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Juan Ripolles

Juan García Ripollés (Castellon) was born in Alzira (Valencia, Spain) in 1932. His mother died during childbirth and not long after, he moved to Castellon, known as Castellon La Plana.

His early years were a struggle: horse dung collector, scrap collector and housepainter were just some of his professions before leaving for Paris in 1954. His desire was to be an artist and it was there that his dreams came true. Just four years later, his creations were hanging on the walls of the prestigious Drouand David Gallery, the same gallery that had earlier exhibited the works of Picasso and Chagall.
Since returning to Spain in the 1970’s, the immediate natural environment has become his workshop. Even now in his 80’s, his routine has not changed and he can still be found painting in the vegetable patch of his old manor house in the small country hamlet of Mas de Flors in Castellon.
For the past five decades, his canvasses and prints have been exhibited at the major galleries and museums of Amsterdam, New York, Tokyo and Beijing. His large-format sculptures have been seen in the parks and emblematic streets and squares of Madrid, Seville, Valencia, Lisbon, Venice, Verona, ‘s -Hertogenbosch and Beijing.

I love bread and my idea of Paradise is life itself. I don’t mix my words. You are you. It is my pain, my thirst, my glance, my love, my word. You are you.

For me, art is a reflection of reality, an intense, living emotion.
I change whole words for part words. Who would exchange laughter for tears for me?

Today, I wanted to say something, I don’t quite know what. Nothing, I wasn’t able to say a solitary thing.”

 

 

2015

  • Lille (France). Artup Contemporary Art Fair, with Ange Basso Gallery
  • Maastricht (Netherlands)10 Years of the Post + Garcia Gallery. Group exhibition
  • Castellon (Spain) paints the bullring, barriers and burladeros for the Goya-style ‘Corrida’ during Madalena’s festival.
  • Maastricht (Netherlands) Bronze sculpture exhibition
  • Breda (Netherlands) exhibition by Tom Okker Art gallery at Art Brenda

 

 

2014

  • Lille (France). Artup Contemporary Art Fair, with Ange Basso Gallery
  • Cieza (Murcia). Efe Serrano Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, sculptures and prints
  • Valencia (Spain). Exhibition of paintings, sculptures and engravings to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of El Corte Inglés
  • Paris (France). “Une vie en colors”, in Ange Basso Art Gallery
  • Singapore (Singapore). “The colors of life”, in Belvedere Art Gallery

 

2013

  • Tai’an, Shangong Province (China). Tai’an City Hall, exhibition of large-format sculptures, paintings, etchings, iron, bronze, fibreglass and resin sculptures
  • Maastricht (Holland). Post-Garcia Gallery. Joint exhibition of paintings, sculptures and etchings
  • Valence (France). Chromalies. Exhibition of sculptures
  • Lausanne (Switzerland). Art& Emotion Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, sculptures and etchings
  • Knokke (Belgium). Art-Up Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, sculptures and etchings
  • Spa (Belgium). Azur Gallery. Paintings, sculptures and etchings.
  • Veldhoven (Netherlands). Hans Persoon Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, prints and sculptures
  • Gouda (Netherlands). Arti Legi Cultural Space. Retrospective exhibition.
  • Chicago (USA). 20th Sofa Art Fair edition, with Berengo Studio Art Gallery

 

2012

  • Paris (France). Ange Basso Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, sculptures and etchings
  • Peking (China). Beijing World Art Museum. Exhibition of large-format sculptures, paintings, etchings, as well as iron, bronze, fibreglass and resin sculptures
  • Jinan (China). Shandong Museum. Exhibition of large-format sculptures, paintings, etchings as well as iron, bronze, fibreglass and resin sculptures
  • Cannes (France). Terre des Arts Gallery. Paintings and sculptures. Gran Hotel de Cannes. Exhibition of large-format sculptures
  • Wuhan (China). Wuhan Museum. Exhibition of large-format sculptures, paintings, etchings as well as iron, bronze, fibreglass and resin sculptures
  • Liege (Belgium). Liehrman Gallery. Exhibition of paintings and sculptures
  • Geneva (Switzerland). Cigarini Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, sculptures and etchings
  • Portocolom (Spain). Simon Nolte Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, sculptures, etchings and gouache
  • Valencia (Spain). IVAM (Valencia Institute of Modern Art). Retrospective exhibition “Las musas de Juan Ripollés” (Juan Ripollés and his muses). Paintings, sculptures, etchings, gouache and large-format sculptures from 1945 to 2012
  • Ghent (Belgium). Lineart , Art-up Gallery, Azur Gallery, Berengo Studio

