Jim Campbell, ‘Home Movies, Pause (David)‘, 2014. Copyright the artist. Courtesy of Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
Carl & Marilynn Thoma
Art House Santa Fe:
231 Delgado Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
United States of America
Contact Arthouse

Orange Door:
Chicago, Illinois
Contact Orange Door
Art House Santa Fe:
Thurs–Sat: 10am–5pm

Orange Door Chicago:
By group appointment only

Thoma Foundation – Chicago & Santa Fe

Two intimate art spaces that encourage dialogue between work and viewer

Since 1975 collector couple Carl and Marilynn Thoma have built a diverse collection with over five hundred works, often in highly specialized areas that require a deep level of dedication. Ranging from digital and software art, Japanese bamboo sculptures, Colorfield paintings, and one of the world’s largest Spanish Colonial painting collections, to name just a few areas, the Thoma’s collection is impressive. The collection, which is continually growing, was made publicly accessible with the opening of the Thoma Art Foundation in 2014. The foundation has two different sites: Orange Door in Chicago and the Art House in Santa Fe. Art House is a traditional adobe house that has been converted into a contemporary art space and it is located in the historic Canyon Road arts district. The Art House focuses on the contemporary collections featuring digital art, light installations and color field works. Orange Door, open by appointment only, is housed in an old warehouse space and exhibits work from all areas of the collection. Exhibitions change annually in both locations. 

Anne Reimers is a London-based art historian and journalist, reporting since 2006 on art auctions, fairs, and exhibitions in the British capital. She is also Senior Lecturer for Visual Culture and Fashion Theory at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) in Rochester, England.

More information on thomafoundation.org

Jim Campbell, ‘Home Movies, Pause (David)‘, 2014. Copyright the artist. Courtesy of Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
Leo Villlareal, ‘Double Scamble, 2013. Copyright the artist. Courtesy CONNERSMITH. Photo: James Ewing
Installation view at Art House Santa Fe of Jim Campbell’s work. Copyright the artist. Courtesy Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
Installation view at Art House Santa Fe. Copyright the artist. Courtesy CONNERSMITH. Photo: James Ewing
Dan Flavin, ‘Untitled (in honor of Leo at the 30th anniversary of his gallery), 1987 Untitled (to Charlotte), 1987’. Photo: Joseph Rynkiewicz – © Estate of Dan Flavin / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2017
Installation view at Orange Door. (back wall): Jennifer Steinkamp, ‘Bouquet 1‘, 2013. (Right wall): Spencer Finch, ‘Fire (After Joseph Wright of Derby)‘, 2009. Photo: Joseph Rynkiewicz
Installation view at Orange Door. (l–r) Spencer Finch, ‘Fire (After Joseph Wright of Derby)‘, 2009; Morris Louis, ‘Number 2-07‘, 1961. Photo: Joseph Rynkiewicz – © All Rights Reserved. Maryland College Institute of Art / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2017

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