When considering building an art collection, which can be anything from Tibetan rugs, African motif masks, Photography, or Paintings – the holy grail of wall art – take your time making a decision.
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You are invited to join Agora Gallery for the opening reception of Lyrical Abstraction and Encounters: Nature and Culture exhibitions on March 15th. Experience the lively, enthusiastic atmosphere and meet our artists, collectors, and art aficionados to discuss the body of work on view.
The opening reception will take place on Thursday March 15th from 6-8PM.
The exhibition will be on view at the gallery from March 13th through to April 3rd.
We look forward to seeing you all there for a night to remember!
530 W 25th Street
New York, NY
Lyrical Abstraction is a renewed inquiry into the spatial questions posed by abstraction. Featuring eight artists, the exhibition features sculptures as well as watercolors and paintings, showing the enormous influence abstraction has had across media.
Encounters: Nature and Culture features six artists whose works highlight the underlying presence of subjectivity in all objective understanding. Starting with the depiction of realistic figures — be these painted or photographed — each work shows us how the hand of the artist ineluctably deviates from purely factual descriptions, delineating a world of imagined truth.
Visit Agora Gallery’s dedicated page to see all the artists featured in the exhibitions.
“In their traditional exhibitionist role women are simultaneously looked at and displayed, with their appearance coded for strong visual and erotic impact so that they can be said to connote to-be-looked-at-ness.” – Laura Mulvey
It is undeniable that women have been a pillar in art history. Not only acting as the subjects of inspiration for artists since the beginning of time, women have also been monumental to the art world in the roles of artist, curator, and innovator. The female form has been altered time and time again, traveling through centuries of artistic periods and representing a variety of topics – fertility, love, sexuality, purity.
Artists are always using the female form in new and unprecedented ways to create breath-taking works that do more than just represent the body. Check out some of these new artworks to ARTmine by artists, both male and female, who each focus on utilizing women as their subjects and muse.
“The craving for color is a natural necessity just as for water and fire. Color is a raw material indispensable to life. At every era of his existence and his history, the human being has associated color with his joys, his actions and his pleasures.” – Fernand Leger
Color has been an informative element throughout the history of art. During the Renaissance, the ultramarine pigment was more expensive than gold, and thus was used in paintings to establish social-class. Contemporary art such as the spot series by Damien Hirst, focuses on the relationship between, and the representation of different colors.
There is a scientific reasoning for how color happens, but this information holds no relevance to humans, who attribute color to their lives in more sentimental ways. People claim ownership over colors by declaring their favorite from a young age. Artist’s declare ownership by manipulating the use of color to create meaning. Whether your favorite color is orange or blue, the wavelengths of light reflecting off of these works are sure to captivate and energize you.
Asia Week New York focuses on promoting Asian art and culture in New York City. Major auction houses that specialize in Asian art, world-renowned museums, and Asian cultural institutions in the greater New York Area come together to celebrate the contributions of Asian art and design to the wider art world. This annual celebration takes place mid-march at venues all over NYC. We at Agora strongly support Asian art and artists, and in honor of Asia Week, here are some of our fantastic contemporary artists from all over East Asia.