“Blossoming Prison” by Wenlu Bao is currently on view and so far many people have already visited and enjoyed her work! Thank you for those who visited the show, if you haven’t checked it out, please make sure to come by as soon as the show will be closing on August 31, 2021. Here is a list of artwork featured in the show. Prints and sticker sets are available along with her original work.
Opening Reception July 31, 2021 5~7PM (Artist will be present)
AG Gallery is pleased to announce its new exhibition “Blossoming Prison” by Wenlu Bao is opening on Saturday July 31, 2021. Exhibition is on view in public at the gallery space and in the gallery show window. Exhibition features her original mixed-media work on Canvases. Please visit AG Gallery and see the exhibition in person.
Wenlu Bao is a mixed-media artist based in Brooklyn. Wenlu’s work mainly concentrates on female inner crisis and disorder. The discovery of hidden contradictions under seemingly peaceful life awakens her and anger coming after that partially forms up her inspirations. She is a young artist, whose works have been exhibited around the US and China and also been featured by Dazed Beauty. A versatile system has been created based on her original pieces. Her website, wearable or portable creations all work together to narrate, which enables her to enter different aspects of the market. Wenlu received her MFA of Photographic and Electronic Media in Maryland Institute College of Art.
AG Gallery is pleased to announce a new exhibition Black Cats just opened at AG Gallery featuring black cat paintings by Agnes Bodor. Exhibition will be on view July 10, 2021 ~ July 26, 2021. The duration of this show is short as another exciting show will be following soon. So please visit AG Gallery sooner than later to enjoy this exhibition.
For those of you who cannot make it to the gallery, we will post pictures of the exhibition soon. Also artwork by Agnes Bodor will be added to your online gallery store shortly.
AG Gallery is pleased to present one-window-exhibition “Drawings by Erica Linnemann”, opening on Friday, May 21, 2021. This exhibition features Linnemann’s recent original imaginary figurative ink drawings. This time we present 15 pieces of her original work in the gallery show window where the guest can view them from the street which makes one of the best show to check out any time of day and in this post Covid-19 lockdown time in New York City. All drawings are installed in vintage frames by selected by artist. Please story by at AG Gallery and enjoy her world. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries for the artworks.
Drawings by Linnemann are available on the AG Gallery’s official online store. AG Gallery is also having an ongoing exhibition by Ken Brown at the downstairs gallery space, please make sure to check both exhibitions if you haven’t already.
Erica Linnemann is an illustrator based in Upper Manhattan. Her drawings attempt to playfully capture mental struggles and everyday experiences. The miniature figures seen in some works represent thoughts, ideas or feelings, depending on the concept or situation.
AG Gallery is pleased to invite you to a new show with Ken Brown’s vintage original silkscreen prints. AG Gallery has been showing Ken Brown since when we were at our older location in Williamsburg. The silkscreen prints are all signed limited edition original, and they are all last one or two pieces. Large prints are all in 24″ x 30″ and Smaller Prints are in 15″ x 19″, 15″ x 20.5″, and 14.5″ x 20.5″.
ABOUT KEN BROWN
Ken Brown (born March 12, 1944, Dayton, Ohio) is an American filmmaker, photographer, cartoonist, and designer. He grew up in Amherst, Massachusetts, relocated to Cambridge, Massachusetts, and currently lives in New York City. He has directed dozens of animations, experimental films and video documentaries over the last four decades. Ken Brown worked on his silkscreen printings in 1990s.
“I’ve worn many different hats over the past 50 years as an artist; cartoonist, photographer, film-maker, designer, merchandiser. No matter the medium, I’ve always tried to make my art accessible to all. I hope you are entertained, inspired, and delighted by this collection of work.” -KEN BROWN
Please visit AG Gallery and check it out the exhibition.