Alexander Guerra is an artist and photographer from Miami specializing in self-portraiture. Currently he is engulfed in his alter ego The Rabbit. The Rabbit is the central character in his images, set in both surreal scenes and real environments. His work is a provocative mix of bizarre travel stories as well as more offbeat contemplative pieces. Guerra's Rabbits are awkwardly posing, sometimes suggestively sexual and mysterious, while other times playful and mischievous. Guerra builds a tension between the innocence of a bunny and a sexually aggressive, very male Hare. The Rabbit is Guerra's demanding inner exhibitionist. And yep, we are there to be his audience.
Over the past year and a half, Guerra has unleashed his Rabbit army on the world, immortalizing his Rabbit in Paris, Tokyo, Rome, Beijing, and Sydney. His self-portraits become both his souvenir and the postcard sent home.
“The Rabbit has become my alter ego and the face of my internal and external explorations. They are my traveling souvenirs, conceived at home and sometimes on the road, each mask pregnant with the next.”