Darren Jones is an art critic, artist and curator. His writing has been published in Artforum, ArtUS, Artslant, Artcritical, and The Brooklyn Rail.
His studio practice focuses on text and visual observations of the everyday as commentary on social structures and cultural standards. His art has been covered in The Guardian, Artforum, Huffington Post, The Sunday Post, The Advocate, Hyperallergic, NYArts, The Brooklyn Rail, Artcritical and Scotland on Sunday.
His forthcoming book, The Contemporary Art Gallery, co-authored with David Carrier, discusses the architecture, politics and experience of galleries.
He is currently artist-in-residence at Centraltrak Artist Residency Program of the University of Texas at Dallas
RECENT CRITICAL WRITING
Plastic Darkness: Carlos Rigau And His Work
The Good The Fad And The Ugly: Writing The Wrongs in Text-Based Art
Smackdown: Ryan Roa on Raw Combat in His Working Method
Why New York's Top Critics Need to Resign
THE SICK ARE THE WELL