Breaking with tradition and the past, certain artists reconsider the raw matter of their art, privileging, for instance, the supporting material instead of the image. Material, surface,texture, form, colour and movement become, together and individually, the subject of their works. Such is substantially the case with Serge Lemoyne, whose painting is largely a plastic embodiment of gesture. Expressiveness in execution is also noticeable in the drawing of Guido Molinari. Action and physical intervention determine the resulting work by Stephen Schofield. By putting various objects under pressure, the artist entrusts the shaping of form to chance and reveals to us the organic characteristics of the material. Michel Daignault relies on the dynamism of the meeting of different materials and of the approaches peculiar to photography and painting.