If you’re wilting in the summer heat and need something to blow a fresh breeze through your mind and fill you with renewed energy, look no further than the August exhibit at Agora Gallery. In addition to the Competition exhibition,
Art news from around the world: So LA MOCA will be looking out for a new chief curator, after all. Who’s really on trial in Russia’s Pussy Riot proceedings? Should public art come with an expiry date? Or at least
A memorable and exciting exhibition is coming to Agora Gallery soon, a show that focuses entirely on the artwork of artists who were specifically selected by an art expert for this chance to present their work in New York. It’s
Art news from around the world: Director Deitch defends his decisions – and MOCA’s exhibitions. Tehran… Sitting on a gold mine of modern art. No, really. Top cultural figures warn of the threat the economic situation poses to Spain’s art.
Gail Elwell, one of Agora Gallery’s talented represented artists, works in an unusual way, starting with raw materials from her garden and the world around her, and transforming these humble things into artworks that both reflect and transcend their origins.
Art news from around the world: The upcoming elections and the arts – a handy tool to help you see what your elected officials have done for the arts. The Athens art scene is… flourishing. Did you know that for
It’s July, and to children all over America, and in much of the world, that means just one thing: summer vacation! Many of us, including the staff here at Agora Gallery where we sometimes indulge in nostalgic discussions as the
Art news from around the world: Looking at LA MOCA’s meltdown as part of a bigger picture. The Met gets a LOT of visitors in a year – even more than you might expect. Of art museums only the Louvre
Three lively, fresh new exhibits are coming to Agora Gallery this summer. They are collective exhibitions, and display a vibrant variety of styles, colors and mediums that will be able to appeal to every preference and perspective. The exhibitions open
Art news from around the world: South Carolina Governor tries to veto her state’s art funding. After Islamist protests, artists in Tunis aren’t sure of their own safety. New York is to get its first street art auction. The UK