Marina Faust

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Marina Faust
Nationality Austrian
Website Official website

Marina Faust is an Austrian artist and photographer.

Life and work[edit]

Marina Faust began working at the age of eighteen as a photographer in Vienna. Between 1974 and 1975 she collaborated with Magnum Photos. In the 1980s, she exhibited her work at Galerie Agathe Gaillard in Paris, France.

Faust has collaborated as a photographer with Maison Martin Margiela since 1990.[citation needed][1]

In 1995, Faust began working with other media, including collages, videos and objects. She taught at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in 2000-2001.[2] Her group of traveling chairs, first shown at Song Song, in Vienna in 2007, is part of the collection of Museum für angewandte Kunst Wien and is on display at the Contemporary Art Tower, Vienna.[citation needed] Her photo series are regularly published in French art magazine Frog.

In October 2012, her collaboration with Franz West, "Talk without Words (Christopher Wool)", was exhibited at Gagosian Gallery, London.[3][not in citation given]

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