Stéphane Gubert is one of those artists for whom creating is a vital act, an extension of his sensitivity, his emotions and his experience. In each of his series of paintings, we find an identity unique marked by a palette of colors, a line, and codes popular. His style is inspired by the great masters who nourish and passionate and to whom he likes to refer and above all to make tribute to Roy Lichenstein, Hervé Télémaque, Erro, Jean Dubuffet,Valerio Adami ...
Each of his works thus addresses a theme, a daily life, a fragility, a deviance from our society or a news that drives it, touches it and affects him. Modest and sensitive, it blurs the tracks by offering several degrees of reading of his work. At first glance, aesthetics dominate the work to better hide the message and the meaning as a game of
track. Between painting, comics, graffiti, popart, with a style that is ultimately unclassifiable in cases ... its DNA is there: serious work that cannot be taken serious.