John Jones Project Space

John Jones Project Space
The Arts Building, Morris Place
Finsbury Park
London
N4 3JG
England

Website

www.johnjones.co.uk/project-space/

E-mail

info@johnjones.co.uk

Telephone

020 7281 5439

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The John Jones Project Space is a not-for-profit art space based in Finsbury Park, London. Dedicated to the presentation and understanding of contemporary art, we aim to deliver an ambitious international programme of exhibitions, events and community outreach activities.

Our focus is on emerging and mid-career artists which means that we often provide the first solo exhibitions of an artist’s work in London.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

Tue-Fri 11-6, Sat 10-3

Admission charges

Free Admission.

Getting there

Finsbury Park Underground: Victoria and Piccadilly line.
Finsbury Park Bus Station: 4, 19, 29, 106, 153, 210, 236, 253, 254, 259, W3, W7.

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Image of Habba video animation

Younes Rahmoun: Habba - Zahra

  • 13 March — 2 May 2015 *on now

John Jones Project Space is pleased to present a solo exhibition of works by Younès Rahmoun, one of Morocco’s most regarded contemporary artists. Winner of the 2014 John Jones Art on Paper Award at Art Dubai, Younès Rahmoun employs a wide range of media in an ongoing quest for spiritual universality.

Younès Rahmoun is best known for a body of work that combines his religious and spiritual beliefs with the everyday concerns of living within a global context. His work first came to attention in 1998 when he was invited to participate in The Disoriented Object at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris. By 2001, Rahmoun started working in a way that directly engages with his spiritual exploration, incorporating Sufi thought into his work as well as Oriental philosophy. This shift towards the spiritual is borne out of a personal search for meaning – a pursuit that has informed and enriched Rahmoun’s artistic output.

I do not distinguish ‘Younès the practicing Muslim’ and ‘Younès the artist’ – I am both. What I do is simply a reflection of myself. In my artistic work, I seek to discover myself and explain my own path of exploration. My work is the trace and the concrete result of that exploration. (Younès Rahmoun, 2007)

Suitable for

  • Any age

Getting there

Finsbury Park Underground: Victoria and Piccadilly line.
Finsbury Park Bus Station: 4, 19, 29, 106, 153, 210, 236, 253, 254, 259, W3, W7.

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