Photos By L. Lenoir
One enters Szajner's work through darkness; it is the theater, the stage for a confrontation, between Phoebus and the Moon.
Resolutely contemporary, his work resists the classic categories of 'sculpture' and 'painting', leaning towards what one might term 'installations' and "digital art" as closer to the act of creation itself.
This work surpasses genres, forever breaking through like a shaft of light in a darkened frame reminiscent of the camera oscura, the original and sainted stage of western pictorial representation to which Szajner ceaselessly revisits and reinvents.
Margherita Leoni Figini.