KaijuMonsteR Gallery, founded in 2016 by Martijn de Zwart, is one of the leading high-end art toy and sculpture galleries in Europe with a focus on Japanese produced Sofubi works.

The gallery’s program includes important established artists such as Marmit, Target Earth, Dreamrocket, SkullHeadButt, Siccaluna, Amapro, Blobpus and Karzworks as well as such emerging notable talents as Algangu, KKfactory, Roughneck:7, Awesome Toy and SX-Toy.

KaijuMonsteR gallery continues to develop long-term relationships with artists, manufacturers, private collectors and corporations around the world, placing high end art toys in on display at many international events such as New York Comic Con, ToyConUK London, Dutch Comic Con Utrecht, Amsterdam Comic Con and Art Toy Culture Seoul.

We welcome the opportunity to work with both new and established collectors to help build their high-end art toy collections. In addition to our diverse gallery inventory we are able to consult with clients, guiding them in the sourcing, acquisition and de-accessioning process ranging from Eastern to Western high-end art toys and sculptures.

For more information about KaijuMonsteR gallery or to inquire about particular artworks please contact us at info@kaijumonster.com and we will be pleased to assist you.

Joshua Liner Gallery Summer group exhibition preview link

The group show will include 16 artists, some familiar faces or course, as well as some new names to the gallery, featuring painting, sculpture, and drawing.

Showing for the first time at the gallery, the Southern California-based Clayton Brothers (Christian and Rob) will be exhibiting individual portraits in their signature colorful style.

The German-born, Brooklyn-based painter Daniel Rich will also be showing for the first time at the gallery--known for his matte-flat interpretations of photojournalistic images. 

Additional newcomers to the gallery include Alfred Steiner, whose delicate watercolor on paper works depict a mashup of plant, animal, and human anatomy with objects from material culture; Jean-Pierre Roy's futurist/fantasy landscape paintings; hyper-stylized graphic abstractions by painter Mario Martinez (aka, Mars-1, here) ; and works of 3-D painted fish encased in resin by Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori.

Always proud to exhibit the works of our gallery regulars, new and recent works will be on view from Cleon Peterson, Damon Soule, David Ellis, Ian Francis, Kris Kuksi, Oliver Vernon, Pema Rinzin, Tat Ito, Tiffany Bozic and Tomokazu Matsuyama.

Here is a link to preview the works for this year's summer show: 

If you would like to reserve any of the works, or have any questions, please feel free to contact the gallery directly.