Happy Holidays, art lovers!
Please be aware that, with the holidays and the upcoming installation of our newest exhibition, weÂ areÂ going to be closed on certain days. Be sure to check this schedule before you come by, so you don’t accidentally miss us!
Agora Gallery will be closed the following dates:Â
- December 23rd – 28th: Closed for Installation & Holiday
- December 31st: Closing early (3PM)
- January 1st: Closed for New Years
Our normal hours will resume on January 2nd, after which we will be open Tuesday-Saturday 11 AM – 6 PM.
Have a lovely holiday season, everyone! Be sure to visit your friends at Agora Gallery the next time you are in town.
“Christmas Cake” Oil on Board 12″ x 16″
Robert LenzÂ – featuring in Plurality of Expression at Agora Gallery from January 19th – February 9th
Agora Gallery is located at 530 West 25th Street on the first and second floors. See our upcoming exhibitions catalog here:Â http://www.agora-gallery.com/exhibitions/upcoming.aspx
Thereâ€™s always something going on in the art world. Every Monday, Agora starts the new week by looking back at what happened the week before. Here are our top art news stories from December 13th – December 19th, 2015.
This week we take a look at aÂ veryÂ expensive box, the top 10Â priciestÂ living female artists, and threeÂ wrongful arrests.
As an arts organization, Agora Gallery is always concerned about the state of arts education around the world. We want to do our part to make sure that schools and the students who attend them have the materials they need to learn and create and produce the next generation of artists. Thatâ€™s why we donate to NYCâ€™s Materials for the Arts.
MFTA occupies 35,000 square feet on the third floor on the third floor of a warehouse in Long Island City.
What happened in the art world last week? We take a look at theÂ top art news stories from DecemberÂ 6th – December 13th, 2015.
Perugino, The Resurrection (ca. 1502) Photo: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
This week we saw an allegedly racist Jesus, Ai Weiwei’s new installation, and North Korea’s new art museum.
These artworks are not only beautiful to look at, they’re also budget-friendly. AtÂ $250 and under, each of these works would make a great addition to your collection this holiday season.
Thereâ€™s always something going on in the art world. Every Monday, Agora starts the new week by looking back at what happened the week before. Here are ourÂ notedÂ art news stories from November 30th – December 6th 2015.
This week we take a look at Miami Basel.
Two floors of gallery space, two stunning shows of contemporary art. This Thursday, December 3rd, Agora Gallery held our final opening reception of the year, welcoming in the exhibitions Manifestation of Milieu and Persistence of Form. It’s been an amazing year with so many unforgettable exhibitionsÂ in which we’ve been introduced to some extraordinaryÂ new artists, and saw the welcome return of old friends.
Artist L.A. Cline at the December 3rd reception at Agora Gallery
But, opening receptions aren’t about looking back at what has already happened, but rather about looking forward at what’s to come. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the exciting artists who will be looking forward to a provocative and engaging December exhibition!
“Surrealism is destructive, but it destroys only what it considers to be shackles limiting our vision.” – Salvador Dali
For the daydreamers among us, the oddballs and “quirky” types: we may not settle for your typical portrait or landscape. No, it’s melting clocks and tangled limbs for us. These surreal artworks, all new to ARTmine, will transport you to a world of the unfamiliar where dreams become reality and reality becomes something altogether new.
Last week wasn’t just Thanksgiving and Christmas shopping: it was also a big week in the world of art news.Â Here are our top art news stories from November 22nd – November 29th, 2015.
This week we saw a Saudi Arabia court condemn Ashraf Fayadh to death, an exhibition about the mind of a stalker, and photographs of a historical Thanksgiving dinner.
As per our newly established tradition,Â Agora starts the new week by looking back at what happened the week before. Here are our top art news stories from November 16th – November 22nd 2015.
This week, exhibitor lists were announced, prizes were awarded, and paintings were returned to their rightful owners.