Dussac exposes the suffering, whether physical or moral, while expressing, with instinct, eroticism and death. What strikes at first in Thierry's painting is a sort of familiarity with what one might call the expressivity of the body in its pictorial representation and in an emotional and sensitive language, not hesitating to go To the distortion of the features and to highlight the evidence. Thierry does not try to show, but to express what he feels deeply ... Thierry's work is at the same time in drawing and painting, and he is willing to connect with classical approaches, those of pioneer generations like those of their successors (Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Jenny Saville ...). As many recognized artists, confronted with the obsessive question of the representation, the representation of the human body and its sufferings ... The body, its nudity, its fragility are at the heart of its plastic obsessions. His work is a long questioning on the human being - his ephemeral condition, the miserable dimension of his condition, his decadence, life, flesh - his strange, his eroticism, his animality, his stignates, his death ... With a language pure, sharp, economical. That of simplicity and sublimation, permeable to the conventional means and techniques of drawing and painting.