“One of the [Meatpacking District] neighborhood’s pioneers and an eternal hipster”
— The New York Times
Vincent Inconiglios has been represented in regional and national exhibitions throughout the US and abroad. He had his first one-man exhibition in NYC in SoHo in 1972 and was one of the featured artists of “10 Downtown” at the MoMA, leading to many solo exhibitions throughout the United States and overseas. His work has been noted by Barbara Rose in New York Magazine, reviewed in ARTFORUM, and is in private and public collections including JPMorganChase, The Norton Simon Collection, and AT&T. He splits his time between his loft and studio in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan and his studio in Falls Village, CT.