Gloom is formed of a series of 10 vertical pictures, in black and white, which synthesize several recent incursions of the artist in Brittany, at the invitation of the Centre d'Art et de Recherche GwinZegal. The word "Gloom" defines a state of mind that can be associated with melancholy, sadness and even with darkness. The photographs now revealed describe a territory left to abandonment, an unfinished project, with no possible solution: it is history interpreted in its catastrophic dimension. Mirrors of the universal decay, these images, from which the human absented himself, describe the state of putrefaction invading everything: a window, a fireplace, an urinal. A reflection on the contemporary emptiness, the new exhibition of Paul Nozolino is also a commentary on the proliferation of images in a society devastated by capital.