Park West Features First-Ever Ron Agam Exhibition and Sale
Park West Gallery is holding its premiere exhibition featuring the mesmerizing art of Ron Agam, and we’re celebrating with a limited-time sale.
Our newest Spring Sale collection showcases 45 three-dimensional kinetic (3-DK) works by Ron, ranging from unique art to limited-edition lenticular works. This sale will only be available for the next two weeks, so view the full collection here before it’s gone.
Ron is the son of Yaacov Agam, the internationally renowned pioneer of the kinetic art movement. Following a successful career as a photographer, Ron decided at the age of 52 to shift his focus to the world of fine art. What followed was an outpouring of creativity that led him to experimenting with color fields, abstract geometry, and optical illusions.
By using the kinetic art movement innovated by his father as the basis for his inspiration, Ron has created a body of work that echoes his father’s vision and brings new energy to the movement.
“It’s extremely rare in any field for someone to be at the top of their game and have their children follow the same path with an equal amount of talent, passion, and vigor,” says Park West Gallery Director David Gorman. “Yaacov Agam, one of the most important living artists today, has the unique pleasure of passing the proverbial torch to his son. Ron Agam, in turn, is taking that legacy and transforming it into a very thrilling, singular body of work.”
Ron’s 3-DK art comes to life before your eyes as you move past it. Merely taking a few steps to view the art at a different angle causes the colors to transform into new hues while shapes shift and rotate. Ron says he hopes to inspire introspection in his collectors by evoking a sense of harmony and wonder.
“It’s an escape that I hope helps them develop their own imagination and personal possibilities,” Ron says.
For a limited time, collectors will have access to 33 limited-edition works and 12 unique works from Ron. While the limited-edition works share the same names, observant viewers will find that each version has subtle variations that add a new dimension to them.
Each lenticular work in this collection invokes multiple levels of movement through simple geometric shapes, colorful abstractions, and complex patterns that seem to extend beyond the frame.
With a technique that blends traditional art techniques with modern technology, Ron has created a fresh take on the kinetic art movement—one that collectors have enthusiastically embraced.
“No one but the Agams can create artwork like this, and it’s exciting to see how Ron Agam will continue to evolve kinetic art,” Gorman says.
For information on how to collect the works of Ron Agam, contact our gallery consultants at (800) 521-9654 ext. 4 or firstname.lastname@example.org.