Since we live in a world where the surface is everything, it is an act of violence unveiling what’s behind the doors, what really is behind the curtains.
Jean Paul Donadini is a sensational french artist catching this idea of violating the appearance to discover what reality is.

It’s collection Brosses Arrétées fully express this concept: a big brush leaves a big pigmented stroke of color taking with It the canvas, unveiling what’s underneath. Nothing.

This seems like the artist wants to make a statement about what truth is and how violent are our times, with the bombing of images on social network and the immediate vision of them.

Some paintings are about the big brush leaving strokes on wallpapers or other paintings (like the Mondrian one), asserting how It takes a little to violate another image: It takes only few strokes of colors.