Zebedee Jones British, b. 1970

Jones’s work is found in the collections of top museums including the Tate, The National Galleries of Scotland and the Arts Council of Great Britain Collection. The artist holds his MA, Honours, Chelsea College of Art & Design, and BA, Honours, Fine Art, Norwich School of Art. 


Solo exhibitions include: Agnew’s Gallery, London, 2011; Mummery + Schnelle Gallery, London, 2008; Slewe, Amsterdam 2001, 2004, 2007; Danese, New York, 2002 and 2005; New Art Centre Sculpture Park and Gallery, Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK, 2003; Hester van Roijen, London, 2001; Foundation B.A.D., Rotterdam, 2000; Waddington Galleries,1998,1997; London; Karsten Schubert, London, 1996; 


Select Group Shows: 

Cool Calm Collected, Danese, New York, 2012

Gray to Black, Danese, New York, 2006; Black/White, Danese, New York, 2003

Abstraction, Cook Fine Art, New York, 2004

Focus: London (Lisa Milroy, Zebedee Jones, Peter Michael Davis), Galerie Lelong, Zurich, Switzerland, 2002

Zebedee Jones and Mark Sheinkman, Houldsworth, London, England, 2002

At Sea, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, England, 2001; British Abstract Painting 2001, Angela Flowers Gallery, London, 2001

Passion, Gasworks, London, 2000

Visione Britannica III: l’Essenza e l’Effimero (Thomas Joshua Cooper, Andy Goldsworthy, Zebedee Jones, Brad Lochore), Valentina Moncada, Rome, 2000

Elegant Austerity, Waddington Galleries, London, 1998

Foundations for Fame (Stephen Farthing, Denzil Forrester, Nicola Hicks, Zebedee Jones, Mike Leigh, Ray Markey, Julian Opie, Ben Panting), The London Institute Gallery, London, 1997

Ace! Arts Council Collection New Purchases, (traveled: Hatton Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne; Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston; Oldham Art Gallery; Hayward Gallery, London; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield; Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham; Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast; Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol), 1996

Mostly Monochrome (Fergus Feehily, Edwina Leapman, Marcia Hafif, Zebedee Jones, William Turnbull, Günter Umberg, Maria Lalic), Green on Red Gallery, Dublin,1996

Real Art: A New Modernism (Torie Begg, Clem Crosby, Ian Davenport, Peter Davis, Jason Martin), Leeds City Art Gallery, 1996

6 British Reflexive Painters in the 1990s, Galerie S 65, Aalst, Belgium, 1995

Real Art: A New Modernism (Torie Begg, Clem Crosby, Ian Davenport, Peter Davis, Jason Martin),Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton, 1995

Summer Group Show, Karsten Schubert, London, 1995

From Here: Art and Language (Glenn Brown, Alan Charlton, Keith Coventry, Michael Craig-Martin, Ian Davenport, Peter Davis, Mark Francis, Patrick Heron, Damien Hirst, Gary Hume, Callum Innes, Zebedee Jones, Julian Lethbridge, Simon Linke, Jason Martin, Fiona Rae, Bridget Riley), Waddington Galleries and Karsten Schubert, London, 1995 

Six Painters, (Keith Coventry, Peter Davis, Anya Gallaccio, Zebedee Jones, Bridget Riley, Alison Wilding), Karsten Schubert, London, 1994

New Painting, Arts Council of Great Britain; travelling exhibition: Darlington Arts Centre: Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff; Oriel Gallery, Mold, Clwyd; Newlyn Orion Gallery, Penzance; University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne; Norfolk Institute of Art & Design, Norwich; The Drumcroon, Wigan, 1994

Unbound: Possibilities in Painting, Hayward Gallery, London, 1994

Degree Show, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London, 1993

Group Show, The Slade School of Fine Art, London, 1993

Affective Light, Rear Window, London, 1993

Degree Show, Norwich School of Art, Norwich, 1992



Symons, Sophie, introduction. Elegant Austerity (catalogue). London: Waddington Galleries, 1998. Archer, Michael, introduction

Zebedee Jones: New Paintings (catalogue). London: Waddington Galleries, 1998

Foundations for Fame (catalogue). London: The London Institute, 1997

Bonn, Sally, ‘L’Arte en Angleterre 1945 - 1995’, Nouvelles Editions Françaises, Paris,1996.