Born in 1960, Jean-Philippe Duboscq lives and works in Brussels.

Graduated from the ENSAV La Cambre (Brussels), he started his pictorial research with gunny, pigments, pumice stone and sand. In the end of the 1990s he made a radical change, the architecture of his paintings and drawings became torn, suspended, mobile.


In Duboscq’s current work, we feel a will to bring pictorial matter as close as possible to the physical constraints and to free himself from control and from composition in order to give room to the unexpected. This can be seen in both his fluid and diaphanous backgrounds made from paint runs and absorption, and in his brisk and bold writings. His intuitive movements lead him to resistance, deviations. A kind of distortion of the form of which the subject is painting.


The artist creates a world in a bebop tempo, blurred, made of saturated colours and syncopated rhythms, of which the space in perspective opens to an internal light.


Boon Gallery (BE), BRAFA, Brussels, Belgium (upcoming)
INTERFACE, Lille Grand Palais, Lille, France (curatorial show)
Benjamin Eck Galleries, Duo Show, Munich, Germany
Galerie KOO (HK), Art Central, Hong Kong
A Gallery (HK), Art Central, Hong Kong

Frederick Moureaux Gallery, Brussels, Belgium (solo)

Galerie KOO (HK), Context Art Miami, United Kingdom
QG Gallery, Inauguration of its new space, Knokke, Belgium
QG Gallery, Knokke, Belgium
Galerie 208, Paris, France

QG Gallery, Knokke, Belgium
Frederick Moureaux gallery, Brussels, Belgium
Marquee Projects, New York, United States
Didier Claes, Brussels, Belgium

White Impulse, Brussels, Belgium (solo)
Galerie KOO (HK), Context Art Miami, United States
Tanya Baxter Contemporay (UK), Fine Art Asia, Hong Kong
Artual Gallery (LB), Volta (Art Basel), Beirut, Lebanon
A Gallery, Art Central (Art Basel), Hong Kong
LC Gallery, Brussels, Belgium

LC Gallery, Brussels, Belgium (solo)
Galerie KOO (HK), Pulse, Miami, United States
LC Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
Galerie Nardone (BE), Art Elysées, Paris, France
Galerie Nardone (BE), KIAF, Seoul, South Korea
Artual Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon

Galerie Nardone, Brussels, Belgium (solo)
Galerie Nardone (BE), KIAF, Seoul, South Korea
Galerie KOO, Hong Kong
Galerie Nardone (BE), The Others, Turin, Italy
Tanya Baxter Gallery, Olympia International Art, London, United Kingdom
Tanya Baxter Gallery, Lapada, London, United Kingdom