Stanislas Moussé embodies a new wave of underground graphic novels, offering new forms of storytelling and artistic imagery. Cutting loose with the traditional comic strips, under influence from other media such as photography or cinema, he disrupts classic codes. Chaos, his first book published by small publisher Super Loto Éditions, is an incredible discovery. In 64 pages, with one image per page, this artist develops a unique black and white graphic universe, where landscapes are devastated, tiny peoples flee from gigantic barbarians, where the reader’s gaze can get lost or linger on a multitude of amusing or threatening details. The sequencing of his images allows one to loose itself into a singular and constantly evolving universe! Huberty & Breyne gallery will introduce the Drawing Now visitors to some of these sequences of this unique album thanks to a sober and surprising presentation. The Huberty & Breyne gallery dedicates itself to talented artists from the comic books art field who also work in other various disciplines. It also seeks to highlight young artists with whom it sees a new and original graphic and narrative vocabulary.