The round canvas invites the spectator to an intimacy with the figurative space, accentuating its dreamlike quality. The composition has to be completely adapted to the format. This principle is valid for any painting but is particularly convincing in the case of the tondo (round canvas). One cannot put down the elements and say to oneself that it will work, no, each element must find its balance. Caroline Canault, art critic, speaks here of a floating world.
Selected by the SAIF (Société des Auteurs des arts visuels et de l'Image Fixe) for its 20th anniversary on the theme of self-portraiture. Acrylic, pigments and binder on paper mounted on canvas. The painted work deliberately overflows on the edge of the canvas. Matt varnish.