Gabriel Jones work evolves around such themes as pseudonyms, apatriotism, geography, science, archaeology, time and sensitivity filters.
In collaboration with Arcade Fire, Jones photographed Arcade Fire’s album cover The Suburbs. This series of urban landscape images explored the North American suburban experience and the memories that one can have from growing up in this type of environment.
Jones also created The Pseudonym Project New York/Paris. He invited established and emerging artists, such as Robert Barry, Liam Gillick, Fouad Bouchoucha and Melanie Bonajo & Joseph Marzolla to create new pieces under certain rules (such as using a pseudonym until the closing reception of the exhibition).
His photographs where exhibited in venues such as Photo Espana, Galerie Chateau d’Eau, Toulouse; Paris Photo, Paris (Galerie Bertrand Grimont), Galerie Bugdahn und Kaimer, Dusseldorf. He studied photography at Dawson College, Montreal (Canada).
Jones lives and works in Paris. He is represented by Galerie Bugdahn und Kaimer, Dusseldorf, Germany.