Photography by Debbie Han and sculptures by Toni Ross. Come have a look around and even chat and have a seat - Pier 92 - Booth #416
Also featuring works by Michael Duva, Hiroyuki Doi, Mark Steven Greenfield, Martìn Ramìrez, Bill Traylor and George Widener.
#titanic #armoryshow #nyc #nycarts #newyorkcity #pier92 #selftaught #outsiderart #photography #sculpture #ceramics #stoneware #artists #cubes #contemporaryart #modernart #riccomaresca (at The Armory Show)
Mark Steven Greenfield with his works, “Hey, Hey, It’s Ya Birthday” and “The Egun That Saved Florida”
Pier 92 - Booth 416
#armoryshow #nyc #markstevengreenfield #acrylic #art #artist #newyorkcity #newyorkartscene #riccomaresca #contemporaryart #pier92 #thearmoryshow #egun #brazil (at The Armory Show)
Opening Reception TONIGHT - Nancy Blum "Wonderland" -
The sun is out and the flowers have blossomed inside the gallery. Please join us for the opening reception of Nancy Blum - “Wonderland” from 6-8pm.
529 W 20th St. 3rd Floor
NY, NY 10011
To Do: February 512, 2014 -
25 things to see, hear, watch, and read.
New York Magazine and Jerry Saltz put I.D. Photo Badge Portraiture on their to-do list. Bad weather, train closures, or sunshine, you should add it to your to-do list as well!
Vintage American Worker’s ID Badge as Art and a Sign of the Times | LightBox | TIME.com -
Critic Lyle Rexer writes for LightBox on a mesmerizing exhibition of some 250 vintage American employee ID badges imaginatively staged at the Ricco/Maresca Gallery revealing a distant world from our own.
Also features a comprehensive slide show of images.
Check out the article and be sure to come by the gallery to find yourself face-to-face with the past.
I.D. in The New Yorker's Photo Booth -
I.D. Photo Badge Portraiture is featured in The New Yorker’s Photo Booth!
Please stop by the opening and our annual Winter party tonight, 6-8pm.
Ricco/Maresca and Metro Show 2014 in the New York Times -
Marianne Raschig from 1925 to 1935) currently on view in our booth at the Metro Show.
Ricco/Maresca Booth #105
125 W 18th St. (between 6th & 7th Aves.)
Roger will be telling first-hand stories about our artists and their work tomorrow at the Metropolitan Pavilion. We are booth #105 - please stop by!
125 W 18th St. btwn. 6th & 7th Aves.