Galleries and Exhibitions
Jonathan Monk's work is on display in multiple galleries around the world, in countries like Belgium, France, and Italy. Some of those galleries are Galerie Dvir in Belgium, as well as mfc - michèle didier and GDM | Paris in France. Jonathan Monk's work has most recently been displayed during the exhibition Contre tout Espoir at Galerie Dvir in Brussels, Belgium. The exhibition was open from 06 September 2018 until 20 October 2018. Jonathan Monk's other most recent exhibitions listed on Artland include the exhibitions; Dance to the Music of Time (12 January 2018 - 23 February 2018) at Galerie Dvir in Brussels and JUMP (01 June 2017 - 11 August 2017) at Galleri Nicolai Wallner in Copenhagen. Jonathan Monk's first recorded exhibition in Artland's database was called Original Fake and took place at Maisterravalbuena Galería | Madrid in Spain from the 27 May 2017 to 29 July 2017.
Jonathan Monk in private collections
There are two collectors in possession of works by Jonathan Monk at Artland. These collectors include ADL and K, who also has works by other artists including Jesús Herrera Martínez, Tora Aghabayova, and Cristiano Carotti.
Historical Context of United Kingdom
Britain has been an essential centre for artistic production for centuries. While it accumulated tremendous wealth through colonisation and the ascent of its Empire, it was also unsheltered from the cultural influences of other countries and continents. Throughout the modern era, Britain had been largely overshadowed by the reputation of its European neighbours on one side, and of the United States on the other. But in the late 19th century, Britain became an important centre in the development of the avant-garde. This includes the Arts and Crafts Movement, a cutting-edge movement paving the way for artist-led organisations, groups and organisational co-operative types that would later develop into a template of sorts for bohemian artists movements of the Twentieth Century. Major artistic movements that characterize British modernism include for instance Vorticism, involving artists related to the Bloomsbury group. Some significant British artists of the modern and contemporary era include Stanley Spencer, Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Leon Kossoff, Frank Auerbach, David Hockney, Bridget Riley, Paula Rego - and in more recent years the YBA generation led by Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Marc Quinn, Chris Ofili and others.