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Queen of Space

In Queen of Space, Greek contemporary artist Fei Alexeli, takes us on a voyage into the cosmos, via her unique, escapist brand of photo-montage and digital manipulation.

Speaking of the futuristic world’s that she creates, Alexeli comments: ‘I’m interested in creating utopian microcosms and parallel universes. I like to bring a touch of surrealism in everyday life and create a dialogue between fiction and reality, to make collages that manufacture their own reality. [My art} can be considered an escape from our own reality.’

This giclée print is from a limited edition of 40, signed by the artist.


White Frame 140-160 with No Float + £165
White Frame 140-160 with Black Float + £242
White Frame 140-160 with White Float + £242
Black Frame 140-160 with No Float + £165
Black Frame 140-160 with Black Float + £242
Black Frame 140-160 with White Float + £242
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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Giclee, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 40
    Size (cm): 70 x 70
    SKU: AR18547

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    About the artist

    Fei Alexeli is a contemporary artist, known for her colourful collages and cut-ups that ooze retro charm. Alexeli’s background is in architecture, and this expertise permeates her collages and prints via her unique use of space and layering, to create depth and perspective.  

    Alexeli’s work is both a reflection on the past, and thoughtful about the future. She transports the observer to galactic plains via her use of vintage 1950’s magazine cuttings that depict space-age visions of the future.

    Alexeli splits her time between London and Amsterdam and has exhibited around the world, including New York, Stockholm and Hamburg.