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Agora Gallery

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postposted: 10:40 pm, Jun 26 2006 
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As the Public Relations coordinator for Agora Gallery, I would like to announce our upcoming Collective Contemporary art exhibition which may be of interest to you. The exhibition will showcase the paintings of Marco Antonio Abbagnara and Micol Biasetti, two Italian artists.

Agora Gallery, located at 530 W. 25th St. in Chelsea, is pleased to present Collective Exhibition: Contemporary Art at its Best. The exhibition presents art from an international spectrum of artists, featuring fantastic and mathematical surrealism, dream-inspired art, and abstractions that are both atmospheric and sculptural, possessing an instinctive force and allure of timelessness.

Artist Marco Antonio Abbagnara paints detailed stories, images and metaphors on black iron Monolith plates. This medium adds an ancient quality to his work that compliments his themes of legends and universal experiences such as birth and death. The artist states that his greatest inspiration is “the expression of freedom.” Critics have praised Abbagnara’s work as “deep and introspective,” as well as “rich in symbols and full of emotion.”

The paintings of Micol Biasetti use instinct and imagination to guide the viewer’s senses through the barrage of color and movement contained in each canvas. Sensual, tactile and intense, Micol uses paint to tell a vivid story of emotion by covering, revealing and layering her colors. Micol's work thrives on the canvas, becoming a vivid story open to the viewer’s interpretation.

Click here to view Abbagnara's art:

Click here to view Biasetti's art:

Amanda Aaron
Public Relations
Agora Gallery

530 West 25th Street, in Chelsea, New York
212-226-4151 Ext. 207
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postposted: 6:41 am, Jun 27 2006 
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I like what I see. Perhaps we can come downtown and see the real thing. Thanks for the heads up!! =Peter=
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