This article questions the fine and precise relationship between art and politics into the thought of the French philosopher Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995). It tries to show how Deleuze, partly following the unfinished work and youthful Nietzsche, wants to make a political philosophy give yourself a logic of sensation. And not like the Hegelian or Marxian or Marxist, etc. who have always thought politics from a negative logic of the historical dialectic. The plan Deleuze, mainly in its last stage, in his work on art in general and, in particular, with painting versa from a logic of sensation. And it is from this logic that expresses the place where politics is given.