane England and Co., London
1993, Arts in Performance, Crafts Council touring exhibition
1993, Group show Royal Academy of Arts Summer Show, London
1975, British Sculpture and Objects, Kinsman, Morrison Gallery
1975, Royal Academy of Arts Summer Show, London
1970, Figure Environments, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis.
1970, Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio, and Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Texas
1970, Pop Art 1970 Mayfair Gallery
1969, Obsessive Eye, touring Show, USA
1968, Obsessive Image, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
1968, Royal Academy of Arts Summer Show, London
1968, Pop Art, Hayward Gallery, London
1968, Edinburgh 400 , Edinburgh Scotland
1967, I Tempo dell’imagine, Commune di Bologne Ente
1967, Manifestazione Artistche, Bologna
1963, Young Contemporaries, London
1963, Four Young Artists, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

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