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Alejandra Guerrero is one of the worldà â â s leading female photographers. With Auto Erotica, she takes us on a thrilling photographic adventure in which the car is a constant protagonist.

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Alejandra Guerrero is one of the worldà â â s leading female photographers. With Auto Erotica, she takes us on a thrilling photographic adventure in which the car is a constant protagonist.
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'Cars are in my bloodstream - I love them as objects of desire and adventure. I've owned many cars and made countless road trips, and always get a kick from being behind the wheel.' - Alejandra Guerrero Alejandra Guerrero was born in 1979 in Bogotá, Colombia, where she attended a British school. Her artistic inclinations were manifested early on, first drawing and painting, and making clothes for her dolls, then in her final year of school in life classes. She enrolled in an industrial design/fine arts course at Los Andes University in Colombia, then in 1999 took a break and went to Chicago, where she took a job in a photo lab. Recognizing that she had found her path, she transferred to the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) to study photography. Her erotic work began in 2003, when as part of a Chicago artist's organization called Fluxcore, two of her photographs were included in a show about sex and technology called Turn On. She currently lives and works in Chicago. Alejandra Guerrero was one of 50 international photographers featured in The New Erotic Photography 2, Edited by Dian Hanson (Taschen, 2012). Miss Rosen is a New York-based writer who got her start writing nightclub reviews for the Village Voice, in 1997. Since then she has gone on to launch her own imprint, Miss Rosen Editions, publishing fifteen art, photography, memoir, and fiction titles. Her work has been featured in Time, Vogue, Artsy, Aperture, i-D, and Dazed, as well as monographs by Martha Cooper, Arlene Gottfried, and Joe Conzo, and a Tom of Finland exhibition catalogue. She has lectured at Columbia University, the International Center of Photography, and Parson's School of Design.