May 2023 - Agora newsletter - iFrame

 

Spring is in full bloom in New York and the new season casts a radiant light on the vibrant art scene of Chelsea! At Agora Gallery, we are thrilled to present our latest exhibition, "A Little Serendipity," a remarkable collection of artworks that celebrate the beauty of chance encounters and unexpected discoveries.

In "A Little Serendipity," our talented artists have masterfully captured moments of serendipity through their captivating creations. Each artwork tells a unique story, inviting you to explore the harmonious blend of colors, textures, and concepts. From vibrant abstract paintings to intricately sculpted forms, this exhibition is a testament to the power of art to evoke emotion and spark the imagination.

While many of the remarkable works on view have already found their forever homes, we encourage you to immerse yourself in the remaining pieces, each brimming with its own allure. Don't miss this opportunity to witness the beauty that resides in chance encounters, where art and destiny intertwine.
Stay tuned for upcoming events, artist talks, and exclusive previews of our future exhibitions. Join us on this extraordinary journey as we continue to curate an inspiring space where art lovers and creators converge.

We look forward to sharing the magic of art with you at Agora Gallery!

 
May News Roundup
 
From an international effort to combat the illegal trafficking of cultural goods to homes listed among the most endangered historical sites in the US, here is the May news roundup.
 

How to Receive Criticism as an Artist

Receiving art criticism about your work can be a challenging experience, but learning when and how to incorporate this into your practice can be an incredible way to grow. Meaningful criticism can be an essential tool for improving your craft and advancing your career.
 

The Somber Sculture of Jerry Atkins

Jerry Atkins’ perception of the mind, in combination with his thoughts about original sin and human nature, translates into an oeuvre that portrays mankind’s never-ending struggle to make sense of the world.
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