 

2011

  • Hasselt (Belgium). Dessers Gallery. Joint exhibition (Alechinsky, Appel, Cobbaert, Ripollés).
  • Münster (Germany). Simon Nolte Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, etchings and sculptures
  • Knokke-Zoute (Belgium). Artup Gallery. Exhibition of paintings sculptures and etchings
  • Florida (USA). Art Naples. Murano glass with the Berengo Studio
  • Valence (France). Chromalies. Paintings and sculptures with the Valence Dauphin Lions Club
  • Paris (France). Ange Basso Gallery. Joint exhibition
  • Valencia (Spain). City of Science and Arts. Chess set by Ripollés made using Murano glass. 8x8m in the Príncipe Felipe Science Museum. Officially opened by Anatoly Karpov
  • Escaldes-Engordany (Andorra). Exhibition of large-format sculptures “UNIVERS RIPOLLÉS”. Government of Andorra Exhibition Rooms. “Emoción Viva” (Living Emotion). Curator: Pilar Gimeno
  • Venice (Italy) Biennale. Totemcity. Scuola Grande de San Teodoro
  • Escaldes-Engordany (Andorra). Exhibition of paintings, etchings and sculptures in the Art al Set Gallery

 

2010

  • Castellon (Spain). Large-format sculptures entitled ‘Homenaje a las víctimas del terrorismo’ (Homage to the victims of terrorism).
  • Spa (Belgium). Exhibition in the Azur Gallery of etchings, sculptures and paintings.
  • Valencia (Spain). Exhibition of ‘Ripollés, jugando con la materia’ (Ripollés playing with matter) at the La Colomina Palace. Organised by the CEU Cardenal Herrera University.
  • Alicante (Spain). Positioning on land donated by the Alicante Port Authority of a large-format sculpture entitled ‘Adivinadora’ (Fortune teller). Sponsor: CAM.
  • Castellon (Spain). Large-format sculpture in bronze for the city in Plaza del Rey.
  • Madrid (Spain). Arco 2010 Art Fair and Madrid Trade Fair with the Berengo Studio.
  • Castellon (Spain). Large-format sculptures in bronze for the city in Plaza de las Aulas.
  • Veldhoven (Holland). Hans Persoon Gallery. Joint exhibition of the works of Cobra and Ripollés
  • Kars (Germany). Spanish Art Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, sculptures and prints
  • Maastricht (Holland). Post-Garcia Gallery. Joint exhibition of works by Alechinsky-Lataster-Ripolles
  • ‘s-Hertogenbosch (Holland). Antiques Art Fair with the Post-García Gallery
  • Miami (USA). Miami Art Fair with Berengo Studio
  • Palm Beach (USA). Art Palm Beach Contemporary with Berengo Studio
  • Orense (Spain) Visol Gallery. Joint exhibition entitled ‘El Gato’ (The Cat) with the matter etching by Ripollés
  • Vigo (Spain). Art-Next Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, etchings and sculptures.
  • Valencia (Spain). City of Science and Arts. Exhibition of large-format sculptures (bronze and Murano glass)
  • Atzneta (Castellon). Exhibition of resin and bronze sculptures and etchings.
  • Utrecht (Holland). Open Art Fair 2010 Post-Garcia Gallery
  • Veldhoven (Holland). Hans Persoon Gallery: Exhibition of paintings, sculptures and etchings
  • Ghent (Belgium). Lineart Post-Garcia Gallery.
  • New York (USA). The Affordable Art Fair AAF, Minsky Gallery.

