Henri Wagner's abstract works transcend the material of which the work is made. This matter is extremely wide, such as spray paint, coating, gesso, ink, mortar, glue, wood, glass and paper. All this has its origin in the world of graffiti. He is a painter who sculpts in the broad spectrum of materials.
The continuous, unconventional way of image construction and destruction is typical of his working method. This leads to a fluid play of repulsion and attraction between the parts.
He boldly combines materials, yet manages to nuance in such a way that you experience the whole as serene.