Alexandra Henry
New York, New York

Alexandra Henry finds inspiration in her home of New York City and other major cities that she visits. The urban landscape fascinates her because of the way in which we “create space for ourselves.” Through her works, she hopes to get viewers thinking about their relationship with urban spaces; many of her works lack any human presence exactly for this reason. When she’s not photographing, she enjoys reading and thinking about new projects. She currently works as a producer for Black Magic Films and is producing her own documentary on women street artists. Fun fact: when she was younger, she rode horses and competed in dressage and jumping events.

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Alexandra Henry 4/29/2016 | 11:01 AM

Excited to announce the success of our first fundraising event for STREET HEROINES, my documentary on the courage and creativity of female graffiti and street artists from around the world. It was a magical night where we held a silent auction of original artwork and unique prints to raise $5k. We also debuted the trailer to the documentary in progress! More on the project here:

Alexandra Henry 11/8/2015 | 9:08 AM

Heading to Ecuador for the first time this coming week to participate in an all-female graffiti & street art festival. I will be presenting my photographic and video work while documenting the artists at the same time. After that heading to Mexico City for another artist interview and photography shoot. Excited to end 2015 with a few new adventures!

Alexandra Henry 12/10/2014 | 3:06 PM

Just back from Art Basel Miami where I was able to meet up with some fellow Ugallery Artists for brunch! Such an inspiring experience being around so many creative souls. Bringing back the good vibes and will hopefully have some updates to share soon.

Alexandra Henry 1/31/2014 | 3:25 PM

My photographic and video documentary series continues in 2014. I have completed 3 vignettes that you can watch on my vimeo channel here: Stay tuned for more great artists from North and South America doing beautiful work in the streets!

A Stohlberg 9/1/2013 | 9:34 AM

it's wonderful to see thru global eyes. fantastic photography.I love your work. thank you

Alexandra Henry 7/28/2013 | 11:35 PM

While photography is my passion, I have begun to dabble in filmmaking to add depth to my documentary about women street artists. While the project is still driven by still photography, I wanted to share the first video in the series of vignettes I am making. You can watch and learn about MAGRELA, an artists from São Paulo, Brazil here:

Alexandra Henry 6/10/2013 | 12:44 PM

Happy to announce that my photography has been featured in TIME OUT SÃO PAULO's June magazine. They even wrote a little bit about me and my work. Also, I had a photo chosend for F-Stop Magazine's latest issue #59 TRUE/FALSE now viewable on their website. As always you can check out my website for links to news and for new work!

Alexandra Henry 3/16/2013 | 11:50 AM

2013 was off to a slow start, spending lots of time indoors here in New York City to stay away from the cold. However South America was calling again and I flew down to Lima, Peru at the beginning of March to document 'Nosotras Estamos en la Calle' festival for women street artists from all over Latin America and the US. My first time to Lima, it was a whirlwind trip and can't wait to go back and discover more of Peru as a country. The women I met were amazingly talented painters and designers and they beautifuied the very grey and dusty streets of the capital city. For a look at some of the work check out this link:

Alexandra Henry 10/19/2012 | 11:54 AM

This October I've been hanging out in New Mexico enjoying the warm fall and striking southwestern skies. A few weekends back, I took a road trip to Marfa, Texas with my brother to see what this arts-centric small town was all about. More here:

Alexandra Henry 9/4/2012 | 2:00 PM

In addition to taking photos all around the world, I love to collect records. Another photographer and record collector I know, Eilon Paz, has just featured my record collection on his blog Dust & Grooves. He is about to embark on a road trip across the US looking for more vinyl collectors and make a photo book out of the trip, all in the name of preserving music culture. So check out his site where you will find a perfect mix of photography and art...

Alexandra Henry 3/9/2012 | 3:29 PM

On Tuesday night I attended the awards show for an Instagram competition sponsored by Jameson Whiskey here in São Paulo. Four of my photos were on display out of 5,900 total entries. Though I didn't win the prize (a trip to NYC, how ironic), I saw amazing photos, by extremely talented photographers, of the city I love so much. Here is a link to see some of the finalists. This event was apart of the Mostra São Paulo de Fotografia which took place in the neighborhood of Vila Madalena. Over 300 photographers were on display throughout various venues in the bohemian part of town. To see my Instagram photos, and other shots of Brazil, you can check out my personal blog: ~Alexandra

Alexandra Henry 12/17/2011 | 8:18 PM

Some great news about a recent photography contest I entered "Chinatown Graffiti" into: Thank you for taking part in Curate NYC. We're excited to tell you that from 1,500+ submissions, your entry has been selected for online exhibition by one of our guest curators, James Estrin, Senior Staff Photographer & Lens Blog Co-Editor, The New York Times. Congratulations! See his selections at this link: Please note that this online exhibition is exclusively presented at Paula on our team has been promoting your show, and the other online exhibitions, via Twitter and Facebook to great response. Please connect with us at those pages if you haven't already. To find thumbnail links to all the online exhibitions, just scroll to the center of the Curate NYC homepage. We hope Curate NYC 2011 has been a winner for you, and that the website continues to bring value.

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