Gomez Bosco

With strength and perseverance, young Mexican Bosco Gomez has forged himself a new self-taught path: fine arts. “The decision to dedicate my life to painting came when I was 7 years old. At that time, my parents encouraged me to learn to write with my left hand because of a genetic dysfunction in my right arm. The hemispheres of my brain have developed to give me the opportunity to increase my sensitivity, and it is on canvas that I knew how to transcribe my artistic concerns,” he explained to the local newspaper Pulso. At 14 years old, a consequence of a bicycle accident, he injured himself again in the right arm, and decided to put an end to his dreams of becoming a professional footballer, in order to concentrate on painting.

At the rate of eight hours per day, he developed his first works influenced by street art: the portrait of a polo player on horseback. One of the English tycoon Richard Branson earned him the acknowledgement of the latter. While in Mexico, he put his signature on the work! Collaborations with the New York artist Alec Monopoly for a tribute to Frida Kahlo at the Mexicable Ecatepec cable car station in Mexico followed, and 8 works (acrylic and aerosol) entitled “Velocidad Mexicana” inspired by the young pilot Sergio "Checo" Pérez were produced for the 2017 Formula 1 Mexico Grand Prix and the Carré d’Artistes gallery in Mexico. He also planned to present 25 works in tribute to bullfighting, which were exhibited at the Thyssen Museum in Madrid.

From all of his twenty years of age, this admirer of Warhol invites everyone to follow "his heart and his dreams and to do everything with passion to make the dream come true ..."

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