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Agora Gallery: Figurative Gestures

New York, NY

530 West 25th Street
New York, NY 10001

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PHONE (212) 226-4151


"Figurative Gestures"
Exhibition Dates: 5/4/2007 - 5/24/2007
Exploring the fundamental relationship between humans and nature each piece is full of motion, tension, and transformation. Women are presented in glorious stances, flaunting their natural strength and emotional depth. The works are beautiful and haunting. Textures and impeccable composition all gather in to enchant the viewer.
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 10, 2007 6-8 PM

Established in 1984, Agora Gallery is dedicated to the promotion of national and international contemporary artists. The Gallery caters to the taste and trends of the sophisticated New York art market and the Gallery's discerning worldwide collector base. The Gallery's wide client-base includes private collectors, art consultants, corporate art consultants, architects and interior designers as well as business, government, diplomatic and social VIPs. Agora Gallery offers the client an extraordinary opportunity to acquire some of the most carefully curated art in the contemporary, global art market. Agora Gallery is located in Chelsea at the center of the art community and within close proximity to the Chelsea Museum of Fine Art and the DIA Center for the Arts among others.

Gallery Staff:
Agora Gallery prides itself on its experienced and knowledgeable staff. Angela Di Bello, Gallery Director, Brings to Agora Gallery over 25 years of experience in the New York art market, as a private and corporate fine art consultant and as a fine art administrator; representing artists and placing their work with many Fortune 500 companies including AT&T, British Airways, The Federal Reserve Bank of NY, and Pfizer Corp Inc, as well as prominent private art collections. As the director of the prestigious Gallery at Lincoln Center, Ms. Di Bello was instrumental in developing the careers of numerous artists; placing paintings, sculpture, and photography with significant collectors. While at Lincoln Center, she also established the Metropolitan Opera Guild Print Program.

Susan Lora, Exhibition Coordinator, Joins Agora Gallery as Exhibition Coordinator after working more then 18 years in the legal, arts & entertainment fields. Susan's experience is broad and includes being involved with sales, office management, event planning, shipping, database management and employee training. She has traveled extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe.

Irene Khaytman, PR Coordinator, Studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Irene has lived on three different continents and has experienced various cultures and artistic styles. Her experience ranges from international communications to fine art and theater design.

Erin O'Neill, Assistant Director, received her undergraduate degree in English and Studio Art from Queens College. She has also studied Graphic Design and has previously worked in retail and research administration and has traveled in Ireland, France, Italy and Holland.

Kelly Burns, Graphic Designer, is an artist and graphic designer who studied at the School of Visual Arts and the Art Students League in New York. In 2003 he self-published a book of his photographs titled, "I NY - New York Street Art". A revised edtion was recently published by Die Gestalten Verlag.

Mary Ellen Henderson, Gallery Assistant, is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a major in History and minor in Art History. Previously she has worked in retail and other service industries and has traveled throughout Europe.

Gallery Hours:
Tue-Sat, 11 am - 6 pm

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