We are pleased to announce Charles Browning at Rush Arts

Charles Browning
Plenty, 2012
Oil on canvas
44 x 30 inches

Charles Browning’s painting Plenty is included in the exhibition Breathless at Rush Arts Gallery in New York.  The show will be on view February 27 – April 11, 2014, and was organized by House of the Nobleman.

Rush Arts Gallery
526 West 26 Street, Suite 311
New York, NY

For more information about the exhibition, please visit: http://www.houseofthenobleman.com/events/2014/2014.html

Schroeder Romero presents Nam June Paik at Moving Image New York


We are thrilled to present a video sculpture by Nam June Paik in the upcoming Moving Image art fair in New York!  March 6-9, 2014.  Free!
"Hooray for Hollywood" group exhibition at Pavel Zoubok & Mixed
Nam June Paik
Dog, 1995
Video sculpture, laser disc player
56 x 17 x 22 inches

Nam June Paik (1932–2006) was a Korean artist who spent most of his working life in Germany and the US . He worked in a variety of media including performance, music, painting and sculpture, however, he is best known for his use of television and video in his art. He has been widely called “The Father of Video Art” and continues to inspire new generations of artists.

Nam June Paik’s work is in numerous public collections around the world.

This piece is being shown in conjunction with Mixed Greens and Pavel Zoubok Gallery; Courtesy of Thomas Solomon and John Solomon.

For more information please visit: http://www.moving-image.info/new-york/

Schroeder Romero Editions presents new multiple by Eric Heist


Eric Heist, BIO2, 2013
Spray paint on mirrored paper mounted to museum board
15 x 16 inches paper size
20 x 20 inches as mounted
Edition of 25

$ 200


Eric Heist is currently working on a body of work that considers the 1992 Biosphere 2 project in the Tucson, Arizona area. Conceived as a “closed system” in which eight participants would live together, totally enclosed, for a two-year period, the multi-million dollar project reflects Heist’s interests in conflicts that erupt when social demands collide with the desire for autonomy.
This edition, BIO2, is stenciled spray paint on mirrored paper.
The quote used in this edition is from Jane Poynter, one of the original “Biospherans”:
Sometimes we hiked the 200 feet down the stairs, through the basement to the beach, and sat looking out through the spaceframe at the stars. We would search for Mars in the night sky and contemplate how different things might be if our biosphere were suddenly transported there and we were looking, not at the tiny red speck of Mars, but at the bluish dot of our home planet.

The quote reflects the mission’s aim to provide a test base station for a colony on Mars. The desire to escape the immediate, to be elsewhere, is the impetus for this work and the project as a whole.About the artist:

Eric Heist has shown nationally and internationally and has had five solo exhibitions with Schroeder Romero.  His exhibitions have been reviewed in The New York Times, The Village Voice, Art in America, New Art Examiner, and many other publications.  Eric Heist founded and is the Director of Momenta Art, a non-profit exhibition space based in Brooklyn.

Wendy Small at Morgan Lehman in collaboration with Schroeder Romero

Wendy Small
New works on view in The Project Room
at Morgan Lehman Gallery in collaboration with Schroeder Romero
October 24 – December 7, 2013
Opening reception: Thursday, October 24, 6-8pm
Wendy Small, Ship (2013)
Color Photogram
20h x 24w in (50.8h x 60.96w cm)
Press Release
The Project Room: Wendy Small
October 24-December 7, 2013
For my first painting show many years ago, my artist statement read, “These paintings are about a port where repairs were needed on enough of the boats to employ all fifteen of us who lived there.” I did not realize at that time how important such simplicity is. It was a show about a village in Corfu, Greece where I lived and worked when I was nineteen. Living there was like inhabiting the Bermuda Triangle of happiness. There was the port, a disco, and a restaurant where all of us met each night.

I left that island to go to art school and always assumed I would go back. I never
did, but it laid a strong blueprint for what I found made the world feel right. It is wonderful however, to return to images of boats.

When everyone
else is gone, and you are alone
And you find
this boat…
It will take
you a while
For you to decide it is a boat.
A few days later
you will be happy
you found it.
and then you will remember
I loved you

Stephen Lack
August, 2013

Sometimes the right boat or poem comes along.
Sometimes you have to be the one to make them.

