Alma Gallery represents and exhibits some of the most prominent contemporary Greek and international artists. The gallery occupies two locations, in Trikala and in Athens.
Maria Almpani first opened Alma in 2010, in the heart of Trikala. The gallery quickly earned acclaim for displaying the work of both established and emerging Greek artists who use a wide range of media. Significant exhibitions succeeded one another, including Manolis Charos & Pavlos Samios (2010), Almost in Parallel (2011), Suspensions (2012), Odyssey (2013) and Kaleidoscope (2015), among many others. Exhibiting artists included Pavlos Samios, Manolis Zacharioudakis, Manolis Charos, Dimosthenes Kokkinides, Michalis Manousakis, Angelos Antonopoulos, Xenophontas Bitsikas and Yorgos Milios.
In early 2015, the gallery expanded by opening a second exhibition space in the area of Kolonaki, Athens. It continues to organise important solo and group exhibitions, showcasing the work of emerging and established Greek and international artists, including Haralabos Katsatsides, Tassos Misouras, Andreas Vousouras, Yorgos Kazazis, Gogo Ieromonachou and Vana Fertaki.
Since its inception, Alma Athens has committed itself to supporting innovative emerging talent and regularly participates in international art fairs such as Discovery Frankfurt, Art Market Budapest, Frame Art Basel and Art Athina, all the while promoting groundbreaking artistic vision beyond the Greek border.
Alma hosts an ambitious programme of exhibitions every year, aiming to foster the public’s appreciation for Greek contemporary art and to highlight the ongoing dialogue between Greek and international contemporary artists.