The virtuous drawing technique of the German artist Maike Freess, rich in an inexhaustible source of imagination, has an innate magnetic force, almost brutal.

It is no longer the mere aesthetic pleasure to push the viewer to look at her work, but an irrepressible impulse of attraction tingling with something that is more closely related to a reverent and archaic fear.

The children, women and men she depicts appear with an incredibly intense expressive intensity, suspended in apparently empty spaces, where nothing is certain but where latent tension is strongly perceived.