Alejandra Seeber

Rainbow Knitt

Price upon request

Alejandra Seeber has been described as having a “dialogic approach to painting, where intentionality and random procedures, failings, and acceptance operate together without hierarchy.” Seeber pulls inspiration from blended sources including alternative rock, theatrical stage design, underground culture, graphic design, and technology as a whole. She scatters and stains her way through her layered-canvas works as if she’s trying to cover the difference between in and out; between figures and abstraction. 

Seeber uses a pattern called “punto santa clara,” a technique that allows layers of paint to mimic textile design with an element of transparency. Seeber envisions her Knitts as a meditation, but also as a way to force the painting to be something else. 

Recent projects by Seeber include: A oJO (Barro, Buenos Aires, 2021); Fuera de serie (Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, 2021); Getaways (Hausler Contemporary, Lustenau, Austria, 218); Autoamerican (Barro, Buenos Aires, 2015); and more. She lives and works in New York.

Oil on canvas
34” x 29”
Currently on view in Woman Made at Surface Area in the Miami Design District