Latin American artists are displaying their contemporary fine art at its best in New York.
The exhibition, Latin American Art was launched this week by west side art center, Agora Gallery with lots of energy and powerful artwork portraying art through various perspectives.
Photo by Niya Sinckler.
Delving into their talented art forms, the exhibit Masters of the Imagination makes you think. The artists capture numerous emotions for the audience. Also art lovers can question and relate to the creation of humanity. Using spectacular skills, the artists dazzle viewers by making them feel something about life and experience as they do the three step gallery walk around the artwork.
Photo from Agora Gallery site.
In addition, The Rhythm of Color, natural tones meet vibrant colors to captivate the mind as one beings to understand and appreciate art work through the use of several hues and textures. The way you look at a piece is different each time. The thing is to look beyond the surface and find a deeper meaning. Various methods were used to create the works and yet each person can find something which they can relate to. It’s a united way of sharing communication.
The featured artists include: Masters of the Imagination, Latin American Fine Art Exhibition are María Eugenia Akel, Cristina Arnedo, Paloma Bernaldo de Quirós, Alessandra Busanelli, Marcela Cadena, Raul Cantu, Omar Diaz-Morales, María Susana Dos Santos, Carmen Erazo, Nicolas Fasolino, Fausto, Maca Fernandez, Cecilia Fernandez Q, Ignacio Hábrika, Karin Himmelman, Blanchard, Alberto Montoreano, Andre Netto, Rosa Olivo, Diego Quintavalle, Juan G. Restrepo, Jorge Riva, Gabriela Robin, Carlos Sucre, Wladimir Tasoff, and Jimena Vilchez.
For the exhibition, The Rhythm of Color, the main artists are Madeleine Arnett, Briggitte Lazo – Blazo, Weeda Hamdan, Mireille Ligterink, Fred Mou, Christian Perez de Carvasal, John Stevenson.
All photos from Agora Gallery site.
For a visit to the museum, take the 1 train to 23rd Street & 7th Avenue. Walk about two and a half blocks. Head to 530 West 25th Street New York, NY 10001 located in the Chelsea district. Admission is free.
Remember quote: “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” by Edgar Degas.