Born 1963, Providence, RI; Lives and works in Connecticut and New York


1988               School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL  MFA

1985               Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI   BFA


2004-05           Rome Prize, American Academy in Rome, Rome, Italy.

2004                Artist Residency, Claude Monet Foundation, Giverny, France.

2000-01           John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Grant

1990-91           Fulbright-Hays Foundation Grant/ Miguel Vinciguerra Award.  Italy



Echo, Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago, IL

Solo Booth, Eleven Rivington, Art Brussels

Van Doren Waxter/ Eleven Rivington, New York, NY


Jackie Saccoccio, Eleven Rivington, New York, NY

Portrait Gallery, curated by Ilaria Bonacossa, Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Villa Croce, Genova, Italy

Portraits, Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy


Polychrome Fiction: Joanne Greenbaum and Jackie Saccoccio,  Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Kansas

Portraits, Corbett v. Dempsey, Chicago, IL project


Portraits, Eleven Rivington, New York, NY

Paintings, Philip Slein Gallery, St. Loius, MO


One to One Eleven Rivington, New York, NY

The Shades, Jeffrey Gibson / Jackie Saccoccio, Samson, Boston, MA


Interrupted Grid, Eleven Rivington, New York, NY

Wall Intervention, Beatrice Room, RISD Gallery, Rome, Italy


In Transparency Black & White Gallery, New York, NY


Portage Galerie Michael Neff, Frankfurt, Germany

Bowery Poetry Club, curated by Elizabeth Murray, New York,  NY


White Columns, New York, White Room Project


Lauren Wittels Gallery, New York, NY, Project Room




Pretty Raw: After and Around Helen Frankenthaler, curated by Katy Seigel,  Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA


Now-ism, Pizzuti Collection, Columbus, OH

Abstract America, Saatchi Gallery, London, England

This One's Optimistic: Pincushion  curated by Cary Smith, New Britain Museum, New Britain, CT

Moira Dryer Project, Eleven Rivington, New York, NY

Tom McGrath, Santi Moix, Jackie Saccoccio, Lucien Terras Inc, New York, NY


Let's Get Physical , Ventana 224, Brooklyn, NY

The Idea of Realism curated by Christian Caliandro and Carl D'Alvia, American Academy in Rome, Rome, Italy

Pour curated by Elisabeth Condon and Carol Prusa, Schmidt Gallery at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Rotan, FL, Aysa Geisberg, NY, NY, Lesley Heller Workspace, NY, NY


Hue & Cry curated by Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld, Sothebys S2, New York, NY

Rockslide Sky curated by Karleen Sheehan, Fordham University at Lincoln Center, NY, NY

Dedicated To You But You Weren't Listening, Corbett v Dempsey, Chicago Art Expo, Chicago, IL 

Open Windows curated by Carroll Dunham, Addison Museum of Art, Andover, MA

Permanent Collection curated by Edward del Rosario and Jordan Isip, Nancy Margolis Gallery, New York, NY



Keltie Ferris, Andrew Gbur, Jackie Saccoccio, Eleven Rivington, NY

A Painting Show curated  by Laura Raicovich, Harris Leiberman Gallery, New York, NY

Snowclones, curated by Benjamin King and Rob Nadeau, ArtBlogArtBlog, New York, NY

Chain Letter, Samson, Boston, MA

L’aur’amara, Generale en Manufacture Paris, France Centro Ricerche Accademia di Brera ex Chisea di S. Carpoforo, Milan, Italy


Collision, curated by Jackie Saccoccio, RISD Museum of Art,  Providence, RI

Lush Life, curated by Franklin Evans and Omar Lopex-Chahoud,  Lehman Maupin Gallery, New  York, NY

Girls Just Want to Have Funds, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, New York, NY

L’aur’amara, LM Gallery, New York, NY

zonaMACO,  curated by Nicole Cherubini for Samson Projects, Mexico City


New Prints, curated by Polly Apfelbaum, ICPNY, NY

Hand in Hand, curated by Michael Zahn, Non-Objectif Sud (NOS), La Barralière, Tulette, France


