Artist Ben Jones screens The Problem Solverz

January 08, 2013

Today at Art Los Angeles Contemporary, Ben Jones will screen two rare episodes of Ben Jones's Cartoon Network Animated Series "The Problem Solverz.”

The Problem Solverz is a series centered on the titular Problem Solverz trio of Alfe, Roba, and Horace, as they solve and sometimes create the various problems that plague their town, Farboro. Ben Jones will have work on view at the LOYAL Gallery booth at ALAC 2013.

Ben Jones holds a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA. Jones has presented in a variety of solo and group exhibitions internationally at Galleri Loyal, Malmo, Sweden, MACRO Museum, Rome, Italy, Bergen Kunsthall, Norway, Max Wigrum, and the TATE, London, UK, Peres Projects, Berlin Germany, and Deitch Projects, Foxy Production, The Museum of Modern Art, and The Hole, New York, NY, among others. His work has been discussed in The New York Times, i-D, Tokion, and ArtReview.

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