Jann Haworth is closely associated with the 60's Pop Art Movement in Great Britain.
Born in Hollywood California, she attended North Hollywood High, UCLA before leaving for Europe to complete her education at The Slade School of Fine Art in London. She also studied Art History at The Courtauld Institute London. She lived in the UK for 30 years and holds both U.S. and U.K. citizenship. She now lives and works in Salt Lake City and Sundance UT. She is The Creative Director of The Leonardo Museum SLC.
Her work has featured in many large scale group exhibitions in Europe and the US [recent]: 'Pop Art UK', Modena Italy (2004); 'Art and the 60's The Tate Great Britain (2004); 'British Pop', Bilbao Spain (2005); and 'Pop Art 1956-1968" Rome Italy (2007). 'Seductive Subversives' Brooklyn Museum (2010), 'Power Up': Female Pop Kunsalle Museum, Vienna and Germany (2010/11); 'Hyper-realism' Mumok, Vienna Austria; 'Pop and the Object' Acquavella Gallery New York (2013), 'Pop and Design' Loisianna Museum Denmark, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Barbican London, 'London 60's' Christies (2013).
Haworth was a contributor to three public works projects in Salt Lake : The 337 Project, Director 'SLC Pepper' and 'On Broadway' murals.
Recent purchases: The Tate Great Britain, The Utah Arts Council and UMFA Utah.
She holds two unusual distinctions: a female Pop Artist and Co-Designer for the Beatle's Sgt Pepper Album cover [for which she received a Grammy}.
The Object of an Object: Jann Haworth's Mannequin Marchers, Article by Geoff Wichert, September 20, 2017
Emmanuel Art Gallery hosts Jann Haworth: Acclaimed Artist & Women's Advocate blends vision with barbs in eclectic collection, Article by Debra Melani, August 29, 2017