ISAAC AZULAY: SMALL SPACES, BIG COLORS
Isaac Azulay (b. Caracas, Venezuela) received a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Reichmann University IDC in Israel, and a master’s in Business Administration from Nova University in Davie, Florida. Over the last four years, he has taken courses at Roberto Mata School of Photography in Miami, where he currently teaches urban photography. At first sight, Azulay’s photographs describe recognizable locations and commonplace imagery. However, Isaac’s work introduces the complicated interplay between form, lines, and color, suggesting a physical arrangement of geometric shapes within the landscape.
His work examines the different geometrical compositional techniques to discover geometrical patterns, from vast cityscapes to natural patterns.