Exhibition: Persistence of Form; Unbound Perspectives
Whatever the weather is like outside, indoors at Agora Gallery you’ll find ample sources of inspiration and energy to lift your spirits. Our two collective contemporary art exhibitions display all the power and persuasive ability that art can possess, and don’t forget that at the same time you can see Divine Stardom: Lady Gioconda / a Solo Exhibition. The exhibitions begin on November 22, 2013 and run until December 13, 2013, with an opening reception on December 5. See you there!
In Persistence of Form the audience is treated to the work of artists who know how to balance perfectly between a personal touch that lends an emotional resonance and an appeal to our shared instincts and experiences that makes every work feel stirring and significant. Add to all this a delightful sense of movement which seems to capture the impression of a full engagement with life and you have artwork which is able to produce an unforgettable impression.
The pieces in Unbound Perspectives are both aesthetically pleasing and intellectually engaging, requiring the viewer to reassess and reevaluate the kinds of perceptions and assumptions that are so accepted as to be practically ignored. The artists express their individual visions through their works, introducing us to new and different ways of accessing and appreciating the varied and fascinating aspects of form, shape and color.
Exhibition dates: November 22, 2013 – December 13, 2013
Reception: Thursday, December 5, 2013 6-8 p.m.
Gallery Location: 530 West 25th St, New York City
Gallery Hours: Tues – Sat, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Persistence of Form: Patricia BeBeau, James Chisholm, Susan Clinard, D’ Neycho, Ben Frochisse, Alberto Illescas Moreno, Mark Salevitz, Solveig Skogseide
Unbound Perspectives: Nate Booth, David Costello, Nelly Cougard, Micheline De Oliveira, Brent Dodd, Isabelle Habegger, Leon Holmes, Samantha Perreaz “SAM”, Julianne Raymond, Felix Semper, Donna Shaffer, Kozo Takano, Cordell Taylor, Huguette Thiboutot, Danilo Vinardell, Dagmar Wankowski