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530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Ani Agassi
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Alexandra III
Archival Pigment Print
26" x 40" 
  • Attachment
Archival Pigment Print
12" x 16" 
  • Attachment II
Archival Pigment Print
12" x 16" 
  • Dreaming of You
Archival Pigment Print
17" x 14" 
  • Flower of Life I
Archival Pigment Print
22" x 31" 
  • Flower of Life II
Archival Pigment Print
22" x 31" 
  • For the Name
Archival Pigment Print
22" x 16" 
  • I AM
Archival Pigment Print
16" x 22" 
  • Kamali III
Archival Pigment Print
39" x 36" 
  • Possession
Archival Pigment Print
29" x 24" 
  • Surrender I
Archival Pigment Print
40" x 28" 
  • Surrender II
Archival Pigment Print
42" x 31" 
  • That One Night I
Archival Pigment Print
22" x 16" 
  • That One Night IV
Archival Pigment Print
22" x 16" 
  • That One Night V
Archival Pigment Print
16" x 14" 
  • The Secret
Archival Pigment Print
22" x 16" 
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Ani Agassi

Armenian artist Ani Agassi is a photographer whose work uses nuances of light and composition in order to capture women in their most natural state of physical and emotional presence. Influenced by childhood memories of her mother being abused by her father and her conservative upbringing, as well as the powerful ways in which women are affected by media and modern day false “standards”; Agassi captures photographs which aim to illustrate that we are all beautiful, unique, and amazing the way that we are and as such should not compare ourselves to others. Through her work she hopes to help women move past the confusion, depression, and self-doubt that is often the product of aiming for the validation of societal standards by instead championing the themes of self-love, confidence, and empowerment.

For Agassi, photography is an incredibly spiritual journey through which she has learned how to listen to, connect to, and relate with the women she photographs. This connection has allowed the subjects of her work to organically leave their personal and emotional stories behind in her photographs and as a result truly be shared with viewers.




Artists in this exhibition

Ewa | Sylke Singelmann | Saurabh Mohan | Rosana Largo Rodríguez | Perez Reiter | Cynthia Chace Gray | Yinon Shamshins | Shlomo Israeli | Mehdi Oveisi | Pia Sjölin | Florencia Zampieri | Marek Wasylewicz | Sylvain Boisjoly | Noriyoshi Morimoto | José Talamás Abularach | Ignatius | Nancy Holleran | Tina Louise Lambert | toNI Altenstrasser | Margret Carde | Ani Agassi | Deborah Helms | Ora Cohen | Flores Thierry | Jose Ramon Santiago | Sayumi Osanai | Hiroshi Wada (和田 浩志) | Clara de Bobes | R. Matheson | María Alejandra Ibáñez | Paris Gray | Iswanto Soerjanto | Zuzka Tarkosova | claracarat | Latoya Tidd | Christine Lückmann | Sergey Iakovlev (Яковлев) | Doofan Kwaghhool | Helena Zyryanova | Romaric Bonne | Mileidy Plata | Maribel Matthews | Nelya Akimova | Aaron Cristofaro | Crazy Rah Art aka Sarah Stott | Claudia Mini | Gordana Tomic | Alexander Ossipov (TOTUR) | RAN | Iva Milanova | Russell Jacobs | Karen Kanas | Alex Nemirovsky | Rodrigo Paredes | Judy Ann Filipich | Akihito Izumi | Andrew Knox | Dan Aug | Irina Mauler | Alexey SAVART | Meir Raz | Marina Maltezou | Rine Philbin | Picasso Picasso | Sheetal Shaw | Akinori Ohtsuka | Fábio Salun | Hanan Levi | Miguel de la Cruz | Yotta | Patti Hodder | Satoco Yamamoto | Uriy Bykov | Amani Elbayoumi | Flávia Centrone | Mario España | Zie Otto | MrLou | Caroline Degroiselle | Blanca Severo | Anina E. Hathaway | Fariba Baghi | YoungHee Woo | Paul Kittlaus | Yu He | Luisa Vicente Isola

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