 

 

2009

  • Seville (Spain). Plaza del Triunfo. Exhibition of large-format sculptures . UNIVERSO URBANO. Sponsor: CAM, NOSDO, Seville City Hall
  • Hasselt (Belgium). Dessers Gallery. Exhibition of paintings and sculptures
  • Ede (Holland). Launch of two large-format sculptures in coloured bronze in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento of Ede donated for HVA Funds
  • Paris (France). Minsky Gallery. Exhibition of paintings and sculptures.
  • Rotterdam (Holland). Primavera Art & Antiques Fair 2009. Berengo Studio. Murano glass
  • Madrid (Spain). Retiro Park (Paseo de Mexico) Exhibition of large-format sculptures. UNIVERSO URBANO Sponsor: CAM and Madrid City Hall
  • Estoril (Portugal). Estoril Casino. Exhibition of large-format sculptures. UNIVERSO URBANO. And Murano glass chess set in the foyer of the Casino carried out by the IVAM (Valencia Institute of Modern Art)
  • Merida (Spain). Inauguration Gala of the play entitled The Rape of Proserpine. Characters from the play brought to life by Ripollés
  • Lisbon (Portugal). Lisbon Casino exhibition of the Murano glass chess set. Exhibition carried out by the IVAM (Valencia Institute of Modern Art)
  • Annecy (France). Forum Bonlieu Expo. Paintings, sculptures and Murano glass.
  • Woluwe-Saint-Pierre (Belgium). Woluwe-Saint-Pierre City Hall Exhibition of matter etchings, classic etchings and resin sculptures
  • Brussels (Belgium). Committee of Regions, Matter etchings and Murano glass sculptures
  • Alicante (Spain). Seafront promenade. Exhibition of large format sculptures. UNIVERSO URBANO. Sponsor: CAM, Alicante City Hall, Alicante Port and IVF.
  • Chicago (USA) Sofa Chicago Art Fair with Berengo Studio
  • Alicante (Spain). Diarío Información Club. Exhibition entitled “Matter etchings”
  • Geneva (Switzerland). Cigarini Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, etchings and sculptures
  • Valencia (Spain). Valencia Furniture Trade Fair presents a piece of furniture painted by the artist
  • Venice (Italy). Joint sculpture exhibition on Berzosa Island as part of the official Biennale programme
  • Eindhoven (Holland). Contemporary Art Fair. Murano glass sculptures with the Berengo Studio
  • Montevideo (Uruguay). Teaching exhibit entitled ‘Ripollés entre dos continentes’ (Ripollés between two continents) at the Club Español de Uruguay
  • Benidorm (Spain). Exhibition of four fibreglass sculptures covered with Murano glass shreds at the Spain versus Serbia Davis Cup.
  • Annecy (France). Exhibition of paintings, etchings and sculptures at the Forum Bonlieu
  • Utrecht (Holland). Art Fair with the Berengo Studio. Murano glass sculptures.
  • Brussels (Belgium). Exhibition of etchings and sculptures at the headquarters of the EU Valencia Community Foundation
  • Chicago (USA). SOFA Art Fair with Berengo Studio.
  • Asnières (France). Exhibition of Moruno-glass sculptures at Asnières Chateau

 

2008

  • Davos (Switzerland). World Economic Forum with Berengo Studio. Totem with Murano glass
  • Grao de Castellon (Spain). 12m fibreglass sculptures for the Gran Casino in Castellon
  • Grao de Castellon (Spain). Large format sculptures for the façade of the Sol building
  • Valencia (Spain). IVAM (Valencia Institute of Modern Art) launches the large format chess set (8m x 8m) in Murano glass to coincide with the book launch of “Ripollés 1980-2006”
  • Valencia (Spain). Gran Via Marques del Turia exhibition of great sculptors; Valencia City Hall exhibition rooms. Paintings and sculptures. Sponsor: CAM, I.V.F; Lametro Gallery. Exhibition of classic etchings as well as matter etchings. Sponsors: Valencia Regional Railways, Vossloh and Metro Valencia
  • Ibiza (Spain). Miguel E. Young Gallery. Exhibition of Murano glass sculptures.
  • Brussels (Belgium). Delegation of the Regional Government of Valencia in Brussels. Exhibition of classic etchings from the 1980s.
  • Valencia (Spain). The Valencia Government awards Juan Garcia Ripolles the Order of Merit for Culture
  • Cordoba (Spain). Paseo de Cordoba. Exhibition of large-format sculptures: Sponsored by CAM, the Sánchez Ramade Foundation and Azahar
  • Ghent (Belgium). Lineart Ghent 2008. Post-Garcia Gallery and Berengo Fine Arts
  • Langbroek (Holland). Laimbock Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, sculptures and etchings
  • Veldhoven (Holland). Hans Persoon Gallery. Exhibition of paintings, sculptures and etchings
  • Strasbourg (France). Feria ST-Art with Berengo Studio
  • Chicago (USA). SOFA Art Fair. Murano glass sculptures

