She focuses on illustration in paper format, although she also uses textile as a medium. Alicia has exhibited in galleries and spaces in Barcelona such as La Pedrera - Casa Milà, and abroad at the Tsukuba Museum of Art in Japan.
Born in Olot, she is a multidisciplinary artist, graduated in Primary Education with a mention in Music, with a parallel conservatory career. After spending some time working in Leipzig (Germany), Vogel moved to Barcelona where she graduated in Fine Arts, specialising in engraving and silkscreen printing. Her final degree project, Jusqu'ici tout va bien, was acquired by PATRIM (UB's endowment fund), and subsequently exhibited at the Museu Can Framis (Fundació Vila Casas) in Barcelona.
This same project led her to obtain an extraordinary prize with an exhibition in Japan (Tsukuba Museum of Art) with a grant from the Department of Culture of the Government of Japan. Alícia Vogel's work hides a deep universe full of symbolism, giving off a raw and striking beauty.
Although her work focuses on illustration in paper format, another very recurrent medium is textile, as she is also a senior technician in plastic arts and design in textile art, and understands textile as a format with its own meaning that broadens the narrative of her work. Vogel has exhibited her pieces in different galleries and spaces in Barcelona (La Plataforma, Tinta Invisible, Garage Beer Co., Museu Enric Monjo, La Pedrera Casa Milà in Pedrera Artlab, among others), as well as collaborating in projects of other disciplines; designing the credits of a film (Manson for Acne Studios and Arquitectura-G) or designing and producing textile pieces for the singer Anaju, among others.