Raul Izkierdo has modelled a visual language that leaves no stone unmoved. Through contemporary art photography and visual communication, perception of the hidden aesthetics of being is captured, using a “photo-graphic“ medium, but not eluding the long process of self-question. “A long analogical process, a practical, natural metaphor of life itself, allows me to recurrently ask myself what human behaviour is, and, in the process, wrestle with the dialectic of my consciousness“.
Andre Malraux used to say that “youth is the only religion we all end up worshipping”. As in other ventures of life, though, there are different qualities of worship. Raul Izkierdo is carving his in the acute exploration of our behaviour. He looks and observes, and to be honest, is as well faithful to the author of the «Human Condition».
Extract from Raul Izkierdo autobiography. Read More