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Similarly, in, purely by way of example, the Hans Memling: Maria Portinari, (vers 1470) wash, whilst refocusing via an elimination that re-agendas, Deblé perhaps above all shows us that, indeed, the most striking element of this work is its offering to us of painting qua painting – the work within the work, the subject of the work, that is its art, its material workedness. Deblé, speaking of her portrayals of flowers - one could draw attention to her exquisite acrylic Thésa –, writes as follows: ‘The subject is painting’s alibi; it is its air, both the appearance it gives itself and the air in which painting breathes’.
To deem Georges Rousse a ‘voyeur’ – as well as a ‘graffitist’ –, whilst having some real pertinence (one might think again of the Entrepôt Vichy work or works of pure photographed inscription, and all gazing through a tiny lens may be felt to betray a voyeuristic, even erotic inclination somewhat diffused though still there in all eying of the other) –, to characterise Rousse thusly risks masking other dimensions of (Rousse’s) photographic gesture. Certainly, as Davvetas writes, the final image does not allow a total exegesis of Rousse’s poiein, his doing.
Informs, impos[ing] upon the virginalness of the support the figures of its graphic design[ation]’. This said, never can we maintain that Colette Deblé’s art, from beginning to end, seeks a re-representation offering fixed, categorical, ideologised, or even somewhat stably philosophical or sociologised conceptualisation. Hers is an oeuvre that queries, wonders, avoids self-theorisation, sensing deep elemental strangeness, paradoxes and mysteries at the heart of that ontological knot only an individuated woman can both tie, with her own beingness, and, sometimes, unravel to experience its pure, liberated unsayableness.
Anachipteria aegyptiaca n. sp.: Eine neue Art der Gattung Anachipteria Grandjean, 1932, aus Ägypten. (Acari, Oribatei) by M. E. Abd-el-Hamid (auth.)