Gallery deux poissons is a contemporary jewelry gallery launched in Ebisu, Tokyo in 2003. It is renown as a pioneer who introduced the field of contemporary jewelry to Japanese audience. Based in Tokyo, the gallery has been contributing to open up new market in Japan, and building up network with artists in the world since then.
Gallery deux poissons presents approximately 50 artists who have different origins; the majority consists of European and Japanese. The gallery holds about 6 exhibitions annually, besides permanent exhibitions and sales. The main intention is to introduce the works done by artists who are at the forefront of the international contexts to Japanese audience, and to promote upcoming talented artists. Also international publications are constantly introduced at the gallery.
In order to activate the field of contemporary jewelry in Japan and help to deepen people’s interests, deux poissons does not limit the activities inside of its gallery space. One of the important activities is to curate exhibitions for museum shops, boutiques, furniture shops and design fairs etc. In addition to the exhibitions, the gallery coordinates workshops and lectures by guest artists at the gallery, or, art universities and jewelry colleges etc.
Etsuko Sonobe, Fumie Sasaki, Hiroki Masuzaki, Jiro Kamata, jungjung, Kimiaki Kageyama, Moko Kobayashi, Nagi Nakajima, Okinari Kurokawa, Ribbonesia, Shunichiro Nakashima, SIRI SIRI, Wataru Yamazaki, Yasuki Hiramatsu, Yoriko Mitsuhashi
Alexandra Bart, Bettina Speckner, Carla Nuis, Christine Alberts, Constanze Schreiber, Claude Schmitz, Daniel Kruger, Dinie Besems, Felieke van der Leest, Frans van Nieuwenborg & Martijn Wegman, Gijs Bakker, Henriette Schuster, Herman Hermsen, Karl Fritsch, Lin Cheung, Manon van Kouswijk, Marc Monzo, Otto Kunzli, Sanna Nuutinen, Susanne Klemm, Svenja John, Ted Noten, Warwick Freeman.