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form & concept
435 S Guadalupe St Santa Fe
505-982-8111
Tuesday - Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm
Match
Jun 26 - Oct 10 2020 - 21 days left
Collections collide in this summer display incorporating work from both form & concept and Zane Bennett Contemporary Art. Artists: Christo and Mira Burack, Jim Dine and Susan Aaron-Taylor, Wesley Anderegg and Mimmo Paladino, Debra Baxter and Louise Nevelson, Todd Ryan White and Mel Bochner, Jaque Fragua and Ed Ruscha, Sam Gilliam and Heidi Brandow, Erik H. Gellert and Sol LeWitt, Thais Mather and Kiki Smith, Matthew Mullins and Donald Sultan, Nick Cave and Mark Newport, Tom Osgood and Guy Dill, Roberto Matta and Armond Lara, Matthew Szösz and Olafur Eliasson,
Summer Show
Jun 26 - Oct 10 2020 - 21 days left
Artists: Susan Aaron-Taylor, Wesley Anderegg, Debra Baxter, Heidi Brandow, Armond Lara, Thais Mather, Matthew Mullins, Mark Newport, Tom Osgood, Holly Roberts, Matthew Szösz, Todd Ryan White
Live Wire
Jul 31 - Oct 18 2020 - 29 days left
Live Wire will explore fiber's remarkable ability to conduct world-changing ideological currents. Artists: Susan Avishai, Ed Barr, Tamara Burgh, Eva Camacho, Jodi Colella, Erika Diamond, Priscilla Dobler, Jake Dotson, Stephanie Echeveste, Nika Feldman, Susan Ferguson, Wendy Franzen, Erin Galvez, Gini Holmes, Jess Jones, April Jouse, Lisa Klakulak, Stephanie Lerma, C Marquez, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Robin Ossentjuk, Marika Pineda, Sarah Pramuk, Chris Roberts-Antieau, Katrina Ruhmland, Martha Shade, Eli Smith, Amanda Speer, Meghan Udell, Tali Weinberg
We Are The Seeds
Aug 12 - Oct 17 2020 - 28 days left
Now in its fourth year, We Are The Seeds is an arts festival that unites a community of Indigenous creatives in Santa Fe each August. For this companion exhibition, Seeds co-directors Tailinh Agoyo and Paula Mirabal build a dimensional biography of the project’s inception and growth through stories of the artists who’ve contributed along the way. The exhibition opens the night before the 2020 festival launches just a few blocks away in the Santa Fe Railyard Park.
Orlando Dugi : 2020 Capsule Collection
Aug 15 - Sep 19 2020 - Last day
form & concept is thrilled to present, in collaboration with Santa Fe Indian Market, the 2020 Capsule Collection of Diné designer Orlando Dugi.
Brett Kern
Sep 25 - Nov 14 2020
“Something has survived,” reads the tagline for the 1997 movie, Jurassic Park: The Lost World. Undeniably, something has survived: Brett Kern’s infatuation with the pop culture of his formative years. The 80s and 90s are still in full swing in this solo exhibition of ceramic sculptures by the Pittsburgh artist. Keep an eye out for “inflatable” dinosaurs made from porcelain and other critters that captured the imagination of late-20th-century audiences.
Pascal Emmer : Atrium Series
Sep 25 - Nov 14 2020
Pascal Emmer conjuries allegories from the cracked textures, vibrant hues and organic or geologic forms of his ceramics, presented from the perspective of a speculative fiction writer. The Santa Fe artist’s new body of work, sub/terre/fuge, is a speculative tale about transgenic hybridity, mycoremediation, and queer love. It speaks in the language of mycelium—the infinite underground networks that sustain us in a time of irradiated and toxic landscapes. This series of ceramic work is but one branch of a network that dreams of a future otherwise.
In Camera: Craft in Photography
Oct 30 - Dec 23 2020
In Camera is the second in a series of form & concept exhibitions exploring intersections between craft media and photography. In the 2018 show Hand/Eye, artists from across the United States utilized photography at some point in their process to create highly dimensional, craft-based works. In Camera spotlights photographers who work in camera, utilize alternative processes, or physically manipulate their medium in the darkroom, imbuing prints with the handmade quality of craft objects.
Erin Mickelson : Atrium Series
Nov 27 - Jan 23 2021
Erin Mickelson’s work first appeared at form & concept in the 2019 book art exhibition Superscript. She often creates books that serve as initial containers for concepts that leap into other formats. Through installation, projection, and traditional book and print media, this solo exhibition touches on the meaning and mechanics of perception, the way our minds react to dissonance, and the way we each experience time.