French street artist Ludo took some time to answer some questions about art, music, and his solo show “Fruit of the Doom” on display @ Jonathan Levine Gallery in NYC (open until March 22nd).
Ludo who is best known for his trademark black, white, and green color palette creates art which deals with current societal issues. This trend is continued in his amazing solo show at JLG in NYC.
Here is what Ludo had to say about art, music, and inspiration:
Your show at JLG has been an amazing success (from what I have been told every piece is sold except for the giant sculpture). Are you surprised that the pieces sold so quickly with a price tag of $20-50K (Congratulations on this by the way!)? Do you think the urban/street art market is at an all time high right now? Will the bubble burst?
Are there any contemporary artists who are influencing you? Any up and coming artists we should keep an eye out for?
What can we expect from Ludo in the rest of 2014?
Is there anything you would like to talk about we have not discussed ; )
If I take a trip to Paris can I visit your studio?? I really need an excuse to go back to Paris…it’s been 15 years