Alejandra Seeber

Alejandra Seeber (Buenos Aires, 1969) has lived in New York since 1999. She attended the Pridiliano Pueyrredon School of Fine Arts, and the Beca Kuitica Studio Program artist residency in Buenos Aires, and she then attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2000 (Maine). Seeber’s painting is the result of a “dialogical” approach to the medium, where the artist’s intentions and the intervention of chance interact in equal measure. The artist’s research is the result of several influences that have crossed her personal life experience: from the world of alternative rock, and the backstage job during concerts, to the first experiments in digital programming, and graphic design of the Buenos underground scene Aires. Seeber’s research focuses on space, both from the architectural and decorative points of view, emphasizing the small details that are dispersed across the entire pictorial surface, and expanding the relationship between inside and outside. The artist has exhibited internationally in solo and group exhibitions, held in several among the most impotent museums and galleries including: Thyssen Museum, Madrid (2017); Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York (2016); Mercosul Biennial, Brazil (2009); Kunst Museum, St. Gallen (2010); Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires (2010). Additionally, she has had solo exhibitions at galleries such as Sperone Westwater New York; Hausler Contemporary in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. Furthermore, her work is present in several collections, including: Collection Diana and Moises Berezdivin, Puerto Rico; Zabludowicz Collection, London; Rolf Ricke Collection, Germany; Staaliche Graphische Sammlung, Munich; Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires.