Jann Haworth is among the determinative pop artists, whose wit and material sensitivity contributes towards her artistic individuality. Haworth is recognised as an advocate for female representation in the art world and uses innovative mediums to reimagine contemporary craft and culture. A pioneer in soft sculpture, Haworth has extended the reach of what had been deemed craft for aones into the realms of fine art.

Born in Hollywood California, Haworth is closely associated with the 60's pop art movement in the UK. Her work is in permanent collections of Tate Britain in London, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Sintra Museum of Modern Art de Belem, Lisbon and Le Delta Museum, Namur. Recent museum acquisitions include the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, mumok, Vienna, Moderna Museet Stockholm, and the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, Utah.