Boudro is a Montreal artist with a New York heart and is unquestionably part of the pop art movement. His work integrates artistic expression, culture, consumerism, and advertising. Like an ode to markers of time, Boudro uses colour and contrast to immortalize the practices and behaviours of an entire generation. An artist of uncommon precision, his aesthetics and approach have earned him worldwide attention with works that reflect a hectic lifestyle reminiscent of the feverish atmosphere of the Big Apple or the urban ballet of brands and celebrities.
For the past 25 years, Boudro’s work has captivated many collectors. Warhol, Haring, Lichtenstein and Rosenquist have all been influential and significant figures for the artist. His style ingeniously combines his pop roots with a surrealist spirit that shines through in his use of unexpected juxtapositions and dreamlike compositions.
Boudro’s art also includes popular symbols in various collections: stamps, puzzles, mosaics, etc. From content to medium. Boudro is cunning and teasing, juxtaposing the past with the present to enable the present to go “Pop!”, “Boom!”, and “Wow!”.