Delphine Rama is a Belgian artist. She obtained her master's degree in art and aesthetic analysis at the Academy of Fine Arts in Liège. At first interested in learning illustration and photography, this visual approach leads her artistic research and practice towards painting where she could break free from basic aesthetic rules and began to be quickly deceptive to the abstract movement from last century, influenced by artists such as Raymond Art or Jo Delahault among others, hammering the idea that the abstraction does not recognize any duty of reference to the visible world.
For her, the image conveys no other content than that of her own plastic rhetoric. She does not speak. "Art learns nothing, teaches nothing: it awakens".
Delphine Rama quickly finds her poetic universe. Multidisciplinary artist, handling in turn street art and built abstraction, she continues to explore space and emptiness. His work, very close to the Abstract Groups movement, is born from a desire to return to the essential elements of painting (the line, the form, the color), and therefore to break all relation with the real to better invest the limits of reality, in its poetic enlargement.