Located in a townhouse on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Jason Jacques Gallery holds the world’s most comprehensive collection of nineteenth-century European Art Pottery. Specializing in the Art Pottery Renaissance centered in 1890s France, our collection includes Art Nouveau and Japoniste masterworks by stoneware artists Ernest Chaplet, Jean Carriès, Edmond Lachenal and Adrien Dalpayrat, in addition to the vast holdings of iridescent lusterware by artists Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer, Clément Massier, and Vilmos Zsolnay.
Our contemporary ceramic arts program began in 2010 and has grown to become the prime driver of the gallery today. Currently, the gallery represents contemporary ceramists Gareth Mason, Morten Løbner Espersen, Eric Serritella, Katsuyo Aoki, Kim Simonsson, Michael Geertsen and most recently, Beth Cavener and Aneta Regel. The gallery also represents the most exclusive furniture designs by Rick Owens. By juxtaposing contemporary artists with past masters, Jason Jacques Gallery has maintained the highest standards and present only the most sought-after and critically-acclaimed artists.