Alejandra G. Remón possesses insatiable curiosity and has been flooding notebooks with messy writing since adolescence. Sometimes she thinks she inhabits the films of the French New Wave, and the rhythms of Motown, bossa nova, psychedelic, and jazz echo through her head. She’s got a thing for the photos of Vivian Maier and Francesca Woodman and for authors like Roald Dahl, Stefan Zweig, Clarice Lispector and the beats, who inspired her to define sensations, question life, and start writing.
She has contributed to numerous media outlets and publishing projects. Her creativity and image have appeared in campaigns for such companies as Chloé, Loewe, and Samsung Cultura. She has also taken part in fashion events for the Botín Foundation, the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum, and the Association of Fashion Creators of Spain.
Her intimate photography and her work in the plastic arts, particularly collage, deserve special attention, and have appeared in several exhibitions.
Her personal, artistic, and singular style has connected with thousands of readers who seek in her works an object or artwork that transcends a simple reading.