Alejandra Icaza

"Al otro lado del cristal"

Alejandra Icaza

In the exhibition "On the other side of the glass", the artist Alejandra Icaza shows us the pictorial universe in which she expresses. A multitude of colours and shapes are presented to the viewer leaving a feeling of fun and freshness. In the words of the curator of the exhibition, Javier Hontoria, "their circular monochrome spots are characteristic, arranged following their own internal logic, but behind these spots lies a dynamic and complex vital web, a world that, despite its fantastic appearance, only it has to do with what has been lived. " An abstraction that is nourished by figuration and viceversa, because everything Alejandra Icaza shows us are moments of her daily life, people she remembers, vegetables she has seen, sensations she has perceived. All this in an amalgam of spots and textures that make us move to the very evolution of the artist who sees the world from "the other side of the glass".
"Al otro lado del cristal" | Alejandra Icaza

Works

  • El árbol

    Alejandra Icaza

    "El árbol"

    2009

    195.00 x 160.00 cm

    Canvas

    Collage

  • Prada girls and the panda

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Prada girls and the panda"

    125.00 x 220.00 cm

    Canvas

    Collage

  • Full moon

    Alejandra Icaza

    "Full moon"

    2009

    41.00 x 33.00 cm

    Canvas

    Collage

Other exhibitions

Reviews

ICAZA

ON THE OTHERS SIDE OF THE GLASS

ALEJANDRA ICAZA

In the exhibition "On the other side of the glass", the artist Alejandra Icaza shows us the pictorial universe in which she expresses. A multitude of colors and shapes are presented to the viewer leaving a feeling of fun and freshness.

 

In the words of the curator of the exhibition, Javier Hontoria, "their circular monochrome spots are characteristic, arranged following their own internal logic, but behind these spots lies a dynamic and complex vital web, a world that, despite its fantastic appearance, only it has to do with what has been lived. "

 

An abstraction that is nourished by figuration and vice versa, because everything Alejandra Icaza shows us are moments of her daily life, people she remembers, vegetables she has seen, sensations she has perceived. All this in an amalgam of spots and textures that make us move to the very evolution of the artist who sees the world from "the other side of the glass".

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