This summer, Agora Gallery will unveil fresh and memorable shows to all art-lovers who may need that extra incentive go gallery-hopping in the infamous NYC heat. Come in to cool down, enjoy glass of seltzer, and peruse our diverse and international collections. Guests may find themselves completely transformed, if not simply gratefully refreshed!
The exhibition Cadences of Color reminds the viewer that there is always more going on in a work of art than what first meets the eye. Through judicious use of hue and shape, these images encourage us to approach them with an open mind and to revel in the freedom they emanate. In Sensorial Sensibilities artists explore the complexities and singularities of their own lives and the world around them, utilizing their artistic ingenuity to incorporate that awareness to their work. The results are layered, immersive, and full of potent emotional resonance. In The French Perspective: Contemporary Art from France you will find the diversity of style, color and medium that characterizes French art today. However, the exhibit is given a coherence and clarity by the consistent and thorough marriage of detail with spontaneity, so that every element of every piece works together to form a dazzling whole.
The exhibitions begin on July 5, 2014 and continue until July 25, 2014, with an opening reception on the evening of Thursday, July 10. Entrance is free, and all those with a love for art are warmly encouraged to attend.
The French Perspective: Contemporary Art from France
Laurent Bardou, lecristal, Roni Fées, Catherine Garceran, Bénédicte Jarosz, Claire Jubault, Young Ran Jung, Véronique Pagès, Patricia Proust-Labeyrie, Gerard Renvez, Micheline Belin, Véronique Vallet
Cadences of Color
Yozo Abe, Joe Abou Jawdeh, J.M. Baker, Nancy Stella Galianos, Wolfgang Hock, Carlos Maneiro, Justo Osuna, PAYAMI, Eva Quesada, Tom Stella, Gordana Tomic
Laura Bedard, Ruggiero Bignardi, Stefano Ceretti, Tasos Dimos, Jesse Ensling, Adam Kiger, Tanya Kostina, Charlotte Lisboa, Koki Morimoto, Raymie Rushing, Cheli Sanabria