Marie-Louise Jones is a London-based artist and current MA Fine Art student at Central St Martins, she is recipient of the Mona Hatoum Scholarship 2020. Exhibitions include: Tate Modern (2020), Westminster Central Hall (2019), Museum of Contemporary Art Oaxaca [MACO] (2019). Selected as winning AER candidate for LabVerde Residency in the Amazon Rainforest (2021), she has received Arts Council England Awards (2018), and invited as Resident Artist for Dia Projects, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (2018).
AWARDS 2020 Mona Hatoum Bursary 2020 Winning Candidate for UAL AER Programme 2020 Shortlisted for residency, Banff Centre Canada 2018 Arts Council England Award, DYCP Bursary 2017 Arts Council England/Hackney Wicked bursary
RESIDENCIES 2021 LabVerde Residency Amazon Rainforest, Brazil 2018 Resident Artist Dia Projects, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 2018 Resident Artist, Atelier Austmarka, Norway 2017 Artist Residency, C.A.R. Cata Odata Gallery, Indonesia 2015 ALT+MFA Residency, Yinke Shonibare Guest Projects UK
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS 2020 Rugged Terrain The Koppel Project, London UK 2020 SALE Tate Exchange, Tate Modern, London UK 2019 Transitions: Seen Unseen Central Hall Westminster, London UK 2019 Empire II Museo de Arte Contemporaneo (MACO), Oaxaca, MX 2018 BOS2018 Space776 Gallery, New York USA 2018. Artist Talk Mothership NYC, New York USA 2017 C.A.R. BALI Cata Odata Gallery, Bali ID 2017 Structures of Being Republic Gallery, London UK 2017 Inside Out Curated by Gavin Turk & Anna Maloney, Here East, London UK 2017 Empire II (satellite show during 57th Venice Biennale) 1610A Castello, Venice IT 2017 Camaradas In association with the Embassy of Mexico, London UK 2016 London City Island in association with Ballymore, London UK 2016 Building Bridges sculpture installed inside Tower Bridge, London UK 2015 I Am Ready For You, Darling, Geddes Gallery, London UK 2015 Chinese Open Curated by Cedric Christie/Vanya Balogh, Q Park, London UK
PRESS Art Verge Feature & Interview, April 2021 [read here] Sculptors on Sculpture Issue 19, January 2021, [read here]