G. B. JONES BIOGRAPHY
 
 
Birthplace: Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada, 1965
Lives: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

SELECTED ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
 

1994

"Girrly Pictures: G.B. Jones," Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada

1991

Feature, New York City
 

 SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
 

1995

"Beauty #2," The Power Plant, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; curated by Philip Monk (catalogue: essay by Philip Monk)
"Representational Drawings," Feature, New York
"Fag-o-sites," Gallery 400, University of Illinois at Chicago,
Chicago IL; curated by Doug Ischar and John Ricco
 

1994

"Stonewall 25," White Columns, New York; curated by Bill Arning
"And," Feature, New York
"Coming to Power: 25 Years of Sexually X-Plicit Art by Women,"
Real Art Ways, Hartford CT; curated by Ellen Kantor
"(Tiny) SHOES," New Langton Arts, San Francisco CA; curated by
DL Alvarez
"Truth Be Told: It's All About Love," Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York; curated by Joseph Lauretano
"Oh boy, it's a girl!," Kunstverein München, Munich, Germany;
Kunstraum Wien, Vienna, Austria; curated by Hedwig Saxenhuber (catalogue)
"part Fantasy," Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco CA;
Plug-In Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada;
Fine Arts Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, curated by Nicola Tyson
"The Use of Pleasure," Terrain, San Francisco CA; curated by
Robert Nickas (catalogue)
 

1993

"Up With People," Feature, New York
"Tom of Finland, G.B. Jones," Daniel Buchholz, Cologne, Germany
"Eau de Cologne 1983-1993," Monika Sprüth Galerie, Köln, Germany
"Coming to Power: 25 Years of Sexually X-Plicit Art by Women,"
David Zwirner Gallery, New York; curated by Ellen Kantor
 

1992

"Trouble Over So Much Skin," Feature, New York
"part Fantasy," Trial Balloon 2, New York (catalogue: essay by
Faye Hirsch)
"Drawings," Stuart Regen Gallery, Los Angeles CA
"Stephen Dillemuth and Josef Strau," Forum Stadtpark, Graz,
Austria
"The Red Light Show," Stichtung CASCO, Utrecht,
The Netherlands; curated by Jack Jaeger
 

1991

"Situation: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Artists," New Langton
Arts, San Francisco CA; curated by Pam Gregg and Nayland
Blake (catalogue: essays by Richard Meyer and Liz Kotz)
"All Grown Up," The Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York
"Outrageous Desire: The Politics and Aesthetics of Representation
in Recent Works by Gay and Lesbian Artists," Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, New Brunswick NJ (catalogue: essays by Jonathan Weinberg and Marcia Salo)

1990

"All But the Obvious," Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions,
Los Angeles CA

1989

"Redressing the Nude," X-Tra Space, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
 
 

SELECTED FILM AND VIDEO SCREENINGS

1995

"Queer Punk Movie Night," Epicenter, San Francisco CA; curated by Q-TIP ("The Yo-Yo Gang")
 
1994

"Punkalingus," Montreal Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, Montreal, Quebec, Canada ("People in Your Neighborhood")
"Shoot the Women First," Arts Theater Club, London, England; curated by Lucie Thane ("The Yo-Yo Gang")
Austin Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, Austin TX
("The Yo-Yo Gang")
"Oh boy, it's a girl!," Kunstverein München, Munich, Germany; Kunstraum Wein, Vienna, Austria; curated by
Hedwig Saxenhuber
 
1993

"12th Annual Women in the Director's Chair Festival," Chicago IL ("The Yo-Yo Gang")
Melbourne Queer Film and Video Festival, Melbourne, Australia ("The Yo-Yo Gang")
"Undressing Crossdressing: Rebels, Irreverence and Girl Power,"
Institute of Contemporary Art Theater, Boston MA; curated by Fishnet ("The Yo-Yo Gang")
Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago IL ("The Yo-Yo Gang")
 

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