Aubrey Roemer was born in Rochester, NY. She received her BFA from Pratt Institute; interning with NYC artists and galleries, and working as Americorps Scholar. She was a journalist for Art Observed, specializing in covering the NYC auction season. Post collegiately, she held residencies in the USA, Europe, and Asia: at Vermont Studio Center, in England at 42 Acres, and at Kio-a-Thau Sugar Refinery Artist Village in Taiwan. In 2016, she participated in NYU Tisch’s The Season Comedia Del’Arte in Florence, Italy, as an Assistant Art Collaborator.
Roemer received grants from Do Your Part & Paddlers For Humanity in 2016, World Connect in 2015, and ARTwerk in 2014. She has internationally exhibited and garnered press for her work. In 2015, she spoke at the Parrish Art Museum’s Pecha Kucha night about her portrait projects. She is represented by artist group Artshape Mammoth.
She has previously executed projects in Nicaragua, Indonesia, and Greece.
All images courtesy of the artist
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