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Alejandro Mos Riera

Alejandro Mos Riera is a spanish poet and painter born in 1978 in Oviedo (Asturias) where he studied Art History at the University of Oviedo.

Published in internet sites since the first years of this century at sites like Fotopedia,, Blogger, MySpace, YouTube, Facebook,, I send you this,,, Art Airport, MyArtinfo, Art in Context, La Comunidad de El País, Eskup, Bubok, WattPad, Flickr, Twitter, Issuu,, Amazon, Blurb, Lulu, Tumblr, Saatchi Online, Art Below and World Wide Arts Resources.

Texts and artworks are combined like the synesthesia, that show the surreal and the everyday life of dreams, from the synesthesia of music in painting, painting in words and music of the words. In their own words "Music is the poetry of the time. Painting is silent poetry. A poem is a piece of life. Every minute in life is a miracle that never repeats". This use of visual synesthesia is the art of setting memory moments randomly drawn in light of the eye that captures impossibles, to stop the time in a moment that never repeats.

Writes the images, paints the words in these books Middle of the Night (En la mitad de la noche) "A slice of life"(Un trozo de vida), "With the ghastly lucidity of insomnia" (Con la lucidez atroz del insomnio), "One thousand days and a night" (Mil días y una noche), "Gathering of spiders" (Tertulia de arañas), "Journey to the end of the highway"(Viaje al corazón del final de la autopista), "An enigma written in the wind" (Enigma escrito en el viento), Visions of Rome (Visiones de Roma) and The book of the impossible ones (Libro de los imposibles).

Modern masters like Marcel Duchamp, Mark Rothko, Bridget Riley, Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Chuck Close, Jackson Pollock, Robert Frank, Paul Gauguin, Lucio Fontana, Damien Hirst, Robert Rauschenberg, René Magritte, Cindy Sherman, James Turrell, Joseph Beuys, Andy Warhol, Banksy and Yves Klein are some of his influences.

His artworks have been exhibited in Oviedo, Madrid, Barcelona, London, Paris, Amsterdam, New York and Tokyo.

He currently lives and works in Asturias, Spain.