Sàhara by Bosco Sodi at the Carles Taché gallery

We recommend the artist’s second solo exhibition at the gallery

Mexican artist Bosco Sodi has lived in Paris, Berlin and Barcelona and is now living in New York. Sodi creates works that explore areas in which nature and mankind come together and he looks for the beauty that is implicit in destruction. The Carles Taché gallery is currently hosting Sàhara, the artist’s second solo exhibition, from the 28th of February to the 28th of May. In the exhibition we can see how the artist works in a delocalized way, even though he has his main studio in Brooklyn. Furthermore, the materials used in the creation of these works are those offered by the place in which he is working.

This gesture, which is minimal but significant, is not for practical or logistical reasons, but is rather a pre-pictorial gesture of bonding with the land, and this feeling is the starting point of the work. Sodi’s mixtures are disembodied masses and organic material such as different types of wood. All of these make the exhibition well worth seeing.

 

Sàhara by Bosco Sodi at the Carles Taché gallery
When: 28 February to 28 May
Where: Galeria Carles Taché
Price: Free
Further information is available here.

Publication date: Friday, 26 February 2016
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