Gallery Agniel has closed its doors as of January 2007.
Agniel, however, will continue to represent the painter Thomas Sgouros with whom she is working on a book to be published in 2008. To view work by Sgouros by private appointment or for information on any of the artists that the gallery has exhibited please contact Sara Agniel at 401-272-1522 or email@example.com.
THIS JULY WE ARE PLEASED TO BE CO-PRODUCING A SHOW OF NEW WORK BY THOMAS SGOUROS IN NEWPORT WITH DIDI SUYDAM CONTEMPORARY IN THEIR BEAUTIFUL NEW EXHIBITION SPACE AT ONE BANNISTER'S WHARF ON AMERICA'S CUP AVENUE. TO CONTACT DIDI SUYDAM CONTEMPORARY 401-848-9414.
Sara Agniel founded Gallery Agniel in 1998 with a mission to exhibit challenging visual art by living artists and create a public forum for the exchange of ideas in an atmosphere that brings together collectors and artists. Located on Wickenden Street on the East Side of Providence from 1998 to 2001, the gallery later became known for producing temporary exhibitions that placed visual art in unusual and provocative architectural environments. From 2004 - 2006 Gallery Agniel was located at 120 North Main Street at the foot of College Hill in Providence in a shared exhibition space with contemporary jewelry gallery Martina & Company.