We are incredibly proud and elated to unveil our 2022 Fall Collection alongside the opening of Through Time and Spirit, a two-person show featuring Colt Seager and Zachary Weber in our newly minted micro-gallery. This 800 square foot space is situated in the middle of the larger gallery, and will be dedicated to more regularly rotating solo and group shows.
Co-founded by Kimberly Oliva of Oliva Gallery and Gosia Korsakowski of Architectural Anarchy, ALMA Art and Interiors launched in November of 2021 as a pop-up gallery featuring local artists amid vintage and antique furniture. Due to its enormous success, they decided to stay and lease the space, creating one of the largest, most unique, and meticulously curated pairings of vintage and antique furniture with contemporary art.
The 9,000 square foot gallery floor houses dozens of vignettes combining the old and the new to help patrons visualize the pieces in space. In it, one can view an ever-expanding, rotating collection of local, domestic, and international artists—from emerging to late-career—in a plethora of media and format.
Please see event details below:
Opening | Friday, 4 November 2022, 5pm to 9pm CT
Valet parking will be available. Refreshments provided by our neighbor, Marz Brewing. We will also have a live DJ and interactive programming.
Note: Alma is open every Sunday, 12–5pm through March 1, 2023.
We are excited to host dancer and choreographer Irene Hsaio on the dates below. She will perform an original piece in response to Waiting, our most recent sculptural installation by artist Amanda Gentry.
• Friday, 18 November
• Sunday, 20 November
Beate Axmann, Marcus Baccera, Annette Baksinskas, Raquel Barrios, Sharon Bladholm, Elizabeth Brandt, Kate Berry Brown, Elizabeth Burke-Dain, Dan Chambers, William Conger, David Criner, Helen Dannelly, David DeCastro, Sergio Gomez, Kristin Hart, Tracy Ostmann Haschke, Jeffrey Hirst, Azadeh Hussaini, Reza Hosseini, Lynne Miller Jones, Jill King-Wynn, Sally Ko, Adrian Leverkuhn, Vanessa Navarette, Kenny Nguyen, Nathaniel Patschke, Molly Schiff, Colt Seager, Michael Thompson, Janet Trierweiler, and Shiyuan Xu.
Image: Kate Roth