Mexico, 1983.


Along her artistic career, Alejandra Freymann has always moved between abstraction and figuration, her works apparently offer us serene landscapes, sometimes populated by characters or animals that exude tenderness. Although it is true that without any visible threat, they convey a certain instability, a restlessness that is difficult to define. The planes are articulated in surfaces of powerful colours that seem to merge with each other without losing their precarious independence, as much as the supposed rationality of the figurative or the purity of the abstract.