BLEU, JAUNE, ROUGE

BLEU, JAUNE, ROUGE

Thierry DIERS
25 November - 15 January 2011
 



The painting by Thierry Diers is firmly in the tradition of abstract expressionism. It is fundamentally the color and light. …

Many artists have worked blue, yellow, red as Rodchenko, who created the first three monochrome history of painting: “Pure Yellow”, “Pure Blue”, “Pure Red”. Here three colors do not meet, but they are both separate and combined. When he had finished the painting, he said: “We had to paint the logical end.” Not forgetting his Mondrian “Composition with Red Blue Yellow and Kandinsky” Red Yellow Blue. ” He is faced, to control the composition, and that’s what makes Thierry Diers. The colors do not clash but most combine, complement, and transport us to an explosion of childish appearance, this draft, these layers, these springs sketches a universe. Thierry Diers continues to unlearn in order to find a fresh perspective on things. It discards conventional wisdom, created his own pace. Neither lament nor cry of joy, but the finding of a situation.