The Dutko gallery was created in 1969. Initially specialized in Art Deco furniture, particularly the work of Eugène Printz, a designer whom Jean-Jacques Dutko had largely contributed to make known, the DNA of the gallery gradually formed around the dialogue between functional art, sculpture, and painting.
Historically located in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the Dutko gallery opened a new space on Ile Saint-Louis, rue de Bretonvilliers, in 2010. This opening marked the intensification of the development of its contemporary art programming, which is now a central element of its activity. Over the years, it has been enriched, hosting both established and emerging artists.
In 2022, the space on rue Bonaparte was replaced by a larger one 17 quai Voltaire. The artists represented by the gallery are shown nationally and internationally in solo shows or group shows. The gallery also participates in several art fairs, including Art Paris and PAD Paris / PAD London. Among the notable exhibitions in recent years, one can recall the solo shows of Jean-Pierre Pincemin, Monique Frydman, Jean-Pierre Raynaud, Ted Larsen, Béatrice Casadesus, Bruno Romeda, and Christian Sorg.