Alexandra Diez de Rivera is a Spanish-Argentine visual artist based in London working with photography. Her work explores themes of memory, mortality and identity through analogue and digital techniques and experimental processes.
Diez de Rivera’s work has been included in publications such as Vanity Fair, FT Magazine, Shanghai Daily, and Le Point and exhibited in galleries both nationally and internationally. She is represented in private and public collections in Europe, China, the US and UAE. Diez de Rivera was selected for the Travers Smith CSR Art Programme 2021/ 2022, The Pupil Sphere Showcase 2021, and was a winner of the UAL Chinese Association Open Call and finalist of the 2020 Critical Mass Competition. She was invited to join the ‘Fair Art Fair’ community in June 2021. Diez de Rivera has a Postgraduate Diploma in Communication Design from Central Saint Martins and a Master’s degree in Photography from the Royal College of Art.
Recent exhibitions include, ‘Final Not Over’ at Unit 1 Gallery and ‘Can We Dance Again?’ at the Royal Victoria Patriotic Building. Upcoming events include a display of selected 2021 graduates at the Dyson Gallery, the RCA degree show at Cromwell Place, Chelsea Art Week and an exhibition at Travers Smith headquarters in London.