Jester Jacques Gallery was founded in January 2011 by a brother-sister team. One trained as a painter at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York and the other accumulated experience in marketing and business.

Their goal is to both support young artists and sell limited edition prints by famous artists, making both available to the public. Through annual pop up shows, a consistently updated inventory on our online shop and regular workshops, we are a venue of interest for collector, student and buyer. Having worked with street artists Milo Tchais, Jimmy C and Ador in their first year, they are now selling the work of Sweet Toof, Shepard Fairey and Mighty Mo on their online store.

Keen to create a local presence, they hosted an event at Box Park, Shoreditch before Christmas 2011 and held their first exhibition in Blackall Studios, also in Shoreditch. They work with Dalston based art charity Studio Upstairs and continue to promote the artwork of up and coming artists straight from university, as well as tattoo artists and international illustrators.


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