Schema Projects is the first Bushwick gallery dedicated exclusively to works of art on paper. Housed in a former barbershop storefront, it is the brainchild of New York artist Mary Judge, well known for her dedication to all forms of drawing, both as a studio artist and educator.
Schema Projects will feature exhibitions of works on paper, such as, but not limited to drawings, prints, sketchbooks, artists books, limited editions, models and diagrams and things not considered painting or sculpture. The aim of the gallery is to highlight art forms on paper and to give exposure to the role of drawing in the creative process of all fields. It is our hope that Schema will contribute to the cultural dialogue in the visual arts in this vital community. Schema will have Director and Curator organized exhibitions throughout the year. A flatfile will extend the gallery holdings and be open to the viewing public.
Blonde Art Books will have a home in the gallery, under the direction of Sonel Breslav. Blonde Art Books will present printed material with each show, extending it thematically beyond the gallery walls and host related events.
Gallery hours are Friday from 1-5 pm, Saturdays and Sundays from 1-6 pm, according to the exhibition schedule or by appointment.
Private viewing of the exhibitions and flatfiles can be arranged by contacting Mary Judge at:firstname.lastname@example.org