Vai al contenuto


Founder and Director: Francesco Ozzola
Carrer de València 345. 08009 – Barcelona. Spain

Gallery member of:
Consorcio Nacional de Galerías de Arte Contemporaneo 
Art Barcelona – Associació de Galerías

Suburbia Contemporary mission is to inspire and challenge visitors to explore the world of innovative creations from diverse cultures and backgrounds. Our commitment to innovation is reflected in the artists we showcase, who push the boundaries of traditional art forms with their unique and different perspectives. We strive to maintain a balanced selection of art that represents a wide range of styles and mediums, from painting to sculpture and performance.

Our international collection of art is a testament to the global reach of creativity and its power to connect people across borders. We have carefully curated works from established and emerging artists around the world, each with their own vision and voice. As we look to the future of art, we remain committed to showcasing the latest cutting-edge trends in the world of contemporary art. 

Suburbia Contemporary is a hub of innovation, where visitors can explore the latest trends in art and witness the evolution of the art form firsthand. We believe that art has the power to transcend language and cultural barriers, and our gallery provides a platform for artists to share their stories and experiences with a global audience.

Jake Aikman
Jake Aikman - Exhibition View

About Suburbia 2017-2021

Suburbia was born in Granada (Spain), on the far European periphery. Experiencing the distance – in geographic, social, and economic terms – is the Suburbia project’s foundation. 

Born as a non-profit space in 2017, Suburbia evolved into a gallery the year after, following the idea of gathering artists from various continents and cultural backgrounds in an unexpected cluster. 

Suburbia’s unconventional and hyperconnected family is constantly changing, expanding alongside artist’s and curator’s friendships and interests, staging particulars and temporary projects in the cities where suburbians are based.  

Mirroring this philosophy, the project space ‘Satellite’ popped up in Cape Town (South Africa), and recently in Florence (Italy).

The meeting of suburbians somewhere in the world usually happens in art fairs or projects like ‘Satellite‘. The occasion is always a celebration for a group of long-distance friends who share the idea of an artwork a field where different cultures and backgrounds communicate with one another. By participating in antique knowledge, precious memories, secret languages, and futuristic crafts.



Satellite Project Space Cape Town 2018 – Florence 2020

Talks and Interviews

Robert Pettena - Barcelona Gallery Weekend
Gallery backcourt, Eliel David Pérez Martínez "Lluvia sobre el campo de magueye"