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You can visit an exhibition on Final Fantasy in Tribeca right now

By David Goldberg
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One of Tribeca's best off-the-beaten-path art galleries has opened its doors to a whole different world of fandom. On Friday, the HPGRP gallery unveiled "The Magic of Kingsglaive and Final Fantasy XV," which displays concept art from the 30 year-strong gaming franchise's new cinematic and video game entries. 

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV
Photo Courtesy of Stage 6 Films and Square Enix

Known for hyper-realistic human imagery, expansive settings, colorful RPG showdowns, and—of course—fabulous costumes, Final Fantasy has cemented itself as a pretty much unbreakable cultural institution. The new exhibit celebrates the art of Yoshitaka Amano, the artist responsible for the aesthetic of the franchise, and shows images from the newly-released movie Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, along with the next game in the series, Final Fantasy XV

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV
Photo Courtesy of Stage 6 Films and Square Enix

The free exhibition is open Tuesdays through Saturdays. "The Magic of Kingsglaive and Final Fantasy XV," runs through September 3. 

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