Ana Laura Aláez

Pleasure designer - self portrait, 2001


Siliconed Fujichrome under methacrylate, framed
Ed. of 3
127 x 165 cm

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About Ana Laura Aláez (Bilbao, 1964) View artist profile >>

She is one of the most renowned contemporary artists in Spain. She defines herself as an "emotions architect", as she transforms all her life into art, depicting her feelings in her artworks. One of her first exhibitions took place in 1992, in Fundació Joan Miró's Espai 10, in Barcelona. Alberto Peral, another Basque artist, was also featured in this exhibition.

She created the interior design project Geometrical Life, with César Rey and Daniel Holc. She is also Girls on Film's singer, and works with a musician named Ascii.disko. In 2003 she published Flúor, a book with pictures and texts where she depicted her deepest aesthetic thoughts.

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