Lizzy Alejandro

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Artist Bio

Lizzy Alejandro is a Bronx born and raised visual artist. Alejandro graduated from Lehman College in 2010, earning her Bachelor’s degree in Studio Art. Since then, she has worked for Bronx based organizations such as The Bronx’s Children Museum and Bronx Art Space. Alejandro was a part of the Bronx Artist Documentary Project where her work was published in 2015.

Alejandro’s work is a mix of photography and stencil art. She often uses her own photographs to create stencils.​ Lizzy Alejandro has exhibited at Taller Boricua Gallery, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx Art Space, Andrew Freedman Home, Lincoln Hospital, the Galleries at Krasdale Foods, and the Bronx Latin American Art Biennial. Alejandro is currently a co-founder and member of The Bronx Women’s Photo Collective. She still resides in The Bronx.


I create work that explore themes of identity, sexuality and gender. Drawing from my personal experiences, I set out to dissect the root of gender connotations within societal, cultural and religious context. Through my work I aim to dismantle and redefine such connotations, creating a dialogue within the works relating to history and personal experience.