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Final Frontier Opens Doors to the Physical Art World with Silk Gallery


Production company joins forces with Silk Gallery, showcasing artists emerging outside of the traditional institutions of art

Final Frontier Opens Doors to the Physical Art World with Silk Gallery

Production company Final Frontier today announced it has joined forces with physical art space, Silk Gallery.  Located in the vibrant heart of Madrid, Spain, the gallery serves as a celebration of digital art in the physical world, showcasing boundary-pushing artists from eclectic backgrounds questioning the limits of art and design.  

A production company creating world-class animation across time zones, Final Frontier has created award-winning work for some of the world’s biggest brands, including Nike, Apple, Spotify, Heineken and Porsche. Through Silk Gallery, Final Frontier has the opportunity to work with artists to bring a newfound understanding of the journey between the digital, the tangible and the exhibition, as an infinite universe of experimentation, to gallery visitors.  The artists are given a rare offline opportunity to showcase unbridled personal and experimental projects, crafted beyond the constraints of commercial work. 

“We’re constantly being exposed to the remarkable talent of artists and creatives in our industry, from the emerging to the established, but realised there were strangely few platforms for them to be appreciated offline and in some sense ‘legitimized’ as ‘pure’ artists,” says Gus Karam, Executive Producer at Final Frontier. “We felt the transition from design for commerce, to pure art, was something very organic.” 

“In my personal artistic practice, I felt the need to experiment with different formats outside of the digital world,” says Andrea Devia-Nuño, director and curator of Silk Gallery. “This, combined with my experience as a researcher on the new limits of design, pushed me to develop the concept of a space that could function as a showcase for this moment in the industry.” 

Existing at the intersection between design, illustration and contemporary art, each exhibition held at Silk Gallery seeks to legitimize this hybrid in the creative industry in a formal space without losing the notion of play and experimentation. The curatorial vision values ​​the talent and artistic work of a generation that oscillates between commercial and personal projects, exploring different mediums that increasingly blur the boundaries between graphic and contemporary art. Consequently, the gallery appeals more to the idea of a collectible design as a format, rather than defining itself as a traditional gallery or store.  

Since its inception, Silk Gallery has hosted solo exhibitions by world-renowned artists such as Sebastian Curi, Santiago Oddis and Yukai Du. The gallery has an upcoming exhibit by Bernardo Henning titled “Control” that reflects on the order and chaos of creating art. For more information on Silk, please visit

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Final Frontier, Thu, 02 Mar 2023 09:16:59 GMT