About us- Agora Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery
established in 1984 by the late Miki Stiles. Agora Gallery has considerable experience
providing gallery representation and artist promotion to talented emerging and established
artists who wish to become recognized in the New York Art Market. Located in the
heart of the famous Chelsea art district, Agora Gallery occupies both the ground
and second floor of 530 West 25th Street. The gallery is frequented by art lovers
looking to find and buy original artwork.
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about the gallery’s history and services for artists and collectors.
Meet Our Experts
- Need an expert opinion? Get to know our staff of art experts
who make Agora Gallery the friendly, professional place that it is. Our dedicated
staff work to make sure that all the details of an artist’s representation are taken
care of, from shipping artwork to the many kinds of artist promotion in which the
gallery is involved. Drawing on both a theoretical and a practical knowledge of
art, and on their considerable experience of the contemporary art world, each member
of staff strives to combine their skills to ensure that artists and collectors always
experience the gallery at its best. There are any number of challenges confronting
artists in our complex modern society, and we are waiting to help smooth your way
in the global art world.
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Visitor Information - If you’re an art
lover visiting New York, you won’t want to miss the experience of checking out Chelsea,
the art district famous all over the world for the diversity and talent it displays.
Agora Gallery is a great example of a gallery which brings attention to the variety
and the skill present in contemporary art – so make a visit to Agora Gallery part
of your time in New York! Alongside visiting the city's world-renowned art institutions
such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and MoMA, no trip would be complete without
time spent in Chelsea. In both its spacious street level space and the welcoming
second floor gallery above, Agora Gallery exhibits a range of mediums, styles and
subjects – so you're bound to find original fine art that speaks to you. Admission
is free to all.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11am – 6pm.
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Gallery News - There are always exciting events going on
at Agora Gallery, and the best way to keep up with the art news and review the latest
happenings is to subscribe to our mailing list and receive regular updates. If you’re
wondering about the latest news connected to the gallery and our talented represented
artists, check out our most recent newsletter and explore our art news archives.
From exhibitions to expansions, you'll be kept up to date with the developments
that impact Agora Gallery directly and indirectly, including through the trends
that sweep the art community in the district, the city and the world. Agora's location
in the heart of New York's celebrated Chelsea district, the acknowledged home of
contemporary art, means that our fingers are always on the pulse of the art scene,
both locally and globally.
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In the Press - Agora Gallery is well-known
in the art world for the depth and variety of the artwork we display, the talent
of our represented artists, and the excellence of our promotional services. The
gallery is frequently featured in the press, and the Gallery Director, Angela Di
Bello, is often interviewed for her art world expertise. The gallery has been the
subject of interest on television, in newspapers, in magazines and online. The topics
reflect the many elements that contribute to making Agora the exciting and dynamic
place that it is, whether the focus is on specific exhibitions, interviews with
particular artists, Agora itself, or the Gallery Director's response to diverse
matters touching the art world today.
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some of the media attention Agora Gallery has received
"It is so good to see that this world does have galleries like Agora that are truly professional, organized, considerate and deeply caring about the artists they represent."
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