December 2022 - Agora newsletter - iFrame


This month, Agora Gallery brings you a bit of holiday cheer! Whether you are staycationing in the City or off to sunnier destinations, we deliver creative excitement at your fingertips.

Today, December 20, is the last day to see Mirror, Mirror on view at the gallery. The compelling curatorial selection delves into the way we reflect back on the world and society at large, both from a literal and idealistic perspective.

One of the featured artists is American photographer Steven Manolakis, spotlighted in our Collector’s Corner blog. His aerial photographs of remote Australian landscapes capture compositional moments of seamless abstraction in a striking painterly style. You can read the full interview here.

If you are swept up in the holiday rush, not to worry! A new exciting show Certain Fluidities is on the way, opening on Thursday, January 3, with a reception scheduled for January 5. The exhibition groups a diverse range of artists that explore changeability across the physical, psychological, and perceptual.

We hope to see you at the gallery soon. In the meantime, we send you our most heartfelt holiday wishes!

December News Roundup
From an upcoming landmark exhibition of Vincent Van Gogh's work to looted 300-year-old Indian idols found in a collector's house, here is our December news roundup.
Steven Manolakis: Ethereal aerial abstract photography

The aerial photographs of Steven Manolakis record remote landscapes and capture compositional moments of seamless ethereal abstractions. His artwork aims to prove that there is meaning to existence and raises questions as to whether we create the meaning, or if it pre-exists but we distinguish and label it.

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