Lovett & Codagnone
Mary OBrien Spurrier
Paul Henry Ramirez
Mary Ann B. Rich
A group show of over 50 artists whom have shown at this exhibition space since 1992. Along with works by the artists, Decade will also feature never before seen documentation from the previous 10 year history, offering a historical perspective on a rapidly changing community.
Meredith Allen, Mike Asente, Rande Barke, Lee Boroson, Robert Boyd, Lordan Bunch, Kathe Burkhart, Lynn Cazabon, Jaq Chartier, Seong Chun, Caroline Cox, James Cullinane, Erika deVries, Drew Dominick, Carl Fudge, Rico Gatson, David Gilmore, Susan Graham, Terry Hackett, Jody Hanson, Eric Heist, Peter Hendrick, Oliver Herring, Elana Herzog, Barry Hylton, Yael Kanarek, Michael Krondl, Marc Lepson, Lovett & Codagnone, Giles Lyon, Monique Luchetti, Cotter Luppi, Walter Martin & Paloma Munoz, Mark McLoughlin, Natalie Moore, Aron Namenwirth, Lindsey Nobel, Mary OBrien Spurrier, Elizabeth Olbert, Roxy Paine, Laura Parnes, Bruce Pearson, Marsha Pels, Javier Pinon, Terry Pomponio, Paul Henry Ramirez, Mary Ann B. Rich, Bill Rowe, Matt Schwede, Ward Shelley, Wendy Small, Bill Smart, Tim Spelios, Julianne Swartz, Sarah Vanderlip, Leo Villareal, Michael Waugh, Ken Weaver, Tim Wilson, Randy Wray
Opening Reception: Friday April 11th
Schroeder Romero is pleased to announce the opening of Decade, a group show of over 50 artists whom have shown at this exhibition space since 1992. Founded as Sauce, an artist collaborative exhibition space in 1992, this venue at 173A N. 3rd in Williamsburg, Brooklyn has shown hundreds of artists during seminal periods in their developing artistic careers. Artists such as Roxy Paine, Rico Gatson, Laura Parnes, Carl Fudge and Seong Chun were in some of their first shows here. Known for its crowded openings and adventurous group exhibitions by then emerging artists from the neighborhood, Sauce along with Minor Injury, Brand Name Damages, Test Site and Four Walls was a precursor to the more developed art scene that has since transpired in Williamsburg. Originally founded by and for artists, the viewer demographic has changed along with the radically developing and newly gentrified neighborhood.
A pivotal moment in the history of the Williamsburg art scene came with the advent of the "Other Rooms" exhibition at Ronald Feldman Gallery in 1995. This exhibition featured artists from Sauce along with Momenta Art, Four Walls and Pierogi 2000, bringing Williamsburg to the attention of a wider art viewing audience for the first time.
Renamed Feed in 1997 the gallery, run by Lisa Schroeder, a founding member of Sauce and Barry Hylton, went on to showcase work by Eric Heist, Susan Graham and James Cullinane. A new incarnation in 2000 found the space dubbed Arena@Feed and continued its trajectory in 2001 when Sara Jo Romero, former director of Holly Solomon, joined Lisa Schroeder to form Schroeder Romero. The gallery, now primarily focused on exhibiting solo shows by both emerging and mid-career artists has featured artists such as Robert Boyd, Marsha Pels, Peter Hendrick and Lynn Cazabon. Schroeder Romero has been widely reviewed in publications such as The New York Times, Sculpture Magazine, Art News, TimeOut New York and Art Monthly.
Along with works by the artists listed, Decade will also feature never before seen documentation from the previous 10 year history, offering a historical perspective on a rapidly changing community.
Schroeder Romero is open Friday - Monday, 12-6pm and by appointment.
Please contact Lisa Schroeder or Sara Jo Romero for further information.
The gallery is located at 173A North 3rd Street, between Bedford and Metropolitan, in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.Directions: L train to Bedford Avenue, walk south on Bedford four blocks to North 3rd Street, turn left
In the image: 'S2_-bp2-b35', Roxy Paine, 2003.
173A North 3rd StreetBrooklyn, NY 11211, 6-9pm
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