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Ricardo Roig

Fine Artist/ Gallery OwnerRoig Collection

New York City Area

Member Since April 2021


Fine Art
Visual Arts


Ricardo is a 37-year-old professional fine artist from Hoboken, NJ and creator of vibrant modern hand cut prints on paper. The Roig Collection is an Art Gallery located inside the W Hoboken Hotel in NJ, right across the Hudson River from Manhattan NYC. The Roig Collection showroom interior was designed by Jenny Madden with the aim of making a comfortable environment for all to be welcome to experience the Art. Roig and his team in collaboration wth the W Hoboken host a weekly mixer in the Art Gallery every Thursday 6-8PM featuring live music, local bites, complimentary drink and always the newest original Art by Ricardo. Ricardo creates full time growing his collection of hand cut prints as well as works on personal pieces, commissioned artworks, collages, paintings and murals. Roig's art has been mentioned in the NY Times and his most notable collectors include The W Hoboken, Canopy by Hilton Hotels, Amazon, New York University, Shake Shack, Universal Pictures, The City of Hoboken, and The Town of Westfield NJ. Outside of the studio Ricardo enjoys spending time with family and friends and traveling whenever possible. Roig has a wife of 7 years, and is a father of two young boys under 2 years old. For more information feel free to reach out to

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Company details

Roig Collection

Company bio

Roig’s art has connected with collectors in Australia, Germany, London, Spain, France, Sweden and Canada, two collectors who work in Christie’s Auction House, ten pieces purchased by the Hoboken Historical Museum, published in Vellum Magazine which was distributed in an international tour including Art Basel in Miami, commissioned for 26 works by New York University Stern School of Business, commissioned for 5 works by Shake Shack for their NJ locations, published in Industry Magazine, Westfield Living magazine, noted in the New York Times, showcased work at the W Hotel on 49th & Lexington Avenues in NYC, commissioned by MGM Studios, invited to speak at World 50 executive assistant conference, and currently exhibits work in his two gallery spaces in Roig Collection at the W Hotel in Hoboken NJ & Roig Collection in Westfield NJ. Recently Roig has translated his unique process into one of a kind hand cut stencil murals with two large outdoor murals in Hoboken, NJ, a large interior mural in an Amazon warehouse in Woodbridge, NJ and an interior mural in the W Hotel Hoboken. Jersey City City Hall will be home to the next Roig mural and Westfield NJ is commissioning a large outdoor mural this September.



Area of focus

Fine Art Creation
Original Art
Fine Art Gallery

Company size

2 - 10

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