 

2007

  • Murano (Italy). A Murano-glass chess set with large-format sculptures
  • Klagenfur (Austria). Joint exhibition of Murano glass. Contemporary Art Museum
  • Grenoble (France). Large-format sculptures for a private collection
  • Venice (Italy). Exhibition of large-format sculptures. Sixteen bronze and iron sculptures along the Gran Canal, as well as fibreglass sculptures on the islands of Murano, Burano, Lido and Pallestrina. Sponsors: Azhar Viveros Molina
  • Münster (Germany). Michael Nolte Gallery – paintings and sculptures
  • Hasselt (Belgium). Dessers Gallery – joint exhibition of paintings and sculptures
  • Maastricht (Holland). Post-Garcia Gallery. Paintings, bronze and resin sculptures, and etchings. Book launch of “Ripollés a su manera” (Ripollés à la Ripollés)
  • Alicante (Spain). Sculpture for the Breitling Med-Cup 2007 awards ceremony
  • Verona (Italy). Exhibition in the city centre of large-format bronze and iron sculptures. Book launch of “Ripollés in Venice”. Sponsor: Azahar Viveros Molina
  • Castellon (Spain). Logo for the 2008 Special Olympics
  • Castellon (Spain). Castellon Provincial Hospital pays homage to Ripollés
  • Ghent (Belgium). Lineart Ghent 2007. Post-Garcia Gallery and Berengo Fine Arts

 

2006

  • Maastricht (Holland). European Art Fair 2006. Luis Elvira Gallery. Iron sculptures.
  • Vall d’Uxó (Spain). Large-format sculptures in fibreglass for a private company – MAGALIBEL
  • Mainz (Germany). Exhibition of paintings, etchings and sculptures at Mainz City Hall’s exhibition rooms
  • Valencia (Spain). Relocation of large-format bronze sculptures from San Miguel de los Reyes to the roundabout located between the Palau de la Música and the City of Arts and Sciences
  • San Juan de Moró (Spain). Official opening of a public square in honour of Ripollés with a bronze statute entitled “Humanity” – 220x130x150 cm.
  • Palma de Mallorca (Spain). Exhibition of large format sculptures. Sponsor: Azahart, Vivero de Ideas
  • Castellon (Spain). Commissioned to create a unique bronze sculpture for a private company (LUBASA)
  • Geneva (Switzerland). Cigarini Gallery. Paintings, sculptures and etchings.
  • Veldhoven (Holland). Kader Art Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Valencia (Spain). Designs a poster for the First Congress of the Federation of Fallas
  • Aix-les-Bains (France). Grand Cercle Casino
  • Castellon (Spain). Castellon Auditorium and Convention Centre. Murano-glass sculptures

 

2005

  • Innsbruck (Austria). Internationale Kunsnstmesse 2005. Pieter Post Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • The Hague (Holland). Holland Art Fair 2005. Berengo Fine Arts. Murano glass sculptures
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Kunst Rai 2005. Berengo Fine Arts. Murano-glass sculptures
  • Ghent (Belgium). Lineart Ghent 2005. Artemas Gallery and Berengo Fine Arts
  • Maastricht (Holland). European Art Fair 2005. Luis Elvira Gallery. Iron sculptures
  • Valencia (Spain). Las Provincias Award (Valencian Awards for the 21st Century)
  • Valencia (Spain). Creates a bag to be auctioned off to raise funds for patients suffering from Alzheimer’s
  • Castellon (Spain). Designs the scale model for the El Sol building. Developer: Paco Molina
  • Castellon (Spain). Castellon Auditorium and Convention Centre. Inaugural exhibition in Spain of Murano-glass sculptures
  • Hasselt (Belgium). Dessers Gallery, paintings, etchings and sculptures

