The Trustees of the David Jones Estate have handed over the task of fielding permissions enquiries for the use of Jones's writings and visual to Faber & Faber and Bridgeman Images respectively. In future, please direct any correspondence to the following contacts, who will direct you:
For all writings: Lavinia Singer (Faber & Faber), email@example.com
For all visual images: Adrian Gibbs (Bridgeman Images), firstname.lastname@example.org
David Jones: A Mythic Understanding
An exhibition at Camberwell College of Art, (Peckham Road, London SE5 8UF)
6 November - 14 December, 2018
From the web page:
'This exhibition is one part of a College-wide project led by Geoff Coupland (aka ZEEL) that explores the life and themes of the work of artist, illustrator and poet David Jones.
Jones was aged just 14 when he first attended the then Camberwell Art School in 1909, before enlisting for service with the Royal Welch Fusiliers to fight in the First World War. This experience had a profound effect on Jones both emotionally and artistically. He went on to write ‘In Parenthesis’, an epic, novel-length war poem, and as an artist working in many modes, he made numerous paintings, drawings and book illustrations with a particular use of mythical imagery.
His legacy is visible in the work of many illustrators working today, including John Vernon Lord, Clive Hicks Jenkins, Charlotte Cory, Marguerite Carnec, Sue Coe, Linda Kitson and David McKean, and their contemporary work will be shown alongside a display about Jones’ life and work created especially for the exhibition by design studio Work-Form.'
Press Release (with details about opening times, etc.):
The UK Latin Mass Society will be offering their bi-monthly Mass for the repose of the soul of David Jones tomorrow, Saturday 13th October, at 4 pm in the Lady Chapel of Westminster Cathedral, London. Jones was a great devotee of the Latin Mass; his anniversary of death is 28 October.
For information see: lms.org.uk/contact-us