Bosco Sodi Painted In 12th Century Palazzo For Venice Biennale Exhibit – ARTnews.com

Bosco Sodi’s minimalist, highly textured paintings are intensely place-based. For the 2022 Venice Biennale, the Mexican artist spent spent about a month at the Palazzo Vendramin Grimani, a grand 12th century building on Venice’s Grand Canal, producing a small series of paintings made in his particular process: by layering wood dust, cellulose pulp, glue and … Read more

In the studio with… Bosco Sodi

The Mexican artist Bosco Sodi is renowned for his large-scale, richly textured abstract paintings, made with a range of organic materials including sawdust, wood, pulp and raw pigments, and with which Sodi embraces the role of chance and accident. For his next exhibition – ‘What Goes Around Comes Around’, the result of a residency at … Read more