Located in the heart of the Marais in Paris, the ART JINGLE gallery was created in 2004 by Stéphane Bou. In the early years, the artistic direction of the gallery turned mainly to a universe where musics and paintings mix and combine and reveal original and singular works in a hyperrealist aesthetic.
Very quickly, Stéphane Bou decides to give a predominant place to the original contemporary artistic creation in its exhibition space, rue des Tournelles in Paris. Temporary exhibitions, the first of which retain a musical and figurative tone, are organized at the gallery. A long-term collaboration is set in motion with recognized or emerging artists such as the painters CHAMIZO and Jérôme MESNAGER, the plastic artist COSTA or the photographer Hervé PERDRIEL.
In 2006, a second exhibition space was inaugurated. The gallery becomes entirely dedicated to contemporary art. The support and promotion of the artists of the young French creation are the main axes of the artistic direction of the gallery. A large place is given to artists with a dominant "plastic artist".
The exhibition space of ART JINGLE Gallery allows two simultaneous exhibitions on two separate locations. The attendance of the gallery is important thanks to a follow-up of the collectors and a regular renewal of the works presented at the exhibitions and fairs of contemporary art in which it participates.