Ricco/Maresca Gallery

Gallery in The Chelsea 20th area

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Ricco/Maresca was founded in 1979 on Broome Street in New York’s then-emerging SoHo gallery district. The gallery relocated to TriBeCa in the 1980s, then later moved to Wooster Street in SoHo, which by then had become a well-developed center of contemporary-art galleries. In 1997, Ricco/Maresca became one of the first galleries to become established in the new Chelsea art district. The gallery is currently located at 529 West 20th Street.

Following in the footsteps of the legendary New York dealer Sidney Janis, Ricco/Maresca has championed and showcased the art of self-taught masters working outside the art-historical mainstream. The gallery focuses both on significant contemporary art in various media and on historically important American art of the 20th century.

Over a period of 25 years, with publishing partners that have included Alfred A. Knopf, Bulfinch Press, Little, Brown and Company, and Pomegranate Press, among others, Ricco/Maresca has produced books that have helped blur the lines that traditionally have separated conventional art-historical categories and the vernacular-art category.

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Permanent Artists/Collection

Christopher Adams, René Pierre Allain, Eddie Arning, Sue Bartfield, Nancy Blum, George Boorujy, Justin Canha, Tricia Cline, Thorton Dial, Hiroyuki Doi, Sam Doyle, William Edmondson, Julie Farstad, Toc Fetch, Joseph Garlock, Ken Grimes, William Hawkins Estate, Ben Hotchkiss, Paul Aaron Johnson, Sindy Lutz, Dwight Mackintosh, Laura Craig McNellis, Dan Miller, Donald Mitchell, Scott Ogden, Stephen Palmer, C.J. Pyle, Martín Ramírez Estate, James Renner, Elizabeth Rogers, Judith Scott, Robert Sholties, Hester Simpson, Gerald Slota, Mary T. Smith, Max Streicher, Bill Traylor, Peggy Washburn, Rebecca Norris Webb, Ed Welch, George Widener, Miriam Wosk

Opening hours

From 11:00 to 18:00
Closed on Mondays, Sundays

Fee

Free

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Address: 529 W 20th St., 3 Fl., New York, NY 10011
Phone: 212-627-4819 Fax: 212-627-5117

Between 10th Ave and West Side Hwy. Subway: C/E to 23rd Street

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