Paris court delivers verdict in Rodin case
After 13 years, courts in France have dismissed a case focusing on the status of a group of sculptures by famed French artist Rodin. It was concluded that because the works were not cast or sold in France, the case does not come under French […]
It’s November, and while people everywhere are wrapping up warmly, at Agora Gallery we’re enjoying the inner glow we get from the publication of our contemporary fine art magazine, ARTisSpectrum, whose 32nd volume has just hit the shelves. You can get […]
Art News From Around the World:
Epic-scale art fraud – this is the woman who really painted all those big-eyed paintings. It wasn’t her husband.
Matured and complex, Chris Ofili’s new exhibit shows the artist – and the […]
Agora Gallery is expanding! We’re all very excited to announce that Agora will be opening a brand new ground floor gallery space, right below our original second floor location. The gallery space that regular visitors know and love will be staying as and where it is – but, in addition, there will be an elegant, […]