Joss McKinley (born 1981, Oxford, England) is an artist living and working in New York.
In 2007 McKinley was in a group show entitled 'Between Today & Yesterday' at the Turnpike Gallery, Leigh, with contemporary photographers Idris Khan, Martin Parr, Hannah Starkey and Richard Billingham. He had his first solo show in London in early 2008 at the Exhibit Gallery in Clerkenwell, London. As one of the 30 short-listed artists for the 2008 Sovereign European Art Prize, his work was exhibited at Somerset House in October. A selection of his portraits has been acquired by the National Portrait Gallery, London, for their permanent collection.
McKinley also works on photographic commissions for various worldwide publications including The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Nowness and AnOther Magazine.
- Gathering Wool, Amsterdam 2012
- A New Romance, London 2009
- Saatchi Online Presents: 15 Artists from Saatchi Online, London. 2008
- The Sovereign European Art Prize, Somerset House, London. 2008
- The Moonlight Rooms & Other Works, EXHIBIT Gallery, London. 2008
- Terry O'Neill Award, UK Tour. 2007
- Between Today & Yesterday, Turnpike Gallery, Leigh, England. 2007
- FOAM Museum, Amsterdam
- University of the Arts Collection, London
- National Portrait Gallery, London
Awards and prizes
- The Sovereign European Art Prize 2008 – Short-listed by: Jarvis Cocker, Tim Marlow, Sir Peter Blake and Alan Yentob.
- The Terry O'Neill Award 2007 – Short-listed
- "The Sovereign Art Foundation". The Sovereign Art Foundation. Retrieved 2013-10-14.
- "National Portrait Gallery - Person - Joss McKinley". Npg.org.uk. Retrieved 2013-10-14.
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