Julie Zener Gallery


JM Rizzi, has fused a unique mixture of neo-abstract expressionism with hints of contemporary pop to create a style all his own. Originally hailing from Brooklyn New York, Rizzi has been influenced by street art and the established art world his entire life. Through his individual, hybrid, street style he has dedicated himself to bringing art to the outside world. As he replicates the scale and motion set forth by early abstract expressionists, he reinterprets these ideas with his own distinct signature. Having participated in the highly successful 11 Spring Street show in 2006 and the underbelly Project in 2010, he has gone on to create building sized murals in New York, participated in a solo exhibition in Hong Kong, and has also executed large scale installations for Nike.  Rizzi has shown with street art legends such as Blek, Le Rat, Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Swoon, Aiko, Haring, and Basquiat. His work has also been featured in street art books and editorial publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Elle Japan.

  • "Red Descending"

    40" x 60"Digital Media on Aluminum

  • "Blue Tone"

    40" x 60"Digital Media on Aluminum

  • "Autumn Leaves"

    60" x 40"Digital Media on Aluminum

  • "And Walks"

    40" x 90"Acrylic on Canvas

  • "Swooping Cables"

    44" x 66"Acrylic on Canvas

  • "I is Another"

    96" x 68"Acrylic on Canvas

  • "Color Stargazer"

    30" x 40"Acrylic on Canvas

  • Untitled"

    48" x 66"Acrylic on Canvas

  • "Frozen"

    56" x 72"Acrylic on Canvas