Arthur Grosbois is a young French painter presenting a solo show ‘Une Chambre en Été’ at the Galerie Monteverita in Paris this summer. His works are fresh, spontaneous, and convey a feeling of the seriousness of the lightness. The paintings remind me of Kusamakura (or Grass Pillow), the novel from Natsume Soseki. Narratively, it has nothing to do, but the style feels similar. Grosbois brings us in a space full of light, where contemplation is a key. Having graduated from the Paris ENSBA in 2018, Grosbois is at the beginning of his career and took the time to answer our questions.