San Juan, PR, 1985
San Juan, PR, 1985
Painter, printmaker, photographer, sculptor, creator of installations and video artist. Since childhood, took classes in painting, ceramics and photography in The San Juan Art Students League. He continued his studies at Central School of Visual Arts, where he graduated in 2004. Next, he enrolls at Cooper Union in New York City where he graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts and where he experimented for the first time with sculpture and video; disciplines for which he has become known and that earned him a space in the Guide "Younger than Jesus", launched by the New Museum in New York, that gathers the names of the 500 leading emerging artists worldwide. In addition, in 2008 he attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Residency Program in Skowhegan, Minnesota. Bosques has presented his proposals at the Anthology Films Archives in New York, the Centro Cultural de España in Guatemala and in collectives at various alternative spaces in New York City. Currently, Bosques is studying towards a Master's degree in Fine Arts with a concentration in Film Directing at the University of California, Los Angeles, United States.
“Sculpture in contemporary art is more of an open platform that lets one feel free to follow a procedure to achieve certain artistic process. My works, which I document on video, are sculptures simply because by accepting the three-dimensionality you have to accept everything that is happening all around. And in them there is an object or a person and a process"
Source: Leyra E. González: Trazador de ideas, El Nuevo Día, 5 de julio de 2009.
Nogueras, Celina. Frescos: 50 artistas puertorriqueños menores de 35. San Juan, PR: Muuaaa, 2010. pp. 350.
“Younger than Jesus - Artist Directory”, New Museum, Phaidon Press, 2009, p. 59.
“EL Museo’s Biennial: The (S) Files 2011, The Street Files”, Museo del Barrio, Nueva York, Estados Unidos, pp. 60-61
González, Leyra E. “Trazador de ideas”. El Nuevo Día (San Juan, PR), 5 de julio de 2009.