Ripollés

|  EXHIBITIONS

2017

  • Maastrich (Holanda). Galeria Post-Garcia. Exposición obras recientes, pintura y escultura.
  • Lille (Francia). Feria de Arte Contemporáneo. Pintura y escultura con Galerie Ange Basso.

2016

  • Chicago (Estados Unidos). Feria Sofa ,con galería Berengo Studio.
  • Neuchâtel (Suiza). Colección de joyas con Artswissr.
  • Kaohsiung (Taiwan). Exposicion individual. Pintura, escultura y grabado en la Galeria Yi Yuan Ho.
  • Lille (Francia). Feria ART-TUP de arte contemporáneo, con Galería Ange Basso.
  • Breda (Netherlands). Art Breda Fair exhibition with Post + García Gallery.
  • Kaohsiung (Taiwan). Retrospective exhibition at the Ho Yi Yuan Gallery.

2015

  • Knokke (Bégica). Gallery Art-Up. Paintings, sculptures and etchings.
  • París (Francia). Art Elysees.Galerie Ange Basso.
  • Lille (Francia). Artup Foire d’ Art Contemporani, with Ange Basso Gallery.
  • Laussanne (Suiza). Art&Emotion Gallery. Sculptures and canvas exhibition.
  • Maastrich (Holanda). Galerie Post- Garcia. Groupal Exhibition.
  • Maastrich (Holland). Art Space. Bronze sculptures Exhibition.
  • Breda (Holland). Art Breda Fair, with Tom Okker Gallery.
  • Hasset (Belgica). Desserts Gallery. Groupal Exhibition.

2014

  • Moffat Beach, Queensland (Australia). Holloway Galery. Etchings and Murano crystal sculptures.
  • Castellón (España). Ripollés designs the scenography of Mozart’s 'Magic Flute'.
  • Alcira (España). Cultural Center. Etchings, canvas and sculptures Exhibition.
  • 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.