 

2004

  • Amsterdam (Holland). Kunst Rai ’04. Berengo Fine Arts. Murano-glass sculptures
  • Ghent (Belgium). Lineart Gent 2004. Artemas Gallery and Berengo Fine Arts
  • Castellon (Spain). Large-format sculptures. Sponsor: Paco Molina-Azahar
  • Maastricht (Holland). European Art Fair 04, Luis Elvira Gallery. Iron sculptures. Post-García Gallery. Paintings and sculptures.
  • Hasselt (Belgium). Dessers Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Amberes (Belgium). Antelope Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Castellon (Spain). Creates the Nativity Scene for the façade of the Castellon Auditorium and Convention Centre
  • Innsbruck (Austria). Internationale Kunstmesse 2004 with the Pieter Post Gallery
  • The Hague (Holland). Holland Art Fair 2004 with Berengo Fine Arts
  • Castellon (Spain). 1st Prize for the Cadena SER Plastic Arts Awards

 

2003

  • Innsbruck (Austria). Internationale Kunstmesse 2003. Pieter Post Gallery.
  • The Hague (Holland). Holland Art Fair 2003. Pieter Post Gallery. Chiefs and Spirits Gallery
  • Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic). Travelling exhibition of latest large-format sculptures organised by the “Museum Consortium” of the Regional Government of Valencia
  • Trento (Italy). Trentini Palace. International Sculpture Exhibition
  • Maastricht (Holland). European Art Fair 03. Luis Elvira Gallery
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Kunst Rai 03. Berengo Fine Arts. Murano-glass sculptures. Pan 03. Hüsstege Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Oropesa (Spain). Iron Museum. Exhibition of matter etchings
  • Ghent (Belgium). Lineart Gent 03. Artemas Gallery – paintings and sculptures. Berengo Fine Arts. Murano-glass sculptures
  • Geneva (Switzerland). Cigarini Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Castellon (Spain). Large-format fibreglass and bronze sculpture for the Castellon Provincial Hospital

 

2002

  • ‘s-Hertogenbosch (Holland). Kunst Rai ’02. Hüsstege Gallery. Berengo Fine Arts
  • Ghent (Belgium). Lineart Ghent 2002 with the Artemas Gallery. Lineart 2002, with Berengo Fine Arts
  • Valencia (Spain). “Homenaje al libro” (Homage to books). Twelve-tonne bronze sculpture commissioned by the Regional Government of Valencia for the square in front of the Valencia Library
  • Oropesa (Spain). Iron Museum. Exhibition of recent iron sculptures
  • Castellon (Spain). Homage to Ripollés for his artistic career at the Castellon Fine Arts Museum
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Art Works Gallery. Paintings and sculptures. Kunst Rai 2002 with the Hüsstege Gallery and Berengo Fine Arts
  • Leon (Spain). Sardon Gallery – paintings, etchings and sculptures
  • Castellon (Spain). Bronze and fibreglass sculpture-fountain “Homenaje al filador y Menaor”, entitled Les Cordeliers. Fourteen metres tall with a sixteen metre diameter commissioned by Castellon City Hall
  • Castellon (Spain). Large-format sculptures for Castellon Port as part of its 75th anniversary celebrations

 

