The New York Times Style Magazine, T, recently featured an interview with native New York artist, Max ‘RIPO‘ Rippon, where he discusses his summer solo exhibit at White Walls, Signs, Fines, & Cheap Wines. Since then, the artist has spent time in New York, Portugal, and various parts of Spain, working on commissioned pieces as well as participating in the Avant-Garde Urbano Festival where his mural Surreal But So Real created quite a buzz.
Rippon is currently creating new works for his upcoming solo exhibit at Galerie Itinerrance which opens late November in Paris. With plans for a large installation of assemblage paintings using found objects, the artist is busy collecting items from the street: discarded furniture, old doors, windows, signs, mirrors, and more. Learn more about this process in the full interview and stay tuned for updates on the talented Max Rippon.
“I see myself starting to paint much larger walls while at the same time refining and evolving my work indoors and in galleries.”You Might Also Like: