Jean Boghossian is a Lebanese (active in Belgium) Postwar & Contemporary painter who was born in 1949.
With his innovative use of fire and burn marks, Jean Boghossian creates abstract artworks that exude a dynamic sense of movement, evoking a powerful sense of transformation and regeneration that resonates with viewers on a visceral level.
Numerous key galleries and museums such as Opera Gallery, Monaco have featured Jean Boghossian's work in the past.

Jean Boghossian I Untitled Yellow

Jean Boghossian is a Lebanese (active in Belgium) Postwar & Contemporary painter who was born in 1949. With his innovative use of fire and burn marks, Jean Boghossian creates abstract artworks that exude a dynamic sense of movement, evoking a powerful sense of transformation and regeneration that resonates with viewers on a visceral level. Numerous key galleries and museums such as Opera Gallery, Monaco have featured Jean Boghossian's work in the past.

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About Jean Boghossian

Jean Boghossian is a Lebanese (active in Belgium) Postwar & Contemporary painter who was born in 1949. Born in Aleppo in 1949, Boghossian stems from a family of jewelers for whom he worked while studying Economics and Sociology at University of Saint-Joseph in Beirut. In 1975, the Lebanese Civil War forced Boghossian to leave the country and settle in Belgium.
With his innovative use of fire and burn marks, Jean Boghossian creates abstract artworks that exude a dynamic sense of movement, evoking a powerful sense of transformation and regeneration that resonates with viewers on a visceral level. It is through the process of willful damage with an invasive and rather violent method (fire), that Boghossian continuously searches for harmony. Conscious that one will never completely tame the chaotic move of flames and smoke, he enters the fire dance and moves along with the blaze until he chooses to stop the process. This is where he feels the right balance has been reached.
Numerous key galleries and museums  featured Jean Boghossian's work in the past.

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