Ray Arcadio is a visual artist from New Jersey.  He obtained a B.F.A
from New Jersey City University.  

Arcadio’s background is in street art and graphic design.  He was a
founding member of the culture jamming collaborative group Artfux,
who were pioneers in street art.

Ray has exhibited extensively around the United States and has
appeared in various newspapers, magazines and television shows.  
Among his solo shows he has also participated  in numerous group
shows throughout New York and New Jersey, and was chosen one of
30 artists to represent the state in the "The Visual Imaginary of
Latinas/os in New Jersey," sponsored by Rutgers University’s Center
for Latinos Arts and Culture.

His work is in various private collections including the
Jersey City
Museum in Jersey City, NJ,The Museum of Modern Religious Art at the
University of St. Louis in St. Louis, MO and the Museo Moderno de
Arte, Santo Domingo, RD.

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