Late Work by Boghosian, featured in the Main space, is a dynamic selection of constructions and collages that are, in essence, an amalgam of themes that he has explored over many years. Themes in art history of the very artists he has loved and admired throughout his career, such as Dali, Magritte, and de Chirico are represented. These works contain, in classic Boghosian fashion, a playfulness and magic of the mind — intricate and thought-provoking in every sense. As John Stromberg writes, “While knowing how unpredictable our responses may be, the artist nevertheless suggests points of entry through references to mythology, poetry, and modern fiction. Where exactly we go on our interpretive journey, he leaves entirely up to us. In fact, he delights in the knowledge that his work ignites thought in surprising ways.” Surprising and delightful, indeed. Featured in this collection are some very lush and intensely colored works, such as the piece Bonaparte’s March, which may reflect Boghosian’s outlook on recent changes in American society in today’s political climate. A limited edition print of this piece will be available for purchase for the first time.