2001

  • Valencia (Spain). Muro Gallery
  • Ostend (Belgium). Presentation of Murano-glass sculptures
  • Lido (Italy). OPEN 2001. 4th International Sculpture and Installation Exhibition. Sponsor: Berengo Fine Art Gallery and Azahar
  • Murano (Italy). Travelling Murano-glass sculpture exhibition funded through the European Parliament
  • Valencia (Spain). 1st Prize for the Valencia Regional Government’s Plastic Arts Award
  • Soria (Spain). Historic Centre. Fourteen large-format, open-air sculptures. Sponsor: Azahar. Organised by Soria City Hall
  • Geneva (Switzerland). Cigarini Gallery. Paintings, sculptures and etchings
  • Ibiza (Spain). International Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Calpe (Spain). Calpe Cultural Centre. Exhibition entitled “Entre dos Milenios” (Between two Millenniums)
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Kunst Rai 2001 with the Hüsstegge Gallery

 

 

2000

  • Cologne (Germany). Kunst Köln 2000-Fischerplatz Gallery
  • Zürich (Switzerland). Bilderrahmen Gallery
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Art-Works Gallery
  • ‘s-Hertogenbosch (Holland). Exhibition of large-format sculptures organized by the Hüsstege Gallery
  • Valencia (Spain). Almudin Palace. Exhibition of the latest large-format sculptures. Organized by the “Museum Consortium” of the Regional Government of Valencia. Travelling exhibition through the Valencia Region and then on to South and Central America.
  • Valencia (Spain). Thema Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Ghent (Belgium). Linearte Ghent 2000 with the La Aurora Gallery.

 

1999

  • Ulm (Germany). Fischerplatz Gallery. Paintings and sculptures.
  • München (Germany). Prannerstrasse Gallery. Etchings
  • Singapore. Singapore Arts Festival ’99
  • Salou (Spain). Sculpture Walk: Fourteen large-format sculptures in the open air
  • Alicante (Spain). Alicante University Museum exhibition entitled “La Memoria Que Nos Une” (The memory that unites us)
  • ‘s-Hertongenbosch (Holland). Hüsstege Gallery. Joint exhibition
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Kunst Rai ‘99 with the Hüsstege Gallery
  • Geneva (Switzerland). Cigarini Gallery
  • Villarreal (Spain). Villareal City Museum. Joint exhibition. Iron sculptures

 

1998

  • Vall d´Alba (Spain). Bronze statues measuring 123x300x137cm and weighing 600kg
  • Bremen (Germany). Kühn Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Marbella (Spain). José Palomo Exhibition Rooms. Paintings and sculptures
  • Münster (Germany). Schnake Gallery
  • Palma de Mallorca (Spain). Casal Solleric. Paintings and sculptures. Paseo del Born. Fourteen large-format sculptures in the open air. Sponsor: Azahar
  • Dusseldorf (Germany). Art – Multiple ‘98. Fischerplatz Gallery. Matter etchings, bronzes and resins
  • St Tropez (France). Le Savoir “ Charles Vasseort”
  • ‘s-Hertongenbosch (Holland). Hüsstege Gallery joint exhibition
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Art Works. Paintings and sculptures
  • Villafames (Spain). Large-format, bronze sculptures
  • Amsterdam (Holland). PAN ‘98 with the Hüsstege Gallery

 

1997

  • Paris (France). Dionne Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Ulm (Germany). Fischerplatz Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Geneva (Switzerland). Cigarini Gallery. Paintings, sculptures and etchings
  • ‘s-Hertogenbosch (Holland). Hüsstege Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Berlín (Germany). Kühn Gallery. Etchings
  • Bordeaux (France). Imagine Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Pan ’97. Hüsstege Gallery
  • ‘s-Hertogenbosch (Holland). Hüsstege Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Lausanne (Switzerland). Catherine Niederhauser Gallery. Matter etchings
  • Dusseldorf (Germany). Art Multiple ‘97 with the Fischerplatz Gallery
  • Utrecht (Holland). Laimböck Gallery

 

1996

  • Amsterdam (Holland). Pan ‘96 Hüsstege Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Düsseldorf (Germany). Art-Multiple with the La Aurora and Dionea Galleries. Matter etchings and bronzes
  • Lausanne (Switzerland). Catherine Niederhauser Gallery – paintings, sculptures and etchings
  • Dortmund (Germany). Ante Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Leon (Spain). Sardón Gallery
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Art Works Gallery. Sculptures, etchings and paintings
  • Utrecht (Holland). Laimböck Gallery

