A very special and unusual exhibition is coming to Agora Gallery this June. Five-year-old Aelita Andre, whose works made such a splash at her New York debut at Agora Gallery last year, is returning with a new [...]
Following repeated requests from blog readers, Agora Gallery assistant Chiara has agreed to contribute another fascinating episode of Renaissance art and life. As usual, it’s a topic that might strike you as a little surprising – the story of a professional woman artist during the Renaissance.
Itâ€™s May, and that means that we are delighted to announce the biannual publication of Agora Galleryâ€™s contemporary art magazine, ARTisSpectrum. The 27th edition is full of the excellent artist profiles that readers have come to expect, introducing art lovers and collectors to some of the talented international artists [...]
For artists, art is both an expression and a source of inspiration, exploration and communication. For art lovers (and the two are of course not mutually exclusive) art is a rich well of beauty, ingenuity and creativity. Yet it also has another role to play â€“ that of introducing viewers to a particular issue, saying [...]
Using artisans – skilled workers – to aid in the process of creating art has been a common practice in the artist community for centuries. Michelangelo, as is well known, had a large group of artisans working for him who helped him complete the projects that came out of his studio, and many other famous [...]
As we begin to feel that the new year really has started, it seems like a good time to answer one of those questions that so often gets asked by visitors to the gallery and in curious emails. It might even be something that youâ€™ve asked yourself. The question is â€˜What’s it like, working in [...]
It has been another full and memorable year at Agora Gallery. There were a number of small moments which the gallery staff will remember going into the coming year â€“ from little birthday parties for staff members, to sharing cupcakes during a break in a busy day, to the look on a visitorâ€™s face when [...]