The expressionist style outweighs the aesthetic and factual layer. The artist wants to present his experience to the viewer. In contrast to generic postcards, Louane achieves a personal and subjectified representation of reality through his paintings.
Louane continues to draw on the theme of postcards in the back of his paintings. In this series, however, he no longer paints the stamps, but uses stamps from a precious stamp collection he inherited from his father. Again, on an other level, he incorporates a personal touch of his family heritage into his art.
Over all Louane combines his personal history and his personal motifs that are part of his own journey of live experience, whether in the literal or metaphorical sense. Each of his artworks means “home” to Louane in a way – it does not matter, if it is created in his room or on a wall far away, or if it is created in his heart, in his head or in his imagination.
Tania di Brita