Alejandra Freymann is an emerging artist whose work lingers between abstract and figurative tradition, turning apparently innocent landscapes into quicksand and the planes on which her characters dwell into soft surfaces that threaten to merge wax-like into each other. This impression of instability, glutinosity, and shapelessness brings about questions of identity and definition, and challenges the notion of the figurative as more rational or “safer” than abstract painting. Freymann’s characters navigate this “otherworld” which is as colorful as it is menacing, and where their stories, endowed with great narrative tension, will seem to us always disquieting and incomprehensible.
Alejandra Freymann has shown her work in solo exhibitions at Pepe Cobo y cía, Madrid and Art Nueve, Murcia. She has also participated in group shows at spaces such as Espacio ESCALA, Sevilla; Casa Závala, Cuenca, or Galería Martín Iglesias, Sevilla, amongst others. She currently works with Art Nueve Gallery, Murcia and her work can be found in Fundación Caja Sol, Sevilla or Fundación Antonio Pérez, Cuenca, amongst other collections.