Alexandra Serrano
Photographer

Alexandra Serrano is a French-Mexican photographer. Her practice is mainly autobiographical and self-reflective, tackling themes such as those of identity, history and memory. Her work features in various publications and has been exhibited in both group and solo exhibitions across Europe, North America and Asia. Her project, Between Finger and Thumb was exhibited in Paris at the Festival Circulations(s) in March 2012, as well as in Montpellier for the Boutographies where she was awarded the Exchange Prize, enabling her to exhibit in Rome at Fotoleggendo Festival. Alexandra Serrano’s work was also shown in London, Toronto, Portland and Boston for the 2013 Flash Forward Festival. In January 2015 her photographs were presented in the 8th edition of Chobi Mela, one of the biggest photography event in Asia and she won in February 2015, the Photobook Melbourne Photography Awards. She also exhibited at Photo Kathmandu, Nepal’s first photographic encounters and in early 2016 she was awarded with the Grand Prix Photographique Paris with her new series Nesting in the Wolf Tree. The latter is currently being exhibited in France as part of the 23rd International Photographic Encounters of Niort and will also be shown during the Contemporary Art Biennale of Issy-les Moulineaux.

She is one of the laureates of the Prix Voies Off 2018 taking place during Les Rencontres d’Arles festival.

Alexandra Serrano
Photographer

Alexandra Serrano is a French-Mexican photographer. Her practice is mainly autobiographical and self-reflective, tackling themes such as those of identity, history and memory. Her work features in various publications and has been exhibited in both group and solo exhibitions across Europe, North America and Asia. Her project, Between Finger and Thumb was exhibited in Paris at the Festival Circulations(s) in March 2012, as well as in Montpellier for the Boutographies where she was awarded the Exchange Prize, enabling her to exhibit in Rome at Fotoleggendo Festival. Alexandra Serrano’s work was also shown in London, Toronto, Portland and Boston for the 2013 Flash Forward Festival. In January 2015 her photographs were presented in the 8th edition of Chobi Mela, one of the biggest photography event in Asia and she won in February 2015, the Photobook Melbourne Photography Awards. She also exhibited at Photo Kathmandu, Nepal’s first photographic encounters and in early 2016 she was awarded with the Grand Prix Photographique Paris with her new series Nesting in the Wolf Tree. The latter is currently being exhibited in France as part of the 23rd International Photographic Encounters of Niort and will also be shown during the Contemporary Art Biennale of Issy-les Moulineaux.

She is one of the laureates of the Prix Voies Off 2018 taking place during Les Rencontres d’Arles festival.

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    Publication
    Slanted
    International
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    Publication
    Beam Editions
    International
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    DMW Gallery
    Antwerp, Belgium
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