Rula Jones is an interdisciplinary artist whose work centers around a single theme of identity. Her work incorporates intriguing juxtapositions of iconography from Americana, the West and Middle Eastern cultures to evoke dialogue on multiculturalism, internationalism and humanism, and explores paradoxes in an increasingly global society.
Since graduating from Marymount Manhattan College in 2000, she has worked within a number of aspects in the fine arts, including exhibition, curatorial and education. She has been awarded several awards, exhibitions and residencies.
Recent accolades include: an artist feature in the January issue of the Aesthetic Apostle, Chicago, Illinois 2019; group exhibitions at Moving Lab, Venice, Italy, 2019, and at Loosenart, Gallery Millepianai in Rome, Italy, 2019; an artist residency at the Centre Pompadour in Northern France in July 2018; and a finalist for Critical Mass, Photolucida, Portland, Oregon, 2018.