Quo Vadis?: Z. Todorova / a Solo Exhibition in NYC
Chelsea's Agora Gallery will feature Bulgarian artist Z. Todorova, in Quo Vadis?: a Solo Exhibition. The exhibition is scheduled to run from November 29, 2011 through December 20, 2011. The gallery is open Tues-Sat 11am-6pm. The opening reception will take place on Thursday, December 1, 2011. Entrance is free and art lovers are warmly invited to attend.
- New York, NY (1888PressRelease) November 22, 2011 - Bulgarian artist Z. Todorova creates mixed media paintings that explore both the figurative and the abstract to delve into the heart of the human experience and our place on this planet. Infusing her work with a proliferation of metaphors and symbols, she investigates the inseparable connection between Earth and humanity, the "we" that has come to define what we are. For Todorova, this extends beyond a surface relationship to the spirit that lies behind the mask we all wear: the essence of our being versus the face we wish to show the world, and "the inseparable symbiosis of man connected to the Earth."
In Todorova's paintings, figural silhouettes configured in expressionist poses are set against earthy backgrounds in warm tones such as rust, orange, and ochre. With a strong emphasis on form, she combines a variety of different materials, techniques, and styles to construct her "people without faces." Each work is intended to elicit a response from the viewer, to inspire them to think about who they are and what they really want from life - because, in the end, Todorova reminds us, we are all connected.
Exhibition Dates: November 29 - December 20, 2011
Reception: Thursday, December 1, 2011, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Gallery Location: 530 West 25th St, New York City
Gallery Hours: Tues - Sat, 11a.m. - 6 p.m.
Event URL: http://www.agora-gallery.com/artistpage/Z._Todorova.aspx
About the Exhibition
Brighten up your winter days by visiting Agora Gallery to view four new exhibitions. The Pursuit of Excellence: an Exhibition of Contemporary Russian Art displays the powerful, passionate creations of talented Russian artists. Labyrinth of Abstraction introduces work which will inspire and enlighten, as artists explore varied techniques and media to express their fascinating ideas and feelings. You will be enthralled by the work in Idiosyncratic Expressions, which represents the personal insights and emotions of dynamic, compelling artists. There is also a delightful and memorable solo exhibition, Quo Vadis?, which presents the work of remarkable artist Z. Todorova who investigates the deep connections between humanity and the world in which we live.
The Pursuit of Excellence: an Exhibition of Contemporary Russian Art
Ivan Erastov | Dmitri Freund | Tamara Grizjuk | Eugeniya Infelicina | Igor Nelubovich | Igor Petrov | Valery Zharkih | Mikhail Zhirmunsky
Quo Vadis?: Z. Todorova / a Solo Exhibition
Labyrinth of Abstraction
Deborah Jean Burdin | Soco Freire | Kristina Garon | Dolores Gonzalez |
Margaretha Gubernale | Rob Heath | Hyung Jin Park | Hoa Vu
Eduard Anikonov | Hilary J. England | Julius Fürjes | Claude Mailhot | Marty Poorter | Chris Schäffeler | Carol J. Walker | De`Nica Watts
About Agora Gallery
Agora Gallery is a fine art gallery, established in 1984 and located in the heart of New York City's Chelsea art galleries district. It is famous for showcasing a spectacular array of talented artists from around the world and around the corner, while providing quality and original art to collectors. Gallery II, an elegant adjacent gallery space, gives artists the ideal area for a solo or group exhibition of their own, organized and publicized by Agora Gallery. The gallery also publishes ARTisSpectrum Magazine, a bi-annual magazine that is distributed to museums, galleries, art institutions and art schools around the world. It provides artists, collectors, museums, galleries, art organizations and enthusiasts with access to the work of international talented artists as well as feature articles, reviews and interviews. Agora Gallery is also the sponsor of ARTmine, one of the most comprehensive resources available worldwide to view and purchase fine art. The gallery also runs Agora Art Blog, a blog designed to provide helpful information and advice for artists while providing a forum for artists to help one another by sharing their experiences and thoughts.