a new trend in arts



Dominance of a specific point of view of the painter, beyond which the essence of its subject, figurative or not, assigns a co-creative experience to the viewer, making it able to include his proper socio-historical position, actual, experienced  and known in his instantaneous observation, in order to appropriate the real and virtual context of the work.

For example an abstract painting proposing lines and volumes that come together in a heavenly view point carry a sense of dependency and submission; while one might define the subject itself of the work, painted in high forms, as dominant! The subject is no more essential to the appreciation of the artwork and it's instead the angle of view that the artist gives his work that predominates.