Ingrid Falk (artist)

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Ingrid Falk (born 1960 in Sweden) is a painter, installation artist and curator. In 1992 formed the art collective FA+ in collaboration with her husband, Gustavo Aguerre.[1] Amongst the artists who have worked with FA+ are Nicola Pellegrini, Otonella Mocellin, Daniel Wetter and Lennie Lee. Together Ingrid Falk and Gustavo Aguerre have worked on a number of site-specific installations throughout Europe. These involve large-scale installations, photographic projections, sculptures and video installations. Falk has exhibited in a number of important museums and private galleries throughout Europe.[2] Ingrid Falk and Gustavo Aguerre assembled 3,053 pieces of toast into a large mosaic of a toaster in late 1999 -- they are attributed with spreading toast as an art medium.

Exhibitions[edit]

Italian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 1999,

Malmo Museum in 1996,

The Rich and Famous Gallery, London in 1998

Galeria Milano, Milan in 1999

ARCO in 2000

The Museo Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires, 2000.two site installations: The Toaster and Pax Securitas [3]

Konstnarhuset, Stockholm

Sternersenmuseet, Oslo

Tirana Biennale, 2001

Reykjavik Art Museum in 2002

National Center of Contemporary Art in 2005.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stockholms stad: Ingrid Falk och Gustavo Aguerro (FA+) (Swedish)
  2. ^ "Ingrid Falk / FA+", KC Öst Konstproduktion. (Swedish) Retrieved 26 February 2013.
  3. ^ "First International Art Biennial - Buenos Aires / The Toaster", FA+. Retrieved 04 March 2016.