Blue Balls, organized by Jackie Saccoccio, Art Production Fund APF Lab, NY

 Its Goache and Goache Only,  curated by Geoffrey Young Jeff Bailey Gallery / Andrea Meislin Gallery, New York, NY          

ART L.A., Eleven Rivington, Santa Monica Convention Center, CA


Genesis I’m Sorry Josh Smith segment Greene Naftali, NY, NY

NADA Fair, Eleven Rivington, Ice Palace Studios, Miami, FL


The Sanctuary and The Scrum, curated by David Hunt. Black & White Gallery, New York, NY

Palpable Painting, Ramapo College, Ramapo, NJ

 Painting Faculty: Past and Present, Woods Gerry Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Prov, RI


Open, American Academy in Rome, Rome, Italy.

 Spazi Aperti,  Romanian Academy, Rome, Italy.

Biagiotti Progetto Arte, Florence, Italy.

RISD Museum of Art, Providence, RI.  “Biennial Faculty Exhibition”


KSArt, New York, NY “Colored Pencil”


Oldenberger Kunstverein, Oldenberg, Germany  “Hands Up Baby, Hands Up”


Barbara Gladstone Gallery New York “00”

Galerie Michael Neff Frankfurt, Germany “Funny Girls: Sara Kane, Jackie Saccoccio and Rachel Urkowitz”

Thomas Erben Gallery New York “Painting: Sara Kane, Jackie Saccoccio, Rachel Urkowitz


Hunter College, New York, NY.  "Immediacies of the Hand:  Abstract Painting in New York".            


Tate, New York, NY.  Inaugural Exhition.


Basilico Fine Arts, New York, NY. "Can We Talk? / Mind the Gap: curated by Laura Stein and Dike Blair. 

Curt Marcus Gallery, New York, NY. "The Baseball Show".


Satellite, New York, NY. "S.I.B.  Swelling Itching Brain", curated by  Michael Bevilaqua.




Smith, Roberta. Review: 'Pretty Raw' Recounts Frankenthaler's Influence on the Art World', New York Times, June 3


Schwendener, Martha. "Jackie Saccoccio", New York Times, Art in Review, May 8, c25

Bonacossa, Ilaria, "Jackie Saccoccio's Seductive Antagonism",  Exhibition Catalogue interview, Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Villa Croce

Gianni, Ilaria, "The Ethereal of Humanity", Exhibition Catalogue essay, Jackie Saccoccio: Portrait Gallery, Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Villa Croce '

"Goings On About Town:Art, Moira Dryer Project", The New Yorker, February 3, p 8

Saltz, Jerry. "Moira Dryer Project", New York Magazine, January 30

Bush, Bettina. "Galeria di Ritratti Senza Volto", La Repubblica:Genova, January 24

Smith, Roberta.  "Moira Dryer Project", The New York Times, January 17, p. C36

Corriere Mercantile, January 17

La Repubblica, January 17


Rhodes, David.  “Polychrome Fiction:Joanne Greenbaum/ Jackie Saccoccio”, Exhibition essay, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art.

Howard, Ridley.  “On Painting and Rome: Interview with Jackie Saccoccio”, Burnaway  and Huffington Post, May 8

Thorson, Alice. “Abstraction With Attitude”, The Kansas City Star, August 11, pD1,D2

Caliandro, Christian. Exhibition catalogue, “L’Idea del Realismo”, p.

____, “Un’idea di realism all’Accademia Usa”, Corriere della Sera, January 28, p. 12


Saltz, Jerry.  "Jerry Saltz's Top 10 Art Picks of 2012", New York Magazine, December 2

Vogel, Carol. "The Art World Blurred", The New York Times, October 26, p. C1

Rhodes, David. “Jackie Saccoccio Portraits”, Brooklyn Rail, May 26

Beall, Dickson.  “Jackie Saccoccio at Philip Slein Gallery’s New Location”, West End Word, May 22

Baran, Jessica. “In the Galleries – Jackie Saccoccio and Arthur Osver: A Centenial Celebration at Philip Slein”, Riverfront Times, May 31, p.

