Alma Allen
Installation View
January 10February 28, 2015

Alma Allen
Born in 1970

Education
Self-taught

Lives and works in Joshua Tree, CA

 

One-Person Exhibitions

2015
Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA

2009
Heath Ceramics, Los Angeles, CA
Hoodoos by Alma Allen, Play Mountain, Tokyo, Japan

2008
Sucking the Universe, Anthony Greaney Gallery, Boston, MA

1996
Aron Packer Gallery, Chicago, IL

1994
Aron Packer Gallery, Chicago, IL

1991
Cordell Taylor Gallery, Salt Lake City, UT

 

Group Exhibitions

2014
Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

2012
Function Dysfunction: Alma Allen, Ani Kasten, Adam Silverman, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2010
Alma + Adam + Commune + This Show, Heath Ceramics, Los Angeles, CA

2005
Pearce, Los Angeles, CA

2004
Pearce, Los Angeles, CA

2003
Pearce, Los Angeles, CA

2002
Pearce, Los Angeles, CA

1997
Charles Cowles Gallery, New York, NY

 

Articles and Reviews

2015 
Berardini, Andrew. "Alma Allen." Artforum.com, viewed January 19, 2015.
Browne, Alix. "Alma Allen Has Come a Long Way." W Magazine, January 12, 2015.
Griffin, Jonathan. "The Quiet Life: Artists and the Freedom of the Desert." Frieze, no. 168 (January-February 2015): 11. 
Miranda, Carolina. "Alma Allen's Abstract Sculptures Channel Nature's Power at Blum & Poe." LATimes.com, January 16, 2015. 

2014
Bodin, Claudia. “Der Letzte Tango.” Art Magazine, March 12, 2014.
Croak, James. “Sent Back to the Minors: A Review of the Whitney Biennial.” Hamptons Art Hub, April 7, 2014.
Dobbins, Zack. "Bronze Beauties." Gulfshore Life, October 13, 2014.
Lacayo, Richard. “5 Best Works at the Whitney Biennial.” Time Magazine, March 31, 2014.
Perl, Jed. “Whitney Biennial: The Most Narcissistic of All New York Art World Events.” New Republic, March 6, 2014.
Tyrnauer, Matt. “Diamond in the Rough.” T Magazine (blog), April 11, 2014.

2012
Okamoto, Hitoshi. “Interview 02: Alma Allen.” Casa Brutus (extra issue), March 2012, 76-77.