Alexa Torre

Mérida, Yucatán , 1987

Mérida Yucatán, 1987. Photographer and visual artist. She currently resides in the City of Merida. She studied Communication Sciences Universidad Anahuac and Photography at the New England School of Photography. She has recently exhibited at the ´Los Pinos Cultural Center, Fotomexio 2019 Award, Solo show at the Obra Negra Gallery, as well as at Apartaco CDMX, The Other Art Fair NYC, Gericke / Paffrath Gallery Germany, Paris and his last show in her hometown Mérida "Al ras del cielo".

She has also participated in different fairs. She has collaborated with various magazines such as Cuartoscuro, National Georaphic, Huffpost, Saatchi Art, Artsy among others. Her work has been focused on women as the physical or symbolic protagonist in various series of photographs. Torre uses irony, social, regional and international stereotypes to show everyday life as a series of details that the viewer can relate to through memory or their day-to-day life. She is currently doing a series of photographic and installation works where color is used as a trigger for content. Her work also experiments with light and the ability to transform objects on a two-dimensional and three-dimensional level.

Día Redondo

Perfectos Enamorados


Sólido y líquido

Compras de supermercado

Corazón contento


Pantera Rosa


Rosa Religioso


Ramo colgante

Ventana al cielo

Sueños Multicolor

Charra Mexicana

Tradiciones de Dzinup


Blues in the Corona

Mujer de barro

Venus Degradada



Life is a carnaval 2



Corazón Mexicano

La Luchadora

Multicaracter Azul

Never Ending Story

Over the rainbow

Rosa Mexicano

Life is a Carnaval


Soñando en el cielo

Aguas Mágicas

Sin Título

Looking high

Santuario de Afrodita Collage

Multicaracter amarillo


Day Dreaming

Sin Título


Naturaleza Mágica

Sin Título

Lávate las manos


Colores del cielo

$25,000 MXN


$30,000 MXN

La Yucateca

Lovers crashing


Alexa has exhibited in places such as Los Angeles California, Boston, New York, China, Germany, Monterrey, Mexico City and Mérida, Yucatán. The most representative works of her have been "Utopia Mexicana" (2013) and "Zona Rosa" (2018). Her photographs have been published in National Geographic Latin America (2013), Stampsy (2014), Aló (2015), National Geographic Latin America (2016), Cuarto Oscuro (2018).

Alexa Torre "Al ras del cielo"


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