August comes with two new exciting exhibitions at Agora Gallery. Idiosyncratic Expressions and Interpretative Realms present a collection of artists who turn the art world on its head.
In Idiosyncratic Expressions, colors combine in unexpected ways, forms emerge from obscurity, and textures distort scenes into something wholly unique and important. The exhibition Idiosyncratic Expressions presents subjects and themes from the past, present, and future in an exhibition of nostalgia and reimagination. From the pastoral to pop culture, the scenes in this exhibition vibrate with an exciting new energy. Extraordinary colors work together in unexpected ways, symbols and forms emerge from uncertainty, and textures distort images into something wholly unique and important.
Presenting: Josyane Roduit-Gaudin, Katie Hartley, Paola Estrella, Tony Stockman, Nico Solis, Jamie Townsend, Hilda Kleyn, Vicky Talwar
Sharing the gallery, Interpretative Realms presents paintings that invite deep introspection, as these international artists present scenes of abstraction and familiarity, re-examining their subjects with their individual, invaluable perspectives. A viewer among the exhibition Interpretative Realms is exposed to magnificent fields of color, mind-bending textures, and transformative perspective shifts in a series of paintings that invite deep introspection. The artists in this exhibition hail from seven countries across three continents, all joining in NYC as key components to an exemplary exhibition of fulfilling artwork. The artists present scenes of abstraction and familiarity, re-examining their subjects with their individual, invaluable perspectives.
Presenting: Marianne Monnier-Koenig, Ingrid Gerhard, Edgar do Valle, Melissa Arostegui, Alison Barrows-Young, Sarah Lockett, Laura Benaglia Nones, Cecilie Galtung Doesvig, Lucy O'Donovan, Lisa Torché.