The exhibition will be on view at:
Morgan Lehman Gallery
535 West 22nd Street
New York, NY 10011
For more information please contact Lisa Schroeder or Sara Jo Romero:
or by phone: (212) 630-0722

Schroeder Romero presents Lauren Kelley-Moving Image London

We are thrilled to announce our participation in

Featuring artist Lauren Kelley:



“Big Gurl” 2006 video still

October 17-20th.  Admission is free!

Oxo Tower Wharf
Bargehouse Street
South Bank
London SE1 9PH, UK

Lauren Kelley artist statement:

Inspired by the malleable nature of young minds and the twisted intricacies of immature adults, the initial thrust for my ideas was a response to historical narratives. Animated tales have been culled from ideas supported by 1970s feminist logic, and the 1940s Doll Tests, a race-based psychological study of Black American youth. I am a storyteller. And my studio practice is an interdisciplinary effort that, for the past six years, has focused on building a body of work and stop motion animation series that explores the surreal nature of daily life while employing a cast of diverse materials, and tan, plastic, Barbie like characters.

My process is a solo initiative that involves writing the scripts, crafting sets, storyboards, and costumes. I record my own sound and control lighting. I shoot, edit, and develop these narratives one photographic frame at a time.

This labor-intensive body of work began as a response to 70s gender politics, and notions of female strength. The grotesque charm in filmmaker Todd Haynes’ Karen Carpenter Story, social interventions by The Yes Men, and the 1993 B.L.O. (Barbie Liberation Organization) have compelled me to funnel a robust ghost into a miniature, feminine archetype.

The Obsessive Unknown Origins of Grotesque Irregularity


Our artist Ken Weaver included in this group exhibition

The Obsessive Unknown Origins of Grotesque Irregularity: A group of artists held together by their narrative acumen, penchant for ornament, and “obsessive processes.” Also, the “boundaries of clutter” will be pushed.

LxWxH (Length, Width, Height)

6007 12th Ave S  Seattle, WA 98108

Karin Waskiewicz at Thatcher Projects in collaboration with Schroeder Romero

Growth and Decay, 2012 Acrylic on panel 24.5 x 20" Courtesy of Schroeder Romero, NY

Growth and Decay, 2012
Acrylic on panel
24.5 x 20″
Courtesy of Schroeder Romero, NY

We are thrilled to present a selection of new paintings by Karin Waskiewicz in the Project Room
of Margaret Thatcher Projects
Exhibition dates: June 13-July 13, 2013
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 13, 6-8pm
Exhibition to be held at:
Margaret Thatcher Projects
539 West 23 Street, Ground Floor
New York, NY  10011
(212) 675-0222

From the press release:

Thatcher Projects, in collaboration with Schroeder Romero, is pleased to present works by American artist Karin Waskiewicz. Known for her excavated, carved and rebuilt surfaces revealing thick layers of acrylic paint, Waskiewicz’ paintings feature hundreds of small, imperfect circles clustered in sprawling groups. The resulting patterns recall organic systems and serve as an exploration in both mark-making and the physical qualities of her materials.
Please contact Schroeder Romero at (212) 630-0722 or via email:  lisa@schroederromero.com and sarajo@schroederromero.com


Schroeder Romero Editions features Susan Hamburger & Jim Dingilian




Urn Pair

Susan Hamburger
Urn Pair (Bushwick), 2013
Acrylic on paper mounted on wood; diptych
6 x 4″ inches each
Edition of 25 $250

Jim Dingilian Double Night Path, 2013 Smoke, glass, acrylic 4 3/16 x 6 1/16 x 1 5/16"  Edition of 30 SOLD OUT

Jim Dingilian
Double Night Path, 2013
Smoke, glass, acrylic
4 3/16 x 6 1/16 x 1 5/16″
Edition of 30
Please visit the Schroeder Romero Editions website to view our

hand-selected, high quality, affordable editions and multiples.  And, remember, all editions and multiples can be purchased directly through our site.