Anthony Jones is a fine art photographer specialising
in black and white silver gelatin prints of the urban environment.
His work follows a very classical approach and his
influences come from the likes of Paul Strand and Berenice Abbott.
Though many of his black and white photographs were
taken in the city of London, they are about the spirit of a place,
not the geographical location itself. The aim being to convey
a sense of mystery about the figures and to question their purpose.
His work has been published in the British Journal
of Photography, Victoria and Albert Museum Magazine, widely exhibited
and features in many corporate and private collections.
The photographs on the left are available for
sale (subject to availability) and enquiries should be made by
email to email@example.com.
"You seem to be one of the
last artists working in the classic modernist mode, and analogue
to boot! Your influences are also apparent, although I noticed
that you didn't include Bill Brandt which I also see hints of
in your work." MORE
Roger Watson, curator, Fox Talbot Museum,
"it was a real pleasure to see the
sheer image quality of Anthony's black & white printing."
Brian Sharland, editor