A Collective Exhibition in Three Parts

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A Collective Exhibition in Three Parts

530 West 25th Street
NYC, NY 10001
February 29th, 2008 - March 20th, 2008
Opening: March 6th, 2008 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 6pm




THURSDAY, March 6, 2008, 06-08 pm

NEW YORK, NY -The Agora Gallery (530 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York, NY, 10001) is proud to present a collective exhibition, scheduled to run from February 29th through March 20th. The collection will feature the captivating works of innovative and talented artists from around the world.  


Elemental Realms


Featured Artists: Eileen Berger, Sema Culam, Susana Guardiola, Mustafa Gunen, James Christopher Hill, Marinella, Grace McKee


Cool, forest rivers and soulful, glowing sunsets will breath life into audiences as they experience Agora Gallery's Elemental Realms. This selection of gifted artists offers their visions of an untarnished natural world with crystalline clarity and a palpable brilliance. Beyond mere landscape painting, the artworks tap into the timeless spirit that connects all living things


Altered States of Reality

Featured Artists: Dariya Afanaseva, Greg Frumen, John Lynch, Piero Manrique, SHALANG


Agora Gallery's spellbinding selection of paintings is by a combination of highly imaginative artists who chose to explore the mysterious awareness residing between the inner and outer worlds. Utilizing a range of styles, with elements of fantasy, surrealism, and abstraction, these painters attempt to comprehend the nature of perception and the interminable possibilities beyond the mundane


Figuratively Speaking

Featured Artists: Yaron Ari, Corinne Boureau, D. Loren Champlin, Karen Jarvis, Liu Ji, Gretchen Reynolds, Sain Morar


The human figure has been the fundamental muse for as long as people have been creating art. Far from the caves and rocks on which we first scrawled, the artists in Figuratively Speaking have developed a sophisticated language to explore the human condition through a variety of figurative studies. Each image is a highly personal, riveting look into the ongoing process of living.