Gustavo Aguerre

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Gustavo Aguerre (born in 1953 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) was an artist, photographer, curator, writer, and theatre designer.[1] After leaving Argentina, he moved to Germany and studied at the Munich Art Academy between 1974 and 1976.

"In collaboration with his wife, Ingrid Falk, he set up an art collective in Stockholm called FA+ in 1992.[2][3] Amongst the artists who have worked with FA+ are Nicola Pellegrini, Otonella Mocellin, Daniel Wetter, Lennie Lee. Aguerre and Falk have worked on a number of site-specific installations throughout Europe."[4]

These involve large -scale installations, photographic projections, sculptures, video installations in Stockholm. He has exhibited in museums and private galleries, including the Italian Pavilion Venice Biennale in 1999,[5] Malmo Museum in 1996, The Rich and Famous Gallery, London in 1998, the Galeria Milano in 1999, ARCO in 2000, The Museo bellas Artes in Buenos Aires and the Konstnarhuset, Stockholm, the Sternersenmuseet, Oslo, the Tirana Biennial in 2001, Reykjavik Art Museum in 2002 and the National Center of Contemporary Art in 2005

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