“I want to be remembered as an artist who contributed to innovation with the implementation of new techniques, methods, and processes,” says Dominican Republic artist Džozef Bosch.
Džozef Bosch is a Dominican Republic artist based in America who uses traditional painting techniques (oil and acrylic) to create neo-expressionist artworks that show traces of Picasso, Basquiat, and De Kooning. His photography and digital work is influenced by Ray Man and Salvador Dalí with a flair for surrealistic and dreamlike effects that captivate collectors worldwide.
Discover the Fascinating World of a Dominican Republic Artist
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Džozef Bosch enjoys producing paintings using any medium or materials at his disposal. “Like many artists before me, I subscribe to a multidisciplinary approach to artmaking,” Džozef says. He also likes to create sculptures whenever he comes across objects that he finds he can use.
Every genre and every aspect of life fascinates Džozef. The same way a poem by Pablo Neruda or Maya Angelou provokes in him an assertive emotion; “that same way playing my guitar or hitting the keys on my piano makes me feel alive,” he adds.
…that same way playing my guitar or hitting the keys in my piano makes me feel alive.
Above all, he wants to be remembered as an artist who contributed to the innovation of new techniques, methods, and processes.
Džozef’s photography goes far beyond the obvious. “I search for parallel worlds and want to find meaning in the unknown and usually find myself in deep reflection and analyzing the philosophy behind my convictions,” Džozef says.
There have been many artists influencing Džozef’s practice and methods but none more than Picasso and Matisse during the first years of his artist life. After arriving in New York, he came to know about some modern artists like Willem de Kooning and Joan Miró and his practice evolved a lot more with their influence.
In addition, reading about Picasso he came across an artist in Photography named Man Ray, who was a genius and innovator in modern photography. “He has now become my biggest influence in the manipulation and creation of abstract and surrealist photography,” Džozef adds.
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