Contact
529 West 20th Street, 3rd Floor
New York, New York 10011

+1 212 627 4819
info@riccomaresca.com
riccomaresca.com

About the Gallery
Following in the footsteps of the legendary New York dealer Sidney Janis, Ricco/Maresca champions and showcases the art of self-taught masters working outside the continuum of art history. The gallery specializes in Outsider, Self-Taught, Contemporary, and historically significant American Folk art in various media.

Over a period of more than 35 years, Ricco/Maresca has helped blur the lines that have habitually separated conventional art-historical categories and “marginal” art. The gallery has carried out this mission through a pioneering program that emphasizes crossover between vernacular and mainstream traditions, the management of key estates (William Hawkins and Martín Ramírez among them), and seminal books produced with publishing partners such as Alfred A. Knopf, Little Brown and Company, and Pomegranate Press.

Ricco/Maresca Gallery was founded in 1979 on Broome Street, within New York’s then-emerging SoHo gallery district. The gallery relocated to TriBeCa in the 1980s and later moved to Wooster Street in SoHo—which had by then become an established contemporary art hub. In 1997, Ricco/Maresca became one of the first galleries to move to the new Chelsea art district and is currently located at 529 West 20th Street. The gallery participates and has participated in the Armory Show, the Outsider Art Fair (New York and Paris), Metro Curates, Art Chicago, SCOPE (New York and Miami), and AIPAD. We work closely with major museums and collectors, and offer services that range from curatorial advisory to collection management, installation design, and conservation.

Artist List

Artists Represented
René Pierre Allain
Gil Batle
Nancy Blum
Rosie Camanga
Scott Campbell
Tricia Cline
Hiroyuki Doi
Michael Duva
Toc Fetch


Michael Flomen
Tim Freccia
Ken Grimes
Debbie Han
William Hawkins Estate
Alice Hope
Alice Hope Commission
Sindy Lutz
Laura Craig Mcnellis


Amanda Means
Rakuko Naito
Martín Ramírez Estate
Elizabeth Rogers
Toni Ross
Beatrice Scaccia
Bastienne Schmidt
Hester Simpson
Neal Slavin


Gerald Slota
Max Streicher
Leopold Strobl
Lidia Syroka
Rebecca Norris Webb
Alison Weld
George Widener