About Alexandra

Alexandra Fridman (b. 1984) is a Holon, Israel-based emerging artist. Inspired by the New York School abstract expressionism artists like Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock and Barnett Newman, Alexandra gained the courage to get away from conventional technique and subject matter to better express subjective emotional reality in her art practice. These paintings are abstract and simultaneously express the artist’s inner state of mind and the universal truths of the human condition. Alexandra Fridman is a former MD physician and a professionally trained interior designer, she discovered her passion for abstract expressionism in the mid-2000s, right after she moved to Israel from Moscow. All her works are the combination of emotional intensity and human condition in a spontaneous, subconscious creation. Former medical doctor, and a professionally trained interior designer, Alexandra studied the history of fine arts and works of the great masters, “Art pillars of the XX century”, in international art and design schools of London, New York, Moscow, and Rome. A passionate traveler, she finds her inspiration in the urban beauty of Singapore, Bilbao, Zurich, Amsterdam and other places around the globe.


Novosibirsk State Medical University, MD (2005)

Rhodec International Interior Design School
Moscow International Design School 
International Design School (Rome 2013)
International Design School (Great Britain 2014)
International Design School (New York 2014)
WK School of Art and Design, London


Upcoming exhibition: 
Joint ABSTRACT ART exhibition 13-26 March 2018
The Brick Lane Gallery, London