Alma Enterprises Gallery was set up in 2004 in East London by art collective LAND which included Ben Tomlinson, Charlie Tweed, Siobhan Wootton and Sara Watkins. The current space is situated on Glasshill Street, Southwark - we moved from our previous space at 1 Vyner Street in May 2009.
We have traditionally worked with artists concerned with notions of performativity and have encouraged a site-specific consideration to the inception of the work shown.
Established and emerging artists will continue to be shown and will add to the impressive roster of past artists such as Brian Catling, Richard Grayson, Hayley Newman, Michael Curran, William Hunt, Suzanne Treister, William Daniels, Ludo Mich, Jem Finer, Kim Noble, Thomas Altheimer, Gayle Chong Kwan, David Blandy, Laura Parnes, AKA Joey, Fritz Welch, Chris Peck, allsopp&weir, Rod Dickinson, Katie Cuddon, Jennet Thomas and Paul Tarrago.
This new incarnation of Alma Enterprises Gallery has a simple manifesto:
A principal construct of working with individual artists showing singular pieces of work as a result of a lengthy engagement with the space.
Alma Enterprises is a non for profit gallery who's key focus is upon providing artists with the opportunity and space to develop new work.
Alma is supported by the Artists' Studio Company
Director- Benedict Tomlinson
Gallery Manager- Sarah Tew
Gallery Assistant- Amber Ablett
Video Archivist- Jack Davies