French artist, Florian Eymann, studied classical music since early childhood as a form of academic self-expression.Eymann has now transitioned his focus into pictorial territories by keeping a like-minded spirit for his exploration. His experimentation triggers one to disorientate with rout, nevertheless the dark themes which he exploits will unveil themselves in the course of their declensions. Faces, expressions, marks of time are deconstructed and reinterpreted with a quite particular attention. Form and content become confused, freed from the academic influences which often challenges the self-taught. He makes us discover that the representational standards can transcend by explosive and abstract touches of paint which partially camouflage the work and thus let the imagination be carried away.