A tribute to the pioneers of color - Signac, Matisse, Dufy - by mixtures of optical juxtapositions, by the quest for ever brighter light.
A brilliant symphony of shades, harmonious chaos, visual paradise revealing the multiple and intense sensations that permeate the artist.
An aesthetic where the Woman remains essential, sublime, enigmatic - somewhere between 'the thought, the dream and the poetry' according to the beautiful formula of Hoffmanstahl.
'To be a sun, to make colors dance', as Henri-Edmond Cross wrote in one of his many letters to Seurat.
‘La couleur me possède. Voilà le sens du moment heureux : la couleur et moi sommes un’
(Paul Klee, 1914).