«Whoever has seen me has seen the Father». Since the European Renaissance seeing has changed to a subjective perspective: Human eye is framing all visible things. There are different ways of preforming reality: by fixing and locking the object within the spectator’s will (J.-L. Marion in refer to the idol); or by looking over and forgiving (Kierkegaard in refer to John 8). But in contrary to that perspective there is an iconoclastic force: reality itself. Reality destroys the frames. In the tradition of the Old Testament the preferred «place»/«not-place» of the apparitions of God is the desert where «nothing» is appearing. Or He is blinding the eye completely as it happened to St. Paul. But the Logion John 14,9 is giving the phainomenon of the incarnate Son as the revelation of the Father. Jesus is as well iconoclastic as the singular visibility of God.