The Creative Mind: Q&A with Contemporary Artist Bosco Sodi

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Courtesy Pace Gallery

Bosco Sodi, Untitled, 2013

Mexican painter Bosco Sodi works in the tradition of Abstract Expressionism, creating large-scale canvases that evoke a scorched, cracked earth in a variety of vivid colors. By constructing a conversation between himself as artist and the raw materials he employs, Sodi infuses an effusive spirituality in his pieces. He also values the emotional power of his art: “I think painting at this time has a big responsibility to help people to heal and to show people that life is impermanent.”

You live and work in a number of places: New York, Mexico City, Barcelona, Berlin. How does all this moving around influence your art?

I try

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