 

1995

  • Lausanne (Switzerland). Paul Valloton Gallery, Catherine Niederhauser Gallery and the Olympic Museum
  • New York (USA). Art-Expo ‘95. Dione Gallery. Paintings and sculptures
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Art-Works Gallery. Paintings, sculptures and etchings
  • Murcia (Spain). La Aurora Gallery. Paintings, sculptures and prints
  • ‘s-Hertongenbosch (Holland). Hüsstege Gallery
  • Veere (Holland). Delta-Cultural Foundation
  • Ghent (Belgium). Line-Art 95 with the Laimböck Gallery

 

1994

  • Amsterdam (Holland). Art-Works Gallery-Biennale. Sculpture
  • Miami (USA). Art 94 Kass Meridian Gallery
  • Evian (France). Club Royal. Rostropovich Room. Exhibition of matter etchings
  • Dusseldorf (Germany). Art Multiple ‘94 with the Bosquet and Dione galleries
  • ‘s-Hertongenbosch (Holland). Hüsstege Gallery

 

1993

  • Chicago (USA). Kass Meridian Gallery. Paintings
  • Dusseldorf (Germany). Art Múltiple 93 Hüsstege Gallery. Matter etchings
  • Paris (France). Saga 93 with the Dionne Gallery
  • Gandía (Spain). Gandia University. Exhibition of etchings
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Arts Works Gallery
  • Meribel (France). Antares Hotel and the Banque Populare Savoisienne de Crédit
  • Maastricht (Holland). The European Fine Art Fair with the Hüsstege Gallery
  • ‘s-Hertongenbosch (Holland). Hüsstege Gallery. Joint exhibition

 

1992

  • Amsterdam (Holland). Art Works Gallery Paintings and etchings
  • Miami (USA). Miami Art ’92, Convention Center (Art Deco District) with the Bosquet Gallery (paintings) and Kass Meridian Gallery in Chicago (matter etchings)
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Art Works Gallery
  • Stockholm (Sweden). Art Fair ’91 Spanish Pavilion
  • Brides-les-Bains (France). Gallery at the Thermes Grand Hotel
  • Barcelona (Spain). Dube Gallery. Prints
  • Paris (France). Interart ‘92 with the Dionne Gallery

 

1991

  • Paris (France). Fiac Edition with the Bosquet Gallery in Paris
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Art Works Gallery
  • Talavera de la Reina (Spain). Municipal Cultural Centre. Joint exhibition of prints by Saura, Tapies, Chillida & Ripollés

 

1990

  • Castellon (Spain). Nineteen metre tall, 42 tonne sculpture for the Castellon Planetarium
  • Paris (France). Saga ‘90 (Fiac Edition) Grand Palais
  • Stockholm (Sweden). Art-Fair with the Bosquet Gallery in Paris
  • Maastricht (Holland). Art-Fair ‘90. Hüsstege Gallery
  • Valencia (Spain). Viciana Art Gallery. Prints

 

 

 

1989

  • Paris (France) Saga ‘89 (FIAC Edition) Grand Palais. Presentation of matter etchings with the Estiarte Gallery in Madrid
  • Basel (Switzerland). Art’89 with the Estiarte Gallery
  • Salamanca-Valladolid-Avila-Zamora-Palencia (Spain). Travelling exhibition. Caja de Ahorros de Salamanca.
  • Madrid (Spain). Estiarte Gallery. Prints
  • Valencia (Spain). Viciana Gallery
  • ‘s-Hertongenbosch (Holland). Hüsstege Gallery

 

1988

  • Granada (Spain). Madraza Palace. Exhibition of paintings
  • Amsterdam (Holland). Kooring Gallery. Iron sculptures
  • Granada (Spain). Madraza Palace and Granada University
  • Madrid (Spain). Conde Duque Cultural Centre. 100 classic Spanish etchings
  • Valencia (Spain) Interarte ‘88 with the Val i 30 Gallery
  • Ghent (Belgium). Lineart ‘88 with the Val i 30 Gallery
  • Bilbao (Spain). Ederti Gallery

