Nina Bovasso's work has been exhibited widely in solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally, including New Museum, NYC, St Louis Museum, The Charles Schultz Museum in Santa Rosa, CA, Cleveland MOCA, Sala Uno, Rome & Kavi Gupta, Chicago; and has been reviewed in numerous publications such as The New York Times, LA Times, The New Yorker, Bomb, Artforum, Artnews & Art in America, among others. Her work is included in many museums and collections internationally, including MoMA, NY, Whitney Museum, The Henry in Seattle, JP Morgan Chase, Deutsche Bank, Akzo-Nobel, and the Houston Museum of Fine Arts.
Known mainly for her works on paper, featuring exuberant colors, the subject of “Snoopies” in Ms. Bovasso’s paintings has evolved over decades. Through semi-abstraction, the snoopy head is used as an incremental building unit. With simple marks, dots and lines, the familiar image proliferates across a field in varying scales. More info here: https://www.ninabovasso.com/