– 16th October 2013

Alejandra Franch

Manipulating and combining collages and photography, Alejandra Franch creates compound images with a peculiar and distinct quality.

As a history graduate, Alejandra’s work is infused by her studies. She explores issues of identity in relation to our environment and our peers, through a variety of mediums and formats.

After interning at a local TV station in her home town of Zaragoza, Spain, Alejandra studied at the Portuguese Institute of Photography, Porto. Following her studies, she returned to Spain to intern at CuldeSac Studio, Valencia, where she was taught product and events photography.

Alejandra has since gone on to earn her Photography MA through the PhotoEspaña Masters program in Madrid, and interned with PHotoEspaña, the International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts of Madrid. Alejandra has been featured in several exhibitions and publications across Spain, including El País, the country’s highest-circulation daily newspaper.

The Faceless Self portrait, digitally processed from an analogue image.

The Faceless
Self portrait, digitally processed from an analogue image.

Twins Improvised portraiture.

Improvised portraiture.


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