Agora Gallery Representation

Agora Gallery Photo
photo courtesy of Agora Gallery

I am thrilled to announce that I am now represented by Agora Gallery in New York City, a contemporary fine art gallery established in 1984 that specializes in the promotion of works by national and international artists, providing original fine art to established and emerging collectors.

Agora’s director, Angela di Bello, has selected ten of my photographs to be offered on the gallery’s website. And from July 29th through August 19th my works will be on display in Agora’s upcoming exhibition The Substance of Form. This collection of ten images, to be offered in limited editions of 25, has just gone live online and I invite you to peruse them on my very own ARTmine artist’s page for Carol Brooks Parker.

More details will be forthcoming; I have been working diligently getting up to speed in support of this exciting turn of events. First, of course, I had to select and fine-tune the portfolio of images to be submitted for Agora’s consideration. Upon acceptance, I have been generating source material for a biography, artist’s statement and press release, all of which are still in process.

Agora Gallery is an elegant spacious 8,000 square foot fine art gallery located in the heart of Chelsea which, with 500 galleries, is the major art district in NYC showing primarily the work of emerging and recently established artists. Agora Gallery offers a wide spectrum of additional resources dedicated to connecting artists with collectors worldwide. In addition to a dynamic schedule of fine art exhibitions, additional exposure is provided via Agora’s ARTisSpectrum Magazine and the website which is one of the most comprehensive resources available worldwide for locating contemporary fine art for sale. Agora also hosts the annual Chelsea International Fine Art Competition and has multiple social media presences, including a Facebook page, a Twitter feed @Agora_gallery, an artist’s blog, and more.

I am thrilled to have been accepted into the fold and I’m already working on travel plans for the artist’s reception scheduled for July 31!

8 thoughts on “Agora Gallery Representation”

  1. You Go Girl, You’re the Bomb! Can’t tell you how much I’ve enjoyed your travel photos and logs.
    You’ve got a real nack for it, and belong on National Geographic’s staff. You really are that good.
    Thanks for sharing your delightful adventures, can’t wait for the next post. Congrat’s, Gordon

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  2. This is wonderful news! For those who are unfamiliar with Carol Parker’s work, you are in for a treat ….. like going to a private National Geographic show, perhaps better!

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