Art Advisor Tips

Valentine’s Day: The Best Art Gifts Ideas

Gifting art on Valentine’s Day is a unique and thoughtful way to express love and appreciation. Unlike traditional presents, art carries a timeless quality that transcends fleeting trends and captures the essence of emotions. A carefully chosen piece can serve as a lasting reminder of the depth and sincerity of your feelings, creating a memory your sweetheart will cherish forever.

Published on February 14, 2024

New and Just for You: Holiday Gift Guide ♥

From luxury lookers to scoop-me-up minis, when it comes to your holiday gift list, we’ve got you covered.

Published on November 23, 2023

Look-back: Affordable Art Fair | New York | September 23 – 25, 2022

In September Agora Gallery made its way back to the Metropolitan Pavilion, home to the New York Affordable Art Fair, presenting an exhilarating selection of original contemporary artworks in a variety of media.

Published on October 29, 2022

Artist Spotlight

Anita Thevissen: The Human Body and Minimal Surrealism

Anita Thevissen harnesses the versatility of water-based media to unravel themes of femininity, psychology, and social alienation.

Published on January 4, 2024

Belle Roth: Celebrating Life’s Imperfections Through Abstract Art 

Filipina artist Belle Roth makes exuberant abstract paintings that uplift the spirit and mend the soul.

Published on December 8, 2023

Abstract Perspectives: A Conversation With Ellen Globokar, Ai-Wen Wu Kratz, and Mark Schiff 

“It is like a poet or a composer in music to create a work from imagination. An abstract painter is a painter who has the skill to create a visual presence from nothingness.” – Ai-Wen Wu Kratz

Published on October 31, 2023

Curated Spaces

Abstract Art: Then and Now

Visionaries such as Hilma af Klint and Wassily Kandinsky created paintings that challenged traditional aesthetics and defied representational art. Their profound impact on art history is not only evident through their works but also through the enduring legacy carried forward by contemporary artists today.

Published on November 25, 2023

Beyond Blueprints: Artists Redefining Architecture Through Captivating Canvases

Discover how artists incorporate architectural elements into their aesthetic visions.

Published on August 5, 2023

How to Start Collecting Art: A Beginner’s Guide

There has never been a better time to starting collecting art!

Published on April 2, 2020

Kaleidoscope

The Symbiotic Dance of Art and Science

Art and science converge in a pas de deux, where imagination and exploration meet to shape our understanding of the world. Together, these disciplines collaborate harmoniously to elucidate a wide spectrum of concepts, spanning from pressing environmental issues to the intricacies of biological anatomy. 

Published on October 11, 2023

Symbolism in Contemporary Art: A Continuum of Coded Language

As the world becomes more interconnected and diverse, contemporary artists embrace symbolism as a means to transcend cultural boundaries and tap into the shared human experience.

Published on September 19, 2023

Agora Gallery Returns to the New York Affordable Art Fair With a Fresh Lineup of Contemporary Works

Fall is an exciting time of year for the New York art world. Galleries kickstart their programs with hundreds of exhibition openings and events and the city gears up for the first round of international art fairs, which attract thousands of art lovers, collectors, and industry professionals every year.

Published on September 13, 2023

The Art Historian

The Language of Love in Art: Decoding Symbolism and Imagery

From ancient fertility symbols to contemporary digital sculptures, artists have used their skills to explore, challenge, and celebrate what love is and what it looks like. Much like art, love is unquantifiable. Many have tried, as evidenced by art history. Through symbolism and imagery, love in art is a dynamic force representative of the times—always enduring and transforming.

Published on February 2, 2024

The History of Art Collecting: Exploring the Ancient Greek Origins

The History of Art Collecting trilogy presents a series of articles outlining the art collection as we know it today. In the first part, we highlight collecting practices from antiquity to the Renaissance.

Published on January 25, 2024

Trending Articles

Traveling Without Moving

In lieu of going places, the demand for art inspired by travel and wanderlust is at an all-time high.

Published on August 19, 2021

Miami Art Week: Looking Back

A must-go for art galleries and professionals: Miami Art Week, as lived by Gabriella Mazza, Agora Gallery’s Artist Liaison.

Published on December 30, 2021

New York’s Pioneer Women Gallerists

To celebrate Women’s History Month, we’re going to explore the stories of New York’s pioneer women gallerists

Published on March 1, 2022