G.ROMERO

CREATOR

EDUCATOR

IMMERISON

“MoNo”| mixed media | 2023

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FLASHING IMAGERY

NARRATIVE

TIGRR

digital | 2021

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  1. BLISS | digital , High Times 2017
  2. YO | ink, notebook , 2017
  3. BELIEVE | ink, digital , 2005
  4. GOAL | ink, digital, 2009
  5. SPACE DAWG | ink, photo, digital 2009
  6. NEXXT (skull) | ink, digital .2009
  7. BOY | graphite, digital, 2006
  8. HEY JUDYY | digital, 2022
  9. AFTER MOEBIUS | ink, digital, 2010
  10. OOOH | ink, digital, 2009
  11. COLLAGE FACE | mixed paper, 2016
  12. OJO | digital | 2022
  13. LA Vi | ink, marker, paper, notebook, 2016
  14. BLAH | animation, 2012
  15. SPLASHH | graphite, digital, 2009
  16. STUDIO SHOT
  17. POWR | acrylic, mixed paper, on wood, 2012
  18. GODDESS | graphite, digital, 2020
  19. TRAVELLER (installation shot), 2015
  20. GO BACK | ink, digital, 2009
  21. study (SpiderWoman) | gouache, 2023

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BIO

G.Romero is an indigenous multidisciplinary creator, educator, underground curator and storyteller. His work ranges from painting, illustration, comix, motion, performance, installation and sound. Central to his work are figuration, storytelling and narrative. His influences lie in artistic movements characterized by curious, disruptive expression and experimentation, such as the Baroque, Symbolist, Dada, and Fluxus movements.


Romero's creative output often features unconventional techniques, unexpected juxtapositions, and a willingness to challenge established norms.


He is a graduate of Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters (North Salem, NY) BFA 2003, MFA 2005


As an arts educator of over 20 years in NYC, G.Romero has worked with numerous arts organizations and institutions including: The Museum of Modern Art , Brooklyn and Queens Museums.


He has exhibited at several galleries, open studios, welcoming walls and the following institutions: Artists Space, The Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, Governors Island Art Fair & the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA).






PRESS & TALKS

“In Search of Magic”-Primitives Interview | Summer 2023


AI and the coming Disruption" | Feb 2023


“Zines" | Summer 2022


"Essentials 21" - Not as Crazy Podcast | Oct 2021


“Play” - NYC Art Salon-(Session 6) | Oct 2016


“Design” - NYC Art & Tech Salon | June 2016


“Meaning” - NYC Art Salon | Feb 2015


“Conceptual Collaborators Build Palaces” - Huffington Post | Sept 2014

CONTACT

Gii ROMERO

giiromeroart@gmail.com


Cesar Mañana & G.Romero



boeeji - adj (BO-ee-gee) a 24th century cuss; lowly, malcontent, wildly unkempt, troublemaking



When a clique of misfit hackers receive an ominous signal from a deserted space station, it sparks a vital shift for a fragmented post-Earth society.


(These are samples, not finals...BJPL is still in progress currently… )

G.Romero has created, organized, and consulted on a wide variety of exhibitions, events, happenings, classes, and talks throughout NYC.


Drawing on a wealth of experience and expertise, Romero has helped to foster a dynamic and inclusive arts scene, that innovates and continues to push the boundaries of creativity and expression.


A few past projects & events:

"LAST SUPPER ART SHOW" Opening Group Pic|2023

@thelivingartistgallery

IN RIVERS ARTSPACE 2011-2012 | Brooklyn, NYC

InRivers Art Space was an experimental and cultural art hub in the Greenpoint community of Brooklyn. Founded in the fall of 2011, InRivers was more than a gallery, it was a space for creation and imagination. The space featured not only regular monthly exhibitions but it also engaged the community through movie nights, live concerts, artist-run fundraising events, family art workshops and an artist residency. Though short lived, it had a definite impact in the lives of local artists and all who collaborated with the space. A few of the exhibiting artists included: Ali Aschman, Mayuko Fujino, Robert Bohn, Yeji Jun, Jeremiah Jones, Blaise Danio, Carolin Wood, Tim Kelley, Mark Pacheco, Yura Osborn, Rachel Kremidas, Ellie Irons and the Vanica Project.

MAGIKALLY DELICIOUS:

SIGHT & SOUND

2009-2012 | NYC


“MagikallyDelicious” were vibrant and expressively shocking multimedia shows. Part art exhibition, part musical concert and full on experimental freak spectacle. The events showcased the works of emerging artists working in video, sound and performance art. Inspired by past alternative performance events such as John Cage’s untitled happening at Black Mountain College, Andy Warhol’s loft parties, and marvelously absurd Fluxus “happenings”/live performance works. “MagikallyDelicious” shows were hallucinogenic delights. Whomever may have ventured into these events is sure to remember the unique environments they were immersed in. Event venues included: Glasslands, The Market Hotel, Shea Stadium BK, and Party Expo.

A MILLION ZEROS:

THE 21ST CENTURY ARCHETYPE

APRIL-JUNE 2019 | Brooklyn NYC


“A million zeros added up, unfortunately does not add up to one.” -C.G.Jung


Archetypes have existed with humanity for many millennia through various cultures. They were keenly explored by legendary psychiatrist & psychoanalyst Carl Jung. The archetype can be defined as psychic patterns of the human mind seen through symbolic imagery. Archetypes are constantly intertwined within our lives, as they not only influence our thoughts, our emotions, our behaviors but also the way we perceive the world. This exhibition titled, “A Million Zeros: The 21st Century Archetype”, explores themes of current human nature, contemporary societal mechanics and the mystery of self.


​The exhibition explores ideas of our current society and the archetypes through the lens of the figure in 21st century life. Curator G.Romero, brings together a collection of artists from various locations including: Sergio Barrios from Venezuela and Michael Aitken from Minnesota, both Brooklyn based artists. Cynthia Graps, Lizette Abraham, Victor Sandoval & Radharani Torres all from and based in Mexico City. All of the works combine “the figure” with non-traditional ways of viewing figurative work.


“A Million Zeros”, engages viewers in a visual discussion about the role of the archetype in our lives and how, perhaps, lack of critical knowledge of the archetypes has led our society down a path of self destruction.

​The artists in this exhibition are a diverse voice offering a unique vision of the figure in contemporary art.


-G.Romero


PALACES 2012-2015 | NYC

“PALACES” was a multi-sensory participatory installation of sound and sight based loosely on the mnemonic technique of the “memory palace”.

The installation consists of two created sensory box environments. Each sensory box seeks to heighten one particular sense and provide an intimate experience for each viewer.


Ultimately, PALCES was an in-depth look and reflection on the ego, the mind and human connections.

ART BRIDGE 2010 | NYC

"Exit This Way"

ARTBRIDGE: First Exposure


Displayed for one entire year

on 23rd St in Chelsea, Manhattan.

The piece was created and part of

city beautification project, ARTBRIDGE

DIGITAL INDIE PRESS

© G.Romero 2023