"Hunt has tried to reconstruct the initial global chaos from his own colourful perspective. For him, painting is about exposing and building. His position ignores ideology, aesthetic flattery or self-congratulation. His aim is to tell rather than to show. To do this, he chooses means that can be direct, funny, moving and necessarily authentic." - Christian Bracy, art critic.
Painter and visual artist, Jean-Marc Hunt proceeds by series, accumulation and diversion. In Guadeloupe, he developed an expressionnist, figurative painting where the act of covering, blurring and preserving colours became characteristic of his work. Jean-Marc Hunt questions a creolisation of the world.