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Schroeder Romero & Shredder

531 W. 26th St., New York, NY 10001 40.751811 -74.006038
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Pioneering gallery Schroeder Romero focuses on emerging and mid-career artists whose works address socio-political themes with technical finesse. Evan Schwartz's 2005 photographic series dealt with transgender identity via his own female-to-male transition; Marsha Pel's provocatively titled 2001 glasswork exhibition "The Hitler Latrines" included a portrait of the artist impersonating the Nazi dictator. Seven or eight such installations/group shows are mounted annually, with the criterion being that co-curators Lisa Schroeder and Sara Joe Romero have fallen in love with them. In 1992, former filmmaker-artist Lisa Schroeder put her home into service as Sauce, one of the first art spaces in Williamsburg. In 1997, after the informal group shows, performances and installations had evolved into tightly curated events, Sauce was rechristened as Feed. Four years later, Schroeder teamed up with Romero, a former director of the Holly Solomon Gallery, and this gallery was born, moving to its current home in Chelsea in 2006.


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