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Sarah, Duchess of York, embraces Web 3.0 with the launch of new digital art gallery

Cover Art: “Gateway To The Self” Exhibition / © The Duchess Gallery

The Duchess Gallery, a digital art collection on Nifty Gateway curated by Sarah, Duchess of York, is now live, according to BLKPRL Studios, Candy Studios, and Nifty Gateway. The digital art gallery, in collaboration with Nifty Gateway, will host collaborative exhibitions from well-known figures in the field of digital art, showcasing spoken word poetry combined with animated paintings, AI art, new media, and special effects to create Cinematic Fine Art, opening up new avenues for storytelling.

“As technology evolves, traditional aesthetics can find a new life in this contemporary viral world. I am delighted to work collaboratively with renowned artists, and as well highlight emerging artists worldwide to expand my passion for storytelling through art.” Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York.

“The Duchess Gallery” offers a fantastic chance to reinterpret the classics in light of modern culture. The Pre-Raphaelite movement in visual arts was heavily influenced by the writings of John Keats, John Ruskin, and their French contemporaries, such as poet Charles Baudelaire, in the 1800s. New technology and engagement with digital culture present the opportunity to evolve and connect visual art and literature with Cinematic Fine Art, upholding traditional aesthetics within contemporary culture.

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, in collaboration with BLKPRL Studios and Candy Studios, will produce all gallery exhibitions.

The Duchess Gallery gives Sarah, The Duchess of York, a chance to work with the best digital artists while also discovering and showcasing up-and-coming artists from all around the world. Sarah is genuinely committed to inspiring others. Brian Gold is the company’s founder.

A never-before-seen reinvention of the Romantic movement in poetry and visual art, titled “Gateway To The Self,” will be unveiled and displayed during Art Basel 2022 and Miami Art Week 2022.