ARTisSpectrum

is a contemporary art magazine published biannually by Agora Gallery. Filled with profound imagery and engaging articles written by art world professionals, the magazine is a must-read for artists, collectors, interior designers and other art lovers who want to stay tuned to the pulse of the art scene in New York and abroad. ARTisSpectrum provides a glimpse into the lives and work of today’s most talented and exciting artists, and also offers advice to artists on a range of issues.

ARTisSpectrum is available in bookstores throughout the United States, including Barnes & Noble, and is distributed to New York City consulates and hundreds of museums and cultural institutions and societies around the world.

READER'S FEEDBACK
David W. Whitfield

"Yet another excellent edition of this erudite and informative art magazine. It is lavishly illustrated, plus photographs of first nights and even small travelogues on New York. What more could you ask for? A voluminous delight for all art lovers, a beautifully produced magazine not to be missed."

Hao Jing

"Very high quality magazine, contents of the magazine are very interesting! Really allows artists the opportunity to show their works to the world!"

Ian Kingsford-Smith

"ARTisSpectrum makes an ideal vehicle for artists to forward their work. I especially like the online version which makes it easily accessible to friends, curators and gallery owners alike."

Kristina Garon

"I always can't wait to read the new ARTisSpectrum Magazine when it is published. Each time I'm amazed by the creativity and professionalism of the ARTisSpectrum team. Each issue brings pure joy and a learning experience for us artists."

Karen Greville-Smith

"The Healing Power of Art was very interesting for me given the areas I work in within my local community. I love this humanitarian focus to Agora Gallery, which I haven't come across in any other gallery. I was also very pleased to see great photographs as “artworks” alongside paintings. Seeing that photo of the HIghline just makes me want to come to New York and experience it. Fingers crossed I'll make it over the 'pond' early next summer so I can walk along it and pop into Agora Gallery too! Over all I thought the issue was very interesting and I liked the layout."

Brenda Ness-Cooper

"I always enjoy getting to know what my fellow artists around the globe are doing, and I love reading the informative articles."

Paul Hartel

"Another robust issue with great art! Best issue this year, I thought. Really enjoyed the artwork of Koya, Gilberto Gillo, Pierre Leclerc, Concha Osun, Haviv Hauspeter, Colin Grant, and Kristina Garon!"

Michelle Endersby

"Gorgeous and glossy and filled to the brim with exciting artwork from all over the world. Really loved the article “Looking for Renoir in the South of France.”"

Ludmila Kouzmin

"I have enjoyed reading the magazine very much. The profiles of the different artists from all over the world reflect my own thoughts about art. The layout of the magazine is effective in balancing longer articles with shorter profiles. My daughter, who is not an artist, is now "hooked.”"