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'Can We Dance Again?'
Exhibition
5 - 6 June 2021


SW Darkroom presents our first group exhibition, Can We Dance Again? showcasing the work of 14 artists who use the Darkroom as a space within their practice, working with both still and moving image.

Artists: Antonia Adomako, Daniel John Bracken, Alexandra Diez de Rivera, Lewin St Cyr, Ramona Güntert, Frankie Magnuson, Melissa Magnuson, Jacob Middleburgh, Sara Marinangeli, Cole Flynn Quirke, Phoebe Somerfield, Gülce Tulçalı, James Wilde, Ning Zhou

Royal Victoria Patriotic Building
John Archer Way
London
SW18 3SX

'Final, not Over - again' Exhibition
13 - 17 May 2021

Royal College of Art - Painting, Sculpture & Photography
Helen Bermingham, Camilla Bliss, Richard Burton, Anne Carney Raines, Alexandra Diez de Rivera, Sophie Goodchild, Sam Hanner, Nour Jaouda, Hannah Kim, Graham Martin, José Rafael C. Mendes, Catherine Repko, Rita Silva, An Ting Teng, Yi To, Isadora Vogt, Wenxuan Wang, Shiwen Wang, Lucy Whitehead, Xiaozhijian Li, Bowei Yang, Ke Zhang, Ning Zhou

Unit 1 Gallery / Workshop
Unit 1, 1 Bard Road
London W10 6TP

Void Collective X Alexandra Diez de Rivera Interview
30 April 2021

'My work explores questions around memory, mortality and identity through emotionally charged and psychologically ambiguous objects and spaces which are imbued with history. My practice looks at the vacant space, the empty shell, the skin of things, and is informed by my own European heritage and research around the subject of Aura in art'

Alexandra Diez de Rivera


'Always Present' Exhibition
29 April 2021

'What might have been and what has been point to one end, which is always present'
Burnt Norton, TS Eliot

Guest artists: Alexandra Diez de Rivera, Greg Sand, Ioanna Sakellaraki, Veronica Losantos

‘Always Present’ is an online exhibition that brings together the work of 25 contemporary artists. Featuring photography, video, objects and printmaking; the works on show centre around themes of identity, remembrance and the transient nature of images.

'A portrait of a home; traces and touch' by Krasimira Butseva - March 2021

Essay on the series, 'The Whispering Gallery; Vessels, Skins and Portals' by Alexandra Diez de Rivera



'Slow Photography, Lost & Found; A Cry for Deceleration' by Alexandra Diez de Rivera - September 2019

Dissertation awarded with Merit
Royal College of Art
MA Photography
Tutor: Jonathan P. Watts
8380 Words