Mark Brazier-Jones

The Excentric

Elisabeth Delacarte met Mark Brazier-Jones at his beginnings in 1986. She recognized the talent of a real artist with exceptional potential and had represented his work in her gallery ever since. 

His pieces have enriched many museum like the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris or the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. 

"Passionate about esotericism and science fiction, he continues to decline his surprising creativity by playing on universal symbols. Associating bronze, crystals, metals and fabrics, he undertakes each of his creations with the meticulous care of a whimsical child for whom no dream is unattainable."
Monograph "Mark BRAZIER JONES". Publisher Fiell Publishing.




Mark Brazier Jones in 6 dates

1956: Birth in Auckland, New Zealand
1968: Family move to England
1983: Foundation of the "Creative Salvage" group with Tom Dixon and Nick Jones, joined by André Dubreuil. 
1986: First pieces exhibited at Avant-Scène, Paris
1988: Move to the English countryside
1990: First solo exhibition at Avant-Scène, Paris

The works of Mark Brazier-Jones are part of the permanent collections of the Museum of Decorative Arts (Paris), the Victoria & Albert Museum (London), The Museum of Fine Art (Boston), The Brooklyn Museum and The Museum of Art & Design (New York).