Gallery Funaki

Tucked away in Crossley Street, in the central business district of Melbourne, Gallery Funaki has been recognized as a driving force in the promotion of contemporary jewelry in Australia for over 20 years. The gallery presents at least six solo and curated group exhibitions each year, including the biennial Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery.

Our artists are some of the most highly regarded in the field, including renowned European, New Zealand, and Australian makers. Each is selected on the basis of their unique and highly skilled approach: Their work is known for its conceptual strength, technical rigor, and refined sensibility. Besides showing jewelry, Gallery Funaki stocks a range of catalogs and monographs by represented artists.



4 Crossley Street
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3000


Find out more about Gallery Funaki’s Katie Scott by reading their 2013 interview on AJF.

Object Feature

Therese Hilbert, Untitled

Carlier Makigawa, On Offer

Katrin Feulner, Arbeiten 1607

Helen Britton, Last Fish

Jess Dare, Yellow Marigold Garland

Julie Blyfield, Black Pea Necklace

Carlier Makigawa, Rings

Inari Kiuru, A forest spirit visits the city alone (Navigating by the stars)

Simon Cottrell, Long Tone

Craig McIntosh, Topography Pendant No.4

Yutaka Minegishi, Drop

Michihiro Sato, Possession

Marian Hosking, Crest

Lucy Sarneel, Juggler's Moment #3

Helen Britton, Big Bouquet

Peter Hoogeboom, Green Soil

Thanh-Truc Nguyen, Kites

Kirsten Haydon, Ice Crevasse

Julie Blyfield, Bloodwood Flower

Fumiki Taguchi, Sticker Series-2

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