Abdellah Sadouk paints paintings with complex and fragmented construction. Plans penetrate, clash. They impose quiet parts and intense parts. Sadouk has built a luminous work. Sadouk's painting never falls into abstraction. In his works, the use of geometry expresses his interest in the aesthetic aspects of traditional architecture.
The recurrence of shapes (arches, domes) is a constant. This architecture of urban space is saturated, with signs. The zones of non-figuration are there as if to revitalize the work, to generate a tension with the figurative spaces. The result is an energetic work with appealing ability. A work that has presence.