Richard Wilcox
Born 1945 in CT
Lives and works in New York City

After graduating in 1966 from the Paier College of Art where his studies included fine arts and interior design, Richard moved to New York City where he pursued his career in the furniture, textile and interior design industries.

Since retiring in 2010 he has dedicated himself to his photography full time. His primary interest is in abstract composition he finds in the built environment of New York City.

Although essentially self-taught, he has studied photography at The New School for Social Research and at the International Center for Photography.

His work is currently shown in the Soho Photo Gallery in New York and is in numerous private collections of architects and other photographers.

Richard focuses on . . . “what is endlessly there to play with, simple though it may be, allowing us to see differently”.
Sandra Ullmann, Photographer
Chicago, IL

Richard was . . . “one of the finest students I have had in my eight years of teaching”. He possesses “a sophisticated sense of design, intelligence and creativity”.
Dennis Masback, Faculty
Parsons School of Design and The New School for Social Research