Bosser creates an objective image, that is to say
one that exists at the level of synthesis, of conception
and of the vision of the beholder. They are anonymous
images of humanity as a whole, at a time when we
cruelly lack such imagery. Works that reach the
eye and the heart directly, that sing with force
and accuracy. Each one of them is also the result
of a long and patient look at the world and at oneself.
His is a perceptive art, filled with restrained
patience, modesty and true emotion.
An art that, in my opinion, attains the sacred,
in the same sense that primitive African art or
Roman art is sacred.