80, rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris

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A self-taught painter, Du Bois possesses the artist's supreme gift of producing beauty instead of reproducing it. His profoundly original style escapes classifications, and his work is recognizable by all, marked by thick straight lines, bright colors, explosive, and fragments of figures that achieve the alloy of poetics to the signifier. But the major quality of this painting is that it is not only showy but invasive: no approximation between matter and form; between empty and full. It is always, full canvas, an extraordinary crudity of intense tones, pressed, tight.
Like nature, Du Bois's painting hates emptiness ... Some of his works are hallucinations, others metamorphoses. We guess the emotional state of the artist, which drives him to draw, to create its forms, to imprint their vision of the world. From a schizophrenic world steeped in fantasies and symbols, dreams and violence, enigmas and clarity.
Du Bois acts on the canvas in order to communicate to the spectator the breath of his passion and his requirements; she leads him where she wills, in a representation which escapes all law, to the musical rhythm of free figuration. As an invitation to travel ...