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Michele Rocca in a collective exhibition “Unbound Perspectives

Published Thursday November 29 2012


is pleased to announce the opening and exhibition featuring Luxembourg artist

Michele Rocca

in  collective exhibition “Unbound Perspectives” at the

Agora Gallery 

(Chelsea – 530 West 25th Street – between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues – New York, NY 10004) 


Opening Reception: Thursday, November 29, 2012 -   6pm to 8pm

Exhibition: November 27 to December 18, 2012

Vajrapani  - Acrylic & Pastel on Canvas - 40” x 28”


“Une expression qui invite à la méditation” LA VOIX – LUXEMBOURG by Isabelle Ducreuzet


Michele Roc ca paints intimate, thoughtful pieces that resonate with her poignant understanding of the human condition. Earth tones and cool colors blend to portray moments of humanity – difficult situations, transcendence, or simple everyday life – and form a lasting connection with the viewer. “We are all connected [to] each other in the background of All,” she says. “My approach [to] art draws from that energy flow.” Rocca’s work has a movement, a rhythm that pulls people in, communicating that sense of interconnectedness. Not all of her work is figurative, nor does she limit herself to one medium, but all of her art has a delicate painterly quality that pervades even her most abstract canvases.

Rocca was born in Madagascar, and growing up there has had a profound impact on her work. She currently lives in Luxembourg, and has participated in numerous shows and exhibitions. Recently, the artist has branched out from oils into acrylics and pastels, and she enjoys experiencing new tactile sensations and feedback from those media.     and



Gallery Hours:  Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 6pm
 Contact Information:  Tel: (+1) 212-226-4151  - Fax: (+1)212-966-4380
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Subway information: If you are in New York, the gallery is easily accessible from the trains.
                                      Get off at the 23rd street stop, exit at the 25th street exit, and walk 2 1/2 blocks west