Art news from around the world: New York’s NADA art fair shows increased maturity – though also increased conservatism. Despite widespread funding cuts, European countries continue to invest in Venice Biennale pavilions. Auction world records at Christie’s last week. NY’s
The latest issue of Agora Gallery‘s well-known contemporary fine art magazine, ARTisSpectrum, will be out soon! If you’ve subscribed, it should be arriving in your mailbox anytime – and if you haven’t, now is the perfect opportunity to subscribe! You
Art news from around the world: ‘Something for everyone’ at Frieze New York while changes lie ahead for London Frieze. ‘China is a very complicated place’ but there are opportunities for artists to explore both China and its art world.
This May, enjoy the spring feeling to the full with the lively, refreshing works on display at Agora Gallery. Experience the work of artists from Australia and New Zealand in one exhibition, and find inspiration in the dynamic art shown
Art news from around the world: Van Gogh’s paintings don’t lack color now – but they were originally even brighter. The UK’s new ‘Instagram Act’ and the threat that it poses to artists. Budget problems mean sequester closes at the
You’ve probably heard of Kickstarter. It’s been around for about four years now, and has helped projects ranging from artists looking for funding for new materials, to video artists hoping to create a film, to bands looking to fund a
At Agora Gallery, we’re great believers in giving back to the community, so we love to hear about and participate in initiatives designed to do just that. From volunteering to sponsored walks to donating proceeds from art sales to worthwhile
Art news from around the world: This year’s Turner Prize nominations come with an international flavor and a sense of humor. Despite the fear of repression in the future, Egyptian artists revel in the new-found freedom to perform and exhibit.
This spring, Agora Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of ‘Stephen Tobin: the natural instincts of nature – a solo exhibition’. The exhibition will begin on May 11, 2013 and run until May 31, 2013, with an opening reception
Art news from around the world: The gender gap narrows – the art of female artists is starting to sell for more. Danish museums trial a project that lets visitors comment on the artworks – and share their thoughts with