Anthony Jones (photographer)

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For another photographer named Anthony Jones, see Tony Ray-Jones (1941–72)

Anthony Jones (born 1962 in London) is an English photographer known for his black and white photos of the urban environment.

Jones was born in London, but moved to East Anglia during his childhood. He uses a Hasselblad medium format camera to make black and white, square, silver-gelatin prints of London and the Art Deco masterpiece, Battersea Power Station. His work has been exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum and photo galleries, published in photography magazines, and licensed by the Corbis stock photography library.[citation needed] Jones' self-portrait has been exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

His work has been widely exhibited and features in many corporate and private collections including Newland Stockbrokers, Alliance Bernstein, Prentis, Donegan and Partners, Jonathan Alexander, London, AXA (Sun Life & Provisional Holdings), Gensler Alliance Capita, The London Furnishing Company, Aon Insurance, Oliver Jordan, Price Forbes.

His work is part of a six month group exhibition at the Fox Talbot Museum, Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire.


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