Unlike in painting, where we add layers, colors, objects, characters and shadows on a white sheet, I remove. In the middle of urban chaos, I have to find the subject which attract me the most and then, remove anything that can distract the eye. I’m not looking for the abstract but for simplification. Karim Bouffay
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