Guillaume Azoulay, self taught, imminently and eminently motivated, transcends the faddish and the pretentious, his art is far from quotidian. His style is so unique, it is instantly paired with his name, unmistakably so. The variety of approaches he conceives makes his journey distinctive. A horse is a horse is a horse ... his horses, dancers, figures are treated as graphic landscapes. Hooves, heads, manes, limbs, are so many hills and valleys. Shaded glades are evoked by the manipulation of parallel lines theatrically meandering, running close at times then separating to mimic the topography of some lost geography.