Thomson Baker, Allese.  “Jackie Saccoccio” Pick, Artforum, April

Coates, Jennifer. “Jackie Saccoccio Portraits”, TimeOutNY, April

Saltz, Jerry. “Critics Pick: Skull Candy”, New York Magazine, April 2

Wallach, Amei. “Carroll Dunham Opens Window For New Talent”, Art In America, March 12

Kazakina, Katya. “Saccoccio’s Color Mazes”, Bloomberg March

Worth, Alexi. "Let's Stay Lost", exhibition catalogue essay, Eleven Rivington

McQuaid, Cate. “Circular Take On Modernism”, The Boston Globe, March 6, p.


Shultz, Charles. “Andrew Gbur, Keltie Ferris, Jackie Saccoccio”, Brooklyn Rail,  October 4, p.

___,"Jackie Saccoccio: Abstraccion Sensorial," Ambientes, Issue 80, 2011, p. 46

Van Siclen, Bill. “ ‘Collision’ at RISD Museum celebrates the ephemeral and experimental”, The Providence Journal, January 20, p.

Starger, Steven.  “Collision”, Art New England , May/June.

Cook, Greg. “’Collision’ showcases scatter art at the RISD Museum”, The Providence Phoenix, January 25, p.



McQuaid, Cate.  “ The year’s top 10” and “A year of promising signs for local galleries yielded 10 outstanding shows” The Boston Globe, December 29, p. g3-4.

McQuaid, Cate.  “In Show, Controlled Chaos”, The Boston Globe, November 14, p. N6

McQuaid, Cate.  “Wall To Wall Abstraction, TheBoston Globe, September 17, p. G4

Saltz, Jerry.  “Critic’s Pick”, New York Magazine.  June 14, p. 156


Vogel, Carol, “Watching Visions Unfold,” Inside Art, The New York Times, November

  6, p. C26

Maine, Steven, “Mapping New Territory,” Art in America, March, p. 69-71.

“Focus: Lower East Side,” Flash Art, March/April, p. 96-101.

“Goings on About Town,” The New Yorker, February 11 and 18, p. 30.

Muhler, Stephen, “Off the Grid,” Gay City News, January 24, p. 12.

Maine, Steven, “Call and Response,” The New York Sun, January 17, p. 15.


Smith, Roberta.  “Genesis I’m Sorry”.  Art in Review, The New York Times, August 3

Saltz, Jerry, “ Maximum Voracity: Jackie Saccoccio’s Retinal Thought Storm”, Village Voice, January 4, p. 43


Cameron, Kristi, “A Fellowship in Rome”. Metropolis Magazine, June, p. 130.


Marella Caracciolo, “Sul Colle del Gianicolo”, 24 Ore Ventiquattro Nov., pages 101-106

Spazi Aperti Exhibition Catalogue, Romanian Academy

Index, Exhibition Catalogue, American Academy in Rome


Jungwirth, Nikolaus.  “Im Bretterwald: Jackie Saccoccio fordert Gedankenarbeit bei Neff” in Frankfurter Rundschau, August 9.


 Dailey, Meghan.  “Painting: Sara Kane, Jackie Saccoccio, Rachel Urkowitz” in: Time-Out. (reproduction), November 30, p.92.

Kertess, Klaus.  “00” Drawings 2000 at Barbara Gladstone Gallery.  Exhibition catalogue.

Goings On About Town "00" in: The New Yorker, July 31, p. 12

Jungwirth, Nikolaus.  “Heiter und bunt sei die Kunst” in: Frankfurter Rundschau, August 5

 Cruwell, Konstanze. “Dame in Grau und heiteres Farbenchaos” in: F.A.Z.   August 3.


Cotter, Holland "Immediacies of the Hand: Recent Abstract Painting in New York" in: The New York Times, April 9, p. E40

Hunter College Immediacies of the Hand: Recent Abstract Painting in New York exhibition

catalogue, essay by Carter Ratcliff


Glueck, Grace "The Baseball Show" in: The New York Times, July 26, p. C23



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