Alejandra Icaza

"Siren Song"

Paloma Martín Llopis

"The pictorial language of Alejandra Icaza expands in canvases and roles with a happy rhythm and light brushstroke, unconscious, as if the captured moment were to exist forever.It is a creative act that comes from the spontaneity of the subconscious, opens up to dreams , and responds to the call of the influences and the fantastic ".

Thus begins the story of art criticism and commissioned to curate this exhibition, Paloma Llopis. "Singer Song" corresponds to Alejandra Icaza's second exhibition at Galería Ana Serratosa.

In this exhibition, the artist continues to show us that universe that only she seems to know (and that she wants to invite us to share), elevating color to the category of narrator of a story that flows through painting. In the works of Alejandra Icaza, the sea has always had a lot of influence, but in this case, the one in charge of inspiring this exhibition is the country nature and the floral motifs "whose forms are distorted to any resemblance to a formal reality".
"Siren Song" | Paloma Martín Llopis

Works

  • Serie tatoo

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Serie tatoo"

    2013

    70.00 x 100.00 cm

    Paper

    Mixed

  • Sunset at the valley

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Sunset at the valley"

    2013

    165.00 x 195.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil and crayons

  • Serie tatoo

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Serie tatoo"

    2013

    70.00 x 100.00 cm

    Paper

    Mixed

  • Mundo musical

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Mundo musical"

    2013

    165.00 x 195.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil and crayons

  • Serie tatoo

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Serie tatoo"

    2013

    70.00 x 100.00 cm

    Paper

    Mixed

  • Morning flowing

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Morning flowing"

    2013

    100.00 x 200.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil and crayons

  • Serie tatoo

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Serie tatoo"

    2013

    70.00 x 100.00 cm

    Paper

    Mixed

  • Sunset boulevard

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Sunset boulevard"

    2013

    40.00 x 40.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil and crayons

  • Julio Verne II

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Julio Verne II"

    2009

    195.00 x 165.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil and crayons

  • Julio Verne I

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Julio Verne I"

    2009

    50.00 x 50.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil ans crayons

  • La mar dorada

    Alejandra Icaza

    "La mar dorada"

    2009

    165.00 x 195.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil and crayon

  • Manzanas verdes

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Manzanas verdes"

    2013

    40.00 x 40.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil and crayons

Reviews

Icaza

SIREN SONG

PALOMA MARTIN LLOPIS

The pictorial language of Alejandra Icaza expands in canvases and papers with happy rhythm and light brushstroke, unconscious, as if the captured moment were to exist forever. It is a creative act that comes from the spontaneity of the subconscious, opens to dreams, and responds to the call of the influences and the fantastic.

Thus begins the story of art criticism and commissioned to curate this exhibition, Paloma Llopis. "Singer Song" corresponds to Alejandra Icaza's second exhibition at Ana Serratosa Gallery. In this exhibition, the artist continues showing that universe that only she seems to know (and that she wants to invite us to share), elevating color to the category of narrator of a story that flows through painting.

In Alejandra Icaza’s work, the sea has always had a lot of influence, but in this case, the one in charge of inspiring this exhibition is the country nature and the floral motifs "whose forms are distorted to any resemblance to a formal reality.

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