Porcelana, 2003

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Medium Painting
Materials Oil and wax on canvas
Certificate of authenticity Included (issued by gallery)

Size: 51 1/8 x 51 1/8 IN

130 x 130 CM

Vendor:Alejandra Icaza, Spain, b. 1966

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Alejandra Icaza, Spain, b. 1966

Alejandra Icaza, born in Bilbao, Spain in 1966, is a distinguished artist whose life and work are deeply intertwined with the vibrant tapestry of Madrid. Her artistic education includes studies at Saint Martins College in London in 1985 and at The New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture in New York in 1989. Her commitment to artistic excellence is underscored by her recognition as the recipient of the prestigious painting award bestowed by the Fundación Barceló in Palma de Mallorca.

Icaza's artistic oeuvre is characterized by a masterful exploration of repetition in form, color, and shape. Her canvases come to life with a rich tapestry of elements—trees, animals, abstract patterns, floating motifs, portraits, bubbles, and botanical inspirations—all seamlessly interwoven to create a captivating visual narrative. Within her work, distinct planes collide, unveiling a mesmerizing fusion of artistic dimensions that invite contemplation.

Throughout her illustrious career, Alejandra Icaza has graced galleries and museums with her profound artistic vision. Her exhibitions, both at esteemed venues like Blum & Poe and the Danziger Projects, have left an indelible mark on the art world. Her ability to infuse diverse elements and themes into her work, while maintaining a sense of unity and coherence, has earned her a rightful place among the luminaries of contemporary art.

Alejandra Icaza's journey in art is a testament to dedication, creativity, and an unwavering commitment to pushing artistic boundaries. Her work continues to inspire and captivate audiences worldwide, transcending cultural and geographical boundaries to foster a shared appreciation for the transformative power of art.