Arts & Culture Agency of the Year
Brooklyn-based ALMA Communications is powered by a four-woman team with diverse backgrounds in the arts and beyond. The team has supported a variety of figures in the art industry, from galleries, museums and artists to non-profit organizations, private and public institutions and publishing companies. Operating at the intersection of contemporary art and social change, the agency works closely with clients to create a holistic plan that feels human, especially as the majority of their projects address issues around climate, identity, race or social change in some way. This year saw several standout moments for ALMA Communications: they launched Hannah Traore Gallery, whose founder was recently included in Forbes' 30 Under 30 list, amid a slew of press coverage. Another big win: new client James Fuentes, a Lower East Side-based gallery that had never previously worked with a PR firm, has seen tremendous success and multiple New York Times features in the last year alone.
Hannah Gottlieb-Graham, Founder & Director
Sarah Miller, Assistant Director
Sue Ariza, Assistant Director
Antwaun Sargent, Bernard Lumpkin, Campbell Addy, Creative Capital, Hannah Traore Gallery, ICA San Francisco, Jack Shainman Gallery, James Fuentes Gallery, Magazzino Italian Art, Miles Greenberg, Monique Meloche Gallery, Nazy Nazhand, Nicola Vassell Gallery, Onna House, PATRON Gallery, Prestel Publishing, Print Center New York, Project for Empty Space, Roberts Projects Gallery, SN37 Gallery, Tate Publishing, Tyler Mitchell, UOVO, Visual AIDS and WORTHLESSSTUDIOS.
New client wins:
Creative Capital, the ICA San Francisco, Jack Shainman Gallery, James Fuentes Gallery