"Jason Jacques Gallery, the preeminent purveyor of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century European ceramics, is also a primary driver in elevating contemporary design. The company mounts exhibitions throughout the year in addition to participating in design fairs in Miami, San Francisco, New York, and Maastricht, Netherlands. Its touted publications include Exotica, a compendium of essays by leading scholars on French master ceramists. Jason Jacques Gallery has sold works to art museums throughout the country, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Detroit Institute of Arts; Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City; and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York."
In their e-newsletter:
"Visitors are invited to enter an imaginative, fairytale-like world inspired by the forests of Finland at Jason Jacques Gallery, where one of Kim Simonsson’s Moss People––a series of life-size ceramic child figures––creates an intimate, hypnotic, and enchanting environment."