FORM & CONCEPT
435 South Guadalupe Street, Floor 1
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Tues - Sat: 10am - 5pm MT
form & concept challenges the perceived divisions between craft, design and art.
We dispute the historic use of these terms to classify 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.
We are two galleries under one roof.
WE ARE Located on indigenous land.
form & concept is located on unceded lands of the Tewa people, O’gah’poh geh Owingeh (White Shell Water Place), also known as Santa Fe, New Mexico. This is the context in which we create, curate and live, and we strive to honor the ancestral stewards of this place.
Sandy Zane | Owner
Jordan Eddy | Director
Brad Hart | Operations Director
Isabella Beroutsos | Sales Manager & Museum Liaison
Delaney Hoffman | Sales & Marketing Associate
Jess Zeglin | Gallery Administrator
Tiana Japp | Sales & Events Assistant
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.
Artists of all stripes.
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 the directors of No Land art space and the founders of Weaving to Code, Coding to Weave.
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 We Are The Seeds and Wild Pigment Project.