STANDARD SPACE is a gallery in Sharon, CT exhibiting contemporary artwork by emerging and mid-career artists working across diverse media. Director Theo Coulombe founded Standard Space in 2017 to engage in a conversation between artists in the New York - Connecticut region and beyond. STANDARD SPACE is open Friday to Sunday, 12:00–6:00 p.m., or call for a private viewing, (917) 627-3261.


Theo Coulombe has been working in art and photography since receiving his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He has worked for artists such as John Coplans and Paul Garrin and numerous clients including L'Oreal, Ralph Lauren, and Saks. His work has been exhibited with the Imperial War Museum, Tang Teaching Museum, Aldrich Museum, Margaret Bodell Gallery and AOT Project Salon. After living in Williamsburg for twenty-three years, he moved to Sharon, Connecticut, where he opened Standard Space in 2017. Previously, he founded and ran Brooklynphoto Studio and the One Night Only Art series, where he organized solo shows of works by Shantell Martin, Tei Blow, Sean McElroy, Maria Baranova, and Jessie English, among others. He is also on the board of the City Reliquary Museum. 


Camille Roccanova is an archivist based in Sharon, CT who has worked as a manager for private and artists' collections. Her recent curatorial projects include the exhibition BODY / PARTS at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury, CT. She earned her BA in painting and printmaking at Bennington College, and her MLIS at Simmons University.