shows


“Myth, Magic and Lore” at Bash Contemporary

Bash Contemporary in San Francisco, CA is showcasing “Myth, Magic & Lore”, a group show about a contemporary perspective on mythological themes. being a recurrent theme in my work since childhood, that could not be less than exciting and also very comfortable. and then i decided to revisit all the vast mythological/spiritual/folkloric diversity and beauty of my homeland and opted for drawing a Yoruba goddess, Oshun, deity of love, wealth, and beauty. and here’s some of the progress pics:     and here’s the finished piece, in its refurbished vintage […]


It’s tomorrow! Mass Culture 1920 Show

If you are in the St Louis MO area, do not miss this stunning show in which I am excited to participate with my latest work Das Leben ist Kurz (detail below), among some other talented names. Opening tomorrow, Feb 1st, at 7pm. The show runs until March 31st. If you are outside of the area, you can request a collector’s catalog through the email info[at]alexieragallery.com  


A virtual home makeover

Part of my (uncertain) New Year resolutions included to make my online life a little more manageable. And being back to the healthy habit of writing about my art, terribly neglected since many months ago, after moving with my daughter to the Northwest. In times of all-things-fast-food, when even art gradually becomes part of the big scheme of rapid consumption and temporary awe, to be forgotten shortly after new images representing the new trend invade the internet, speaking about your art could be salvation from the lack of substance, and I […]


welcoming March, with a last show and a new shop

so February is gone, and i am glad, because it was a bit of a tough month. in February i prepared 2 shows that i am not exactly proud of, since by getting sick for so long i missed precious days and could not produce much. not kidding: i had exact 4 episodes of mild fever in 30 days (the last one was gone yesterday). but during the breaks i managed to produce a few pieces free of the deadline oppression, and they flew the way they should, and i […]


Inner Self Portrait Show 3

i am honored by being invited as part of one more exhibition of The Forgotten Goddess project. the show, called Inner Self Portrait, will display artworks from victims of domestic violence alongside other women artists from all over the world. the proceeds will benefit Haven Hills, California company that provides shelter and support for victims of domestic violence. i consider myself a person of so many facets that is quite difficult to paint a self portrait that would involve everything i would like to express. to paint my “inner self portrait” at this […]