Known to the general public for his murals, the artist Vincent Glowinski aka BONOM is a multifaceted artist.
His talent extends to graffiti, performance art and craftsmanship and more specifically he is recognised for making sculptures from parchment leather. His passion has led to the creation of large skeletons and monumental puppets.
Vincent Glowinski is not just a graffiti artist, he has also developed HUMAN BRUSH, a performance piece with Jean-François Roversi and the musician Eric Desjeux. Following this experience, he took up a residency with the choreographer Wim Vandekeybus and the company Ultima Vez and set up his own show – Méduses.
Originally from Paris, he moved to Brussels to study Visual Arts at La Cambre between 2005 and 2008. With his diploma in hand, he began to devote himself full time to his passion and currently divides his time between his city of birth and his adopted home.
His ongoing projects focus on creative workshops (giant puppets, paintings on massive canvases), public commissions, in situ projects and participatory projects for various target audiences.
Under the pseudonym BONOM, Vincent arms himself with paint and, without permission, leaves his mark across the city, drawing the wrath of the public authorities and the police. His works are as impressive as his talent and his murals have appeared spontaneously in the most unexpected places. He also reproduces his urban works in the form of paintings, leather sculptures and photos for exhibitions.