String Theory catalogue and artist interview published by Deborah Berke Architects

The catalogue and artist interview for my 2018 exhibition at Deborah Berke Architects has been published by the firm and is available as a pdf.  To download, click on the header above.

Art & Friendship, October 20-November 11, 2018, The Green Door Gallery, Brooklyn

An exhibition to celebrate 10 years of artist friendships by curator, writer, and lecturer, Father Paul Anel.

Solo Exhibition "String Theory" at Deborah Berke Partners, New York, NY, Spring 2018

An exhibition of recent sculpture and work on paper will be on view at the architectural firm Deborah Berke Partners, New York, NY, from March 22nd through May 25th, 2018.  The opening reception will be held on Thursday, May 22nd.  My work was previously exhibited at the firm in 1999.

Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse, Fall, 2017

My sculpture Lotus is one of the artworks featured in the first floor parlor designed by the architectural firm Deborah Berke Partners at the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse from September 29th - November 5th, located at 32 Livingston Street, Brooklyn, NY.  The showhouse is open Tuesdays through Sundays,  admission $40.00 by ticket, available on the website:

Solo Exhibition at The Phatory, New York, NY, January 14th-February 25th, 2017

The Phatory LLC is pleased to announce an installation of paintings and sculptures by Robert Schatz. The exhibition opens on January 14 and will run through February 25, with an artist reception held on Saturday, January 14, between 6 and 8:00 p.m.  

The works in Schatz’s current exhibition are variations on a theme. His 2D work is as much about the act of painting as it is about creating an experience of a journey. Brushwork is constrained by boundaries yet also continues unseen, beyond view. His 3D work is as much about the act of creating forms in space as it is about the playful abandon of Nature. Line becomes engineering feat yet maintains organic grace. In both bodies of work, however, there is a quest for equanimity, and a harmonic balance that is achieved between presence and absence, motion and stillness. Though abstract, Schatz’s work evokes landscape vistas to be explored one step at a time.

Robert Schatz has exhibited internationally since 1990; in 2015 his sculptures were the subject of a solo show at the Sheldon Museum of Art.  After studying history and philosophy at the University of Scranton, he studied fine art at Massachusetts College of Art and The Art Institute of Boston.  His works are in the collections of the Harvard University Art Museums; Sheldon Museum of Art; Southern Methodist University; Pfizer; The JBG Companies; the US Department of State; and in private North American and European collections.
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