Alicia Framis

(Spain, 1967). Lives and works in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Alicia Framis

Foto: Hugo De La Rosa

Alicia Framis is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work blends architecture, design, fashion and performance. Her work is project based and focuses on different aspects of human existence within contemporary urban society. Born in Barcelona, Framis studied in the Fine Arts School, Barcelona University and in École de Beaux Arts, Paris. She also completed a master in the Institut d’Hautes Etudes, Paris; and another one in the Rijksakademie Van Beelde Kunstende, Amsterdam. After art school Alicia has lived and worked in Barcelona (1985-1990), Paris (1990-1993) and Amsterdam from 1995. She has become known around the world for her performances and actions, such as Loneliness in the City (1999-2000), The Secret Strike Films (2003-2006); an installation accessible to women only, Minibar, at the 2nd Berlin Biennial in 2001; and Anti_dog (2002-2003), realized to represent Holland in the Dutch pavilion at the 50th Venice Biennial in 2003. Recent solo shows include Reading Together at Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam (2014) and Framis in Progress at MMK Arnhem; Galerie I'm TaxisPalais, Innsbruck (2013); Museum of Contemporary Art in Leon; and Centre Contemporary Art Brugge (2014).

History of Drones, 2014

Taxidermy pigeon, camera

A screaming comes across the sky
10
Oct
2014
5
Apr
2015

Drones, mass surveillance and invisible wars

Apart Together (Japan House), 2002

Photograph, models, automobiles, binding and wooden table Medidas variables

Auto. Dream & Matter
14
May
2009
20
Sep
2009

An exhibition that analyzes the automobile culture as a creative landscape.

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LABoral presents the catalogue for 'En barbecho', by Alicia Jiménez, on Thursday 10th  LABoral presents the catalogue for 'En barbecho', by Alicia Jiménez, on Thursday 10th

The publication was conceived as a continuation of the exhibition proposals

Martín Freire wins the grant DKV Seguros-Álvarez Margaride with his project Behind the Scene Martín Freire wins the grant DKV Seguros-Álvarez Margaride with his project Behind the Scene

The work will be showcased at Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial de Gijón starting June 18

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