Jean Bosphore is a French artist born in 1995. He currently lives and works in Paris. Defining himself as a 'multidisciplinary' artist. Bosphore has a successful career that includes working with prestigious galleries and museums, particularly in Paris and Belgium, as well as important auctions results.
Combining drawing, sculpture and art objects, Bosphore's works explore the concept of beauty through the exploration of the body and its fascination. The image of modern man is challenged by the dystopian and futuristic environment that surrounds him, and the work is enriched by another reading, that of a critique of contemporary society, which seems to dance unalterably in an artificial night. In the absence of narration, the spectator tries to offer an imaginary plot to the characters and objects, and thus the work finds its fulfilment in the spectator's mind.
Bosphore's talent lies in reconciling contrasts such as depth and flatness, and in creating games of perspective through the use of strong colours and singular framing.
Bosphore's works are also characterised by a reduced format that introduces a notion of 'paint-object', reinforced by the choice of materials, and allows the viewer to experience the work more directly. His artistic production goes back to the Russian avant-garde and the Bauhaus school, which emphasised the integration of art and design, just as the reference to the sci-fi universe and Soviet constructivist architecture is predominant in his work.