Jackson’s work has been widely exhibited in museums, galleries and in Public Collections across the world, including: Pompidou Centre, La Louvre, The Frances Foundation, Paris; Tate Modern, The Tate Britain, The Hayward GalleryThe National Portrait Gallery, London; Liverpool BiennialSan Francisco MoMAMusée de L’Elysee, Lausanne; International Center of Photography, New York; Kunsthalle ViennaMusee de la Photo MontrealMusée de la Photographie à Charleroi; NRW Forum Dusseldorf; Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt; Camera Gallery.

Gallery Exhibitions

2019 Fotografiska Gallery, The Truth Is Dead, 21st February

2018 RA Summer Exhibition: 12th June - 19th August

2011 Alison Jackson: Up the Aisle; 20 April – 6th May; Ben Brown Fine Arts, London, U.K.

2009 Alison Jackson Celebrity Portraits; and the Ivy Club; London, U.K.

2008 Seeing is Deceiving; 16 April-23 May; Hamiltons Gallery; London, U.K.

2007 Confidential; 15 Dec 2007 – 23 Jan 2008; M+B Gallery; Los Angeles, U.S.A.

2007 Paris Photo, Hamiltons Gallery, London

2004  Election Year 2004; 21 Oct – 4 Dec; Julie Saul Gallery; New York, N.Y.; U.S.A.  

2003 The Richard Salmon Gallery, London 'Mental Images on War’

2002 Paris Photo, Louvre, Gallery 51

2001 Alison Jackson: Mental Images; Jerwood Space; London, U.K.

1999 Temple of Diana Curated by Neal Brown; The Blue Gallery; London, U.K.


Museum Exhibitions

2017 The Museum of Art Haifa. AnonynX: The End of the Privacy Era 

2016 Culture Station 284, Seoul 

2014 Paparazzi! Photographers, Stars and Artists; 26 Feb – 9th June; Centre Pompidou-Metz

2014 Paparazzi! Photographers, Stars and Artists; 27 June – 12 October; Schirn Kunsthalle

2011 The Royal Family;12 March –2 May; Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, London, U.K.

2011 Exposed:Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera Since 1870; 30 Oct 2010- 17 April 2011; San Francisco Musuem of Modern Art, U.S.A.

2011 Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera Since 1870; 21 May –18 Sept; Friedman Gallery, Walker Art Centre; U.S.A.

2011  Peeping Tom KunstHalle Amersterdam

2010 Exposed:Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera Since 1870; 28 May – 3 October; Tate Modern; London, U.K.

2010 Rude Britannia: British Comic Art; 9 June – 5 Sept; Tate Britain; London, U.K. 

2008 Starstruck:Contemporary Art and the Cult of Celebrity; 23 April – 15 June; The New Art Gallery; Walsall, U.K.

2008 Bush with Rubik’s Cube Intervention Sculpture; Tate Liverpool Biennial, Tate Liverpool, U.K.

2007 All Tomorrow’s Pictures at ICA London:  31 May - 8 June 2007

2006 Mak Museum, Vienna 

2005 Superstars; 4 Nov 2005 – 22 Feb 2006; Kunsthalle Wien and BA-CA Kunstforum, Vienna, Austria

2004 About Face: Photography and the Death of the Portrait; 24 June – 5 December; Hayward Gallery; London, U.K

2003 Female Turbulence;12 Sept – 18 Oct; AEROPLASTICS Contemporary; Brussels, Belgium

2003 Musee de l'eysee, Lusanne

2003 ICP International Center of Photography, New York

2002 The Musee de la Photographie a Charleroi, Brussels, Belgium

1999 The Royal Festival Hall, London. Articultural Show


Museum Collections

SF MOMA, San Francisco, Royal College of Art, London, Musée de la Photographie, Charleroi, Brussels. International Centre of Photography, Pompidou Centre.



2019 Double Fake: A hilarious show where Alison gives behind the scenes anecdotes and shows you how she creates realistic looking images LIVE on stage! You too can be famous at Leicester Square Theatre

2018 - Shot to Fame: Fake News or Alternative Facts: The Gap between the two. One Woman Show at Soho Theatre


La Trashiata Performance Installation

Most recently Jackson wrote and directed the successful 'celebrity' performance opera for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014 with exclusive screenings on the BBC and Odeon cinemas. To view http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0249sts



BAFTA-BBC TV Series for Innovation, Infinity Award-ICP, The Photographers Gallery Award, D&AD, Best of the Best, Creative Circle Award amongst others.

Centre Pompidou: February 2014 PAPARAZZI

Centre Pompidou: February 2014 PAPARAZZI