Claude Genisson

Claude Genisson

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Master of Reality and Secrets said Stéphane Rey, Alain Viray spoke about seduction and the great art dealer Arturo Schwarz included him in the category of Art and Alchemy. Where do you want him to be classified?

His painting is coming out slowly, it is a long and silent work and the result is perfect including in the smallest details. He describes a world he discovered long time ago before the “officials” make a political point to save it.In the over flooded landscapes or the ones on the point to become deserts, the exact world people are speaking and writing about in 2007, Claude Genisson is completely involved in for years. He takes the visitor by hand and leads him in the valleys covered with more and more sand and where there is no record of a human life except from here and there, men hanging from the rocky walls. Sometimes there is nothing at all except the attraction to penetrate into a dangerous area.

Between over flooded landscapes and abandoned houses, under a terrific wind, one can discover a strange face that make you think about humanity.

Despite the special atmosphere, all around seems to be quiet and it is with a lot of wisdom and after a long reflection that you can go into this world that makes you remember some forgotten book you have read.

Hyper realistic painter, Claude Genisson creates perfect canvas but works slowly, each movement of the brush being separately considered as an important piece of the painting. He works for hours to describe the perfect line of a shadow, the roughness of the rock as well as the water slowly coming up or the sand entering everywhere to finally discover a bit of the good olden days because he is a painter and not at all the one to bring fear and angst.You are invited in his exhibition to penetrate the domain of an undisclosed future and penetrate more deeply into a personal meditation about what the world could be far from our time of violence.


Galerie Albert Ier,
rue de la Madeleine 45,
1000 Brussels

From Nov 9 to Dec 2, 2007
Tuesday to Saturday from 1 to 7 pm
Sunday from 11am to 1pm

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