 

1987

  • Castellon (Spain). Commissioned by the Valencia Regional Government. A 50m2 ceramic mural in Borriol
  • Veere (Holland). Schotse Huizen Museum
  • Leon (Spain). Sardón Gallery

 

1986

  • Palencia (Spain). Caja de Ahorros and Monte de Piedad exhibition rooms in Salamanca

 

1985

  • Madrid (Spain). Estiarte Gallery. Classic etchings
  • Valencia (Spain). Theo Gallery. Classic etchings
  • Brussels, Amberes (Belgium) Europalia ‘85-Spain. Ripollés is invited and sponsored by BP (British Petroleum) and exhibits at the “BP Gallery”
  • Bilbao (Spain). Ederti Gallery. Canvasses, etchings and drawings
  • Roosendaal (Holland). “Tongerloohuys” Museum
  • Amberes (Holland). Europalia in BP Gallery

 

1984

  • Madrid (Spain). Arco ’84 with the D’Eendt Gallery from Amsterdam.
  • Eindhoven (Holland). Philips Foundation exhibition rooms
  • Valencia (Spain). Cuatro Gallery, Estudios Avanzados Foundation
  • Madrid (Spain). Estiarte Gallery
  • Palma de Mallorca (Spain). Joaquin Mir Gallery
  • Middelburg (Holland). B. Witte Gallery
  • Castellon (Spain). Vermell Gallery. Etchings

 

1983

  • Castellon (Spain). 200m2 mural along C/ Mayor no. 34 in Castellon. 400m2 mural in the Plaza de la Paz, also in Castellon
  • Bilbao (Spain). Ederti Gallery
  • Tarragona (Spain). Arimany Art Gallery
  • Benidorm (Spain). Velásquez Gallery
  • Santander (Spain). Sur Gallery
  • Gijón (Spain). Tioda Art Gallery
  • Saragossa (Spain). Odile Gallery

 

1982

  • Amsterdam (Holland). D´Eendt Gallery
  • Alicante (Spain). “Mediterránea” Visual Art Centre
  • Castellon (Spain). Simultaneous exhibitions at the Terra, Canem and Vermell Gallery and the El Campanar Gallery
  • Logroño (Spain) West Room of the former tobacco factory (Tabacalera).
  • Valencia (Spain). Theo Gallery
  • Barcelona (Spain). Lassaleta Gallery

 

1979

  • Valencia (Spain). Valle Orti Gallery.

 

1978

  • Barcelona (Spain). Layetana Gallery
  • Madrid (Spain). El Coleccionista Gallery
  • Castellon (Spain). Nonell Gallery

 

1973

  • Mexico City (Mexico). Miranda Gallery
  • Castellon (Spain). Derenzi Gallery
  • Barcelona (Spain). La Pinacoteca. Paintings

 

1972

  • Madrid (Spain). Anne Barchet Art Gallery

 

 

1971

  • New York (USA). Leon Amiel Gallery

 

1969

  • New York (USA). “The William Haber Art Collection”
  • Madrid (Spain). American Women´s Club

 

1967

  • Seville (Spain). La Pasarela Art Gallery

 

1966

  • Madrid (Spain). Don Quixote. Exhibition of figures and landscapes of Andalusia

 

1964

  • Joint exhibition at associate galleries in Europe, the United States and Japan of the “Drouand David” Gallery in Paris

 

1963

  • Seville (Spain). Pasarela Gallery. Paintings
  • Paris (France). Epona Gallery. Joint exhibition

 

1962

  • Barcelona (Spain). Barcelona Contemporary Art Museum
  • Castellon (Spain) Castellon Savings Bank

 

1960

  • Nievre (France). Art collector Albert Achdjian commissioned him to paint 12 works of art for the “St. Paul de Tigran de Chaulgnes” Church in Nievre
  • Paris (France). Chirvan Gallery

 

1958

  • Paris (France). Part of a group of painters exhibiting at the Drouand David Gallery in Paris

 

1943 -51

  • Studied at Arts & Crafts Francisco Ribalta of Castellon, Spain (night school)