Founded in 2004 in London, Alison Jacques has long-since established an international reputation for its curatorially led approach to exhibition-making and its pioneering work with both under-acknowledged artists and contemporary artists alike.
These include Maria Bartuszová, Lygia Clark, the Gee’s Bend Quiltmakers, Birgit Jürgenssen, Nicola L., Ana Mendieta, Roy Oxlade, Betty Parsons, Carol Rhodes, Dorothea Tanning, Lenore Tawney and Hannah Wilke. Photographers include Gordon Parks and Robert Mapplethorpe, the Estate of whom the gallery has represented in the UK since 1999.
In addition, Alison Jacques represents major international contemporary artists such as Sophie Barber, Dan Fischer, Fernanda Gomes, Sheila Hicks, Ian Kiaer, Takuro Kuwata, Graham Little, Erika Verzutti, Alessandro Raho, Veronica Ryan and Michelle Stuart. In recent years, the gallery has staged landmark exhibitions of work by Tawney, Barber, Hicks, Rhodes, Verzutti and Parks, as well as online shows from such figures as Parsons and the Freedom Quilting Bee.