form & concept challenges the perceived distinctions between art, craft, and design. We dispute the historic use of these terms to divide artists and rank material culture. Our programming acts as a conversation between many converging disciplines, harnessing the power of contemporary creative practice to shatter entrenched narratives. form & concept mounts exhibitions of regional and international art. We engage the community through educational initiatives including workshops, lectures, and artist residencies.
The gallery is located at 435 S. Guadalupe St. in the Santa Fe Railyard Arts District. We share our headquarters with Zane Bennett Contemporary Art, which exhibits investment-quality works on paper by modern and contemporary masters. The full Zane Bennett Contemporary collection is available to browse online, and selections appear on our second floor.
form & concept
435 South Guadalupe Street, Floor 1
Santa Fe, NM 87501
t: (505) 780.8312
Tues - Sat: 10am - 5pm
William Dunn | Sales | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kylee Aragon Wallis | Curatorial | email@example.com
Shayla Blatchford | Photography | firstname.lastname@example.org
form & concept offers two financing plans for our collectors:
Take it home in a bit.
We provide a 6-month, interest-free payment plan through the gallery. You’ll receive your artwork after your final payment.
Take it home today.
Through our partner Art Money, we can arrange 10-month, interest-free financing with a 10% down payment at purchase. You’ll receive your artwork right away.
Terms apply for both of these plans, so contact us if you’re interested and we’ll fill you in.
We offer paid internship opportunities for current students and recent graduates. We are not currently accepting resumes.
Our 10,000 square foot gallery is available for rental for private parties. Please contact us for more information.
Visual artists, jewelry designers, and craftspeople.
We maintain 10,000 square feet of exhibition space, including a gallery shop featuring wearable and functional art. We host thematic group exhibitions featuring guest artists, and support a small but growing circle of represented artists.
We collaborate with guest curators to organize invitational and juried exhibitions. Part of our work with outside curators involves seeking funding for ambitious projects that wouldn’t normally find a place in the commercial gallery world. Some of the curators we’ve worked with in this capacity include Ginger Dunnill of Broken Boxes Podcast and the directors of Strangers Collective.
Arts organizations without dedicated spaces.
We work with other arts organizations that don’t have dedicated exhibition spaces to host invitational and juried exhibitions. Some of the organizations we’ve worked with in this capacity include Surface Design Association and Smitten Forum.