Bosco Sodi

Bosco Sodi is an influential Mexican artist recognized for his large-scale, richly textured, and deeply expressive artworks that reflect a profound exploration of materiality and process. Born in Mexico City in 1970, Sodi’s unique artistic approach involves the use of raw, natural materials such as pure pigment, sawdust, wood pulp, and natural fibers, which he allows to dry and crack over time, resulting in captivating surfaces reminiscent of geological formations. His works, exhibited globally in major cities like New York, London, Tokyo, and Berlin, often embrace the concept of ‘controlled accidents,’ demonstrating Sodi’s belief in letting the materials and their inherent characteristics significantly shape the final outcome.