Reflection by Jacquie Boughner

Reflection by Jacquie Boughner

Artist: Rouama Kouka Gildas Title: ‘Untitled’ Kouka presents a group of people all in a similar, frontal, universal similarity of pose and expression. But individually each person has a different pose, colourful dress, and expressions in the details. This is a view of humanity that holds diversity in unity, solidarity in trust. It is a […]

Reflection by Reinhard Reitzenstein

Reflection by Reinhard Reitzenstein

Artist: Tom Krysiak Title: ’47 Centre Streeet’ At first glance it was like seeing an X-ray of a city street where everything is inter-related, everything is transparent. I could imagine the drawing animated – it is so joyous and engaged – with the liveliness of the characters and cars and the celestial bodies all vibrating […]

Reflection by Élisabeth (Zizi) Eudes-Pascal

Reflection by Élisabeth (Zizi) Eudes-Pascal

Artist : Diane Vincent  Title : ‘Prehistoric Landscape’ The movement, the freedom, the energy, the life springing from this prehistoric landscape delight me! I want to dive in it, to wander around it, to be carried in its joyous and exuberant chaos – with a light and carefree heart. It reminds me of the ‘prehistoric […]

Reflection by Birgitta Nordström

Reflection by Birgitta Nordström

Artist: Nicole Lefranc Title: ‘Le jeu de la danse’ What do I see in this painting? In the centre, there is a vessel, surrounded by traces and signs. It looks like a map over an unknown territory. Are we on our way to space? It is pattern and movement at the same time. I look […]

Reflection by Hazel Bradley

Reflection by Hazel Bradley

Artist: Hani Zaki Habeeb Title: ‘Untitled’ ‘Painting from Egypt’ A bare room. A bare floor. Closed doors. Locked windows. A still fan. An empty bed. Muted colours. An institution? And in the foreground, a man lying – too large for his bed. Arms rest by his side. What holds my gaze is his gaze: his […]

Reflection by Yves Charnay

Reflection by Yves Charnay

Artist: David Peacock Title: ‘Untitled’ Does the artist’s unusual surname of “Peacock” explain his taste for colour? A collection of shades that work together and yet are also diverse, symbolizing the blending of air and water, fire and earth. It is a dream of plenitude. This “unnameable” and very free work reveals happy colours layered […]