Ronald Jones

Ronald Jones is on the faculty of the Royal College of Art, London, and a regular contributor to this magazine. 

Ronald Jones pays tribute to a rare critic, art historian, teacher and friend who coined the term Post-Minimalism

BY Ronald Jones | 02 FEB 18

Should Trump have won an Emmy?

BY Ronald Jones | 18 SEP 17

What sort of artist would Ai Weiwei have been without the Internet and its instruments of social media?

BY Ronald Jones | 30 MAR 12

Museological display, truth, fiction and ‘Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds’

BY Ronald Jones | 01 JUN 11

Occultist, mystic, painter: the life and legacy of Hilma af Klint

BY Ronald Jones AND Liv Stoltz | 01 NOV 10

The rise of ‘dark tourism’ poses the question: are works of art as powerful as the sites they attempt to memorialize?

BY Ronald Jones | 01 MAR 10

Four leading teachers from universities and art schools around the world reflect on the importance of theory for students today

Magasin 3, Stockholm, Sweden

BY Ronald Jones | 01 JUN 09

Navel-gazing or fresh methodologies? Finding the right name for artistic research

BY Ronald Jones | 14 MAY 09

How designers are adopting the strategies of Conceptual art

BY Ronald Jones | 01 JAN 09

Predicting the future of the art market and criticism

BY Ronald Jones | 24 OCT 08

Adel Abdessemed, Guillermo Habacuc Vargas, and Aliza Shvarts; the art of dying

BY Ronald Jones | 17 JUL 08

Editing the Bush administration; the second part of Ronald Jones’ essay on language

BY Ronald Jones | 16 APR 08

9/11, Susan Sontag and relativism; Ronald Jones begins a new column for frieze.com with the first in a two-part essay on language

BY Ronald Jones | 08 APR 08

The simulacrum is never that which conceals the truth — it is the truth which conceals that there is none. The simulacrum is true.

BY Ronald Jones | 22 NOV 07