Works in this exhibition
The recent work by Didier explores the possibilities of colour to re-create a universe of images where everyday life and day-to-day scenes are the protagonists. From compositions plenty of anonymous individuals walking into the space to the serene face of a woman that questions the spectator. Colour plays a role of miscegenation; it is a colourist impulse that makes the figures be from here and from there, and that they convey the whole of the humanity, when no one is recognisable and, at the same time, we are all alike.
In this path of human habits' exploration, Didier has devoted some of his pieces to represent everyday life scenes. As if they were a story-telling strip, without losing his innocent and guileless touch, the artist gathers universal situations in which all of us can see ourselves reflected, and which deal with subjects as living together, the solitude or the intimacy.
At the same time, this last wor...