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Roig Collection Debuts New Art Gallery on Hoboken’s Washington Street

by Eva Reid
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On May 1st, the Roig Collection will have a grand opening for its new gallery entitled The Giving Gallery. For collectors, there will be a 10% off discount, and can donate to a cause they choose to donate to. The event will take place at 636 Washington Street from hours 10AM to 4PM. There will be champagne from Wine Dads and artisan doughnuts from Alfalfa. 

This will be his second gallery in Hoboken with the first one being The W Hotel Gallery located on the ground level of The W Hotel. Read on for more about Ricardo’s new gallery in Hoboken and a little about his art journey in town.

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Ricardo Roig’s Story

Uptown Pier, Hoboken

Ricardo shared about the new gallery opening stating,  “Art has always been my way of connecting and through it, I have found all of you. We are just so grateful for all your love and encouragement to pursue this passion. I’m creating every day and continue to challenge my talents thanks to all you collectors.

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Ricardo moved to Hoboken in 2007 and worked as a waiter at Elysian Cafe. He told Hoboken Girl that he would sketch scenes while working at the restaurant based on The Elysian Cafe interior and also the different customers who were like characters to him and put forward different colors. 

It wasn’t long before he was making waves in the art community for his innovative designs and style of execution. In fact, his signature hand-cut and stencil spray-painted technique can be recognized anywhere. Naturally, after creating dozens of beautiful pieces that locals have gone crazy over, he was commissioned to work on larger projects in town, further leaving his mark in Hoboken.

A few years ago, he was commissioned to work on Michael Chang, Hoboken Hero, in honor of Michael Chang, the first Asian-American in the 1989 French Open and Hoboken resident. Ricardo also completed the mural of Lackawanna Station on the side of Napoli’s Pizzeria {downtown location}.

Information on Both Locations

Family Meal

The W Hotel Gallery, which is open for its third year, will continue to be open Fridays from 12PM-4PM and Sundays from 10AM-4PM. 

Both the Washington Street and The W Hotel locations can be visited seven days a week, by appointment only. 

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The Washington Street Gallery will have a backyard that will be able to host parties, collectors events, and will contain Roig’s new hand-cut stencil mural.

Roig is excited for the brighter times to come and be able to safely plan a way for everyone to be together. “Thank you to my team and to all who have shown support over the years,” he said. 

To stay up to date, check out the Roig Collection Instagram here

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