GR Gallery's Upcoming "Chimera" Exhibit Focuses on Intense Colors & Shapes

Works by pioneering artists 1010, Ron Agam, and Nelio.

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New York City’s GR Gallery will soon launch an upcoming exhibit that spotlights new works by seasoned visual artists 1010, Ron Agam, and Nelio. The meticulously-curated showcase entitled “Chimera” pits the works of all three artists against each other to offer profound contextualizations on color, shape, and material. As for the title of the exhibit, the gallery expressed that it “refers to a visual illusive approach and also reflects and criticizes many aspects of contemporary society.”

View select artworks above and expect “Chimera” to commence on May 3 up until June 10. Visit GR Gallery’s official website to learn more.

In related news, check out this week’s list of the best art you can buy from across the world.

GR Gallery
255 Bowery
New York, NY 10002

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