Agora Gallery

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Agora Gallery information

New York City , USA
Street 530 W 25th St
+1 212 226 4151
Getting there
underground rail C, E to 23rd St
More information
admission free
Opening hours
11am-6pm Tue-Sat
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Lonely Planet review

A socially progressive gallery open since the '80s, Agora's big white space features international artists with perspectives on global warming, education, feminism, human rights and other issues. It also hosts the annual Chelsea International Fine Arts competition and publishes ARTis Spectrum magazine. Recent exhibits include an homage to French painters and sculptors like Laurence Brisson and Elisabeth Guerrier, and a look at the vivid works of Ruth Gilmore Langs. Agora also won raves in 2010 for a long-term exhibit of the Lego art of Nathan Sawaya, who constructed life-sized Lego people for his wacky show.