Garrido Gallery it’s one of the most innovative ateliers working in silver in the world. Its works have a surprising contrast between old and new, between the antique and the thoroughly modern. It offers us a product of the highest level of quality but also one of innovation and modernity.
Preserving the art of silversmithing is a family legacy for the Garridos. The brothers Garrido, Juan e Paloma, approach their designs with an avant-garde sensibility and their artworks employ the geometry and angularity of Cubism, a rational clarity radiates from the smooth, unadorned surfaces, forming a study in volume and line.
Since 2003, their artworks were displayed in the National Museum of Decorative Arts of Madrid. Since then, their pieces have been included in individual and collective exhibitions on the international contemporary and applied arts circuit.
Today, their creations form part of the collections at the National Museum of Decorative Arts of Madrid, the National Museum of Contemporary Spanish Engraving of Marbella and the Museum of Arts and Design in New York and tehy are presented in the most importante fairs in the world.