Gallery

Art Jingle

Paris, France

Address

  • 31 bis rue des Tournelles
  • Paris
  • Île-de-France
  • 75003
  • France

Opening times

From Tuesday to Saturday: 11am to 7pm
Sunday: 2:30 am to 7pm

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Located in the heart of the Marais district in Paris, the Art Jingle Gallery was created in 2004 by Stéphane Bou. During its first years, the artistic direction of the gallery was centered mainly on a universe where music and paintings come together and produce original works with a hyper-realistic aesthetic. 

Shortly after the opening of the gallery, Stéphane Bou decided to leave the main place to original contemporary art in his exhibition space in Paris. The gallery organizes temporary exhibitions with a musical and figurative element. 

A long-term collaboration was established with emerging talents or confirmed artists, such as painters Chamizo and Jerôme Mesnager, visual artist Costa and photographer Hervé Perdriel. 

In 2006, a second exhibition space opened. The gallery dedicates fully to contemporary art. 

The main axes of its editorial program are the support and promotion of young French artists. An important role in the gallery’s program is played by visual artists. 

The exhibition space of the Art Jingle gallery allows two simultaneous exhibitions in its two spaces. The gallery has a large audience thanks to its collectors and a constant renewal of the works presented during the exhibitions and contemporary art fairs to which the gallery takes part.

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