Royal West of England Academy (RWA) PHOTO OPEN EXHIBITION 2023
28 January - 1 May 2023

RWA, Queen’s Road
Clifton Bristol, BS8 1PX

Paupers' Ward Bed 20 at The Royal West of England Academy, Bristol
28 January - 1 May 2023

Vessel I at Flowers Gallery
24 November 2022 - 7 January 2023

Flowers Gallery is pleased to present the 40th edition of the annual Small is Beautiful exhibition at the Cork Street gallery and online.

'Theatre Box' offered to 'The Winter Gala' for their fundraising event for Save the Children
15 November 2022
Guildhall, London

PHotoESPAÑA 2022
1 June to 28 August 2022

The International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts is celebrating its 25-year anniversary from 1 June to 28 August 2022. An unmissable event in the world of visual arts and photography, this year’s festival will feature 120 exhibitions of work by 442 photographers and visual artists spread across the city's major museums, exhibition halls, and art galleries.

Alexandra Diez de Rivera selected for Discoveries PHotoESPAÑA 2022

Discoveries PHE is the professional meeting point for selected photographers organised by PHotoESPAÑA. This year it will take place on the 2nd and 3rd of June 2022 at TAI University of the Arts Madrid, coinciding with the opening of the XXV edition of PHotoESPAÑA.

Saatchi Gallery, London
4 November 2021 -
16 January 2022

This major exhibition presents a survey of London’s new emerging art scene, with new works selected spanning moving image, assemblage, installation, performance, painting, sculpture, photography, and drawing. Alexandra Diez de Rivera's work is on the top floor, in the Royal College of Art room.

Source Magazine 2021

Source is a quarterly photography magazine, available in print and as a digital edition, published in Belfast, Northern Ireland. We publish emerging photographic work and engage with the latest in contemporary photography through news, thoughtful features and reviews of the latest exhibitions and books from Ireland and the UK. Our website brings together an archive of writing and pictures from the magazine alongside current features.

The Pupil Sphere 2021 

Welcome to The Pupil Sphere Graduate Showcase 2021. We present to you a fresh exhibition from a diverse range of contemporary photographers from around the world. The outstanding level of the work showcased is testament to photography’s ability to adapt and triumph even in the most difficult circumstances.

Unit 1 Gallery I Workshop
28 October — 11 November 2021

Book visit

Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop is proud and excited to announce Fair Art Fair Curated I. Artists: Dohyun Baek, Bianca Barandun, Kate Boucher, Alexandra Diez de Rivera, Simon Fell, Adrian Gardner, Thomas Garnon, Connie Harrison, Sam Haynes, Johannes Holt Iversen, Sooim Jeong, Angela Johnson, Yulia Lebedeva, Robyn Litchfield, Stacie McCormick, Shunsuke Miyatake, Florence Reekie, Jill Tate, Errol Theunissen
Curators: Angeliki Kim Jonsson, Maria Korolevskaya, Delphian Gallery, and Stacie McCormick.

Art Programme
2021 - 2022

Since 2015 we have produced an exciting Art Programme which involves graduates from the University of Westminster and the Royal College of Art. Providing support and guidance to emerging artistic talent is at the core of our CSR programme.

Selected Royal College of Art artists: Judith Burrows, Alexandra Diez de Rivera, Paola Estrella, Nuno Gil, Dieter Ashton, Julie Derbyshire, Alexander Devereux, Andy Finlay
Anna Rekas, Katrine Skovsgaard, Gökhan Tanrıöver, Myro Wulff, Itamar Freed, Bella Hall, Mamon Hawkins, Radek Husak, Wai Yan Choi.

Selected from RCA MA Photography Class of 2021

Artists: Alexandra Diez de Rivera, Anna Lena Krause, Bowei Yang, Claire Sunho Lee, Emil Lombardo, Gokhan Tanriover, Hui Lin, Kirsty Sim, Luc Schol, Melanie Issaka, Myro Wulff, Ning Zhou, Ruudu Ulas, Svetlana Talanova, Ziyun Zou.

In The Dark Room - Panel Talk - 28 June 2021

Artists Ajamu and Martin Seeds join Alexandra Diez de Rivera, Melanie Issaka, Gökhan Tanrıöver, Bing Ye and Myro Wulff to explore photographic practices that are rooted in the darkroom: a darkened space where images emerge, representation is challenged, and identities are dismantled and reconstructed.

RCA 2021 IS LIVE - June 2021
Alexandra Diez de Rivera profile page.

RCA 2021 IS LIVE - June 2021

Discover graduate work by Royal College of Art students from around the world.

Dyson Gallery Exhibition - 23 to 30 June 2021

Selected 2021 Graduate Show: Richard Burton, Anne Carney Raines, Alexandra Diez de Rivera, Graham Martin, Rita Silva, An Ting Teng, Isadora Vogt, Myro Wulff


Alexandra Diez de Rivera is invited to join the 'Fair Art Fair' community, a new world of Art - June 2021

Fair Art Fair is an Artist-centred community. A world-firt digital platform where you can enhance your practice, curate an exhibition, build your collection or just experience stand-out, peer-validated work.

Let,s build a better, fairer Art world - starting Summer 2021.

'Can We Dance Again?'
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
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

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 by Krasimira Butseva on, '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

Alexandra Diez de Rivera Dissertation awarded with Merit
Royal College of Art
MA Photography
Tutor: Jonathan P. Watts
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