For one of the biggest booths at the fair, Ricco/Maresca brought a wide selection of classic and contemporary figures, including Domingo Guccione, Ken Grimes, and Eddie Arning. Martín Ramírez, the master draftsman who spent the last 15 years of his life institutionalized, is there riding a donkey. George Widener, described here as a “high-functioning savant,” is represented with a maximalist sequence of dates, patterns, and places that equates to a self-portrait. Taking up the most wall is a whimsical painting by William L. Hawkins titled Diplodocus (1987), its title a reference to the longest-known dinosaur. Diplodocus towers over a forest that may be on fire. The lizard, regardless, is unbothered.