Irrevocabile Verbum, oil and acrylic on canvas, 78 x 78 inches

Bratsa Bonifacho’s paintings draw from the artist’s interest in language, classical music, and dynamic color, and more recently, from his interest in technology and cultural identity. Building off of his previously established visual language, Bonifacho's No Sugar Added series employs a simplified grid structures and code-like symbology that seem to embed messages on their colorful surfaces.


De Facto, oil and acrylic on canvas, 24 x 24 inches

Over his long career, Bonifacho has created work in a variety of media, influenced most significantly by his experience growing up in the midst of WWII and the resulting repercussions on his home of Belgrade. By combining phrases and letters, positive space and negative space, he creates abstract paintings with messages embedded on their surfaces. Beyond social commentary, Bonifacho's paintings are celebrations of color and form, richly saturated or articulately muted.


Lasenka Song, oil and acrylic on canvas, 48 x 48 inches

My choice of title No Sugar Added refers to a paring back of frills and unnecessary adornments to reveal the power of simplicity. I have a relationship with each painting which is driven primarily by emotion. This collection picks up from the previous Celebration series, focusing on simplified grid structure and interrupted code-like symbology. However, while the Celebration series focused on an overall presence of white with bright color accents, this collection features rich, deep colors in combinations which reflect mood and intuitive impulse, emphasizing the all-encompassing importance of the present moment. - Bratsa Bonifacho


One Night in Tolbruc, oil and acrylic on canvas, 48 x 48 inches

Bratsa Bonifacho holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Arts Belgrade, Serbia, and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Belgrade School of Architecture, Belgrade, Serbia. Bonifacho's paintings have been shown across North America and internationally. His work is held in many private, corporate and permanent museum collections across the world including the Canadian Embassy in Argentina, the Museum of Modern Art, Serbia, the National Museum of Serbia and JP Morgan Asia, Tokyo, Japan. 



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