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 it at bookstores and other institutions around Manhattan, at Agora Gallery, or by mail […]

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Have you seen “A Man Feeding Swans in the Snow”? You almost certainly have – on Facebook, elsewhere online, in a newspaper. It’s an image that swept across the world to international acclaim. Marcin Ryczek, the photographer whose work it is, is one of those artists chosen to display their work in the 2014 Chelsea […]

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Last night, Agora Gallery had the great pleasure of featuring in the annual Chelsea Art Walk, an open event that extends from 16th to 30th Street in Chelsea. After usual business hours, galleries open their doors to the public for panel discussions among artists and specialists, book signings, open studios, and special receptions. At Agora, we invited […]

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“I wanted to be working on the body, a living medium that has something to say” Eponine Saint Hillier is one of Agora Gallery‘s represented artists – and her creative process is innovative, unusual and distinctly eye-catching. She paints the bodies of the models in her images, and photographs them against a background which she […]

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It’s May, and the seasons are changing all over the world – but at Agora Gallery, May means ARTisSpectrum! The latest issue is now out, and as always provides a useful and fascinating insight into the world of fine art and artists. If you’re in New York, you can pick up a copy at Barnes […]

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It’s sometimes said that artists will do anything for inspiration… Well, Agora Gallery is proud to represent Catherine Oberg, an artist who is willing to really go the distance for her art; she travels hundreds of miles to climb volcanoes, and then lets the experience feed into her work. Does she get scared? Read on […]

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