BOSI Contemporary specializes in Contemporary and Post-War art as well as primary and secondary market work. It focuses on creating a space that will nurture a creative discourse between different facets of art and contemporary culture. International in scope, the gallery exhibits and communicates the work of both emerging and established artists, selected for their unique aesthetic language and fascinating vision. Our objective is to present an ambitious annual program that comprises at least six exhibitions, accompanied by publications and catalogues, an annual museum-quality exhibition devoted to a historic or established artist, as well as partnerships which reinforce the influence of art on contemporary culture. Our central concern is to showcase, through our roster of artists as well as exhibitions, how international artists relate to one another at the root of their discipline through visual narratives amid various mediums and techniques.
The gallery’s approximate 2,000 sq. ft. location at 48 Orchard Street (between Grand and Hester) in the heart of Lower East Side allows the gallery to be a dynamic space for artists as well as a venue for contemporary culture within our community.