French artist Ingrid Luche works in a variety of media, but is perhaps best known for her textiles, which involve sparsely composed imagery and embroidery on vertically hung curtain-like swaths of fabric. Her works read as visual diaries, offering glimpses of moments lived and memories savored.
Luche has had solo exhibitions at Air de Paris, Von-der-Heydt-Museum in Wuppertal, La Station in Nice, Musée d’art moderne et comtemporain in Genève, among many others. She has participated in such residencies as AXENEO7 in Canada, Résidence Culturesfrance Hors Les Murs in New York, Résidence à La Station in Nice, and Aide Individuelle à la Création, Direction Régionale des Affaires Culturelles Ille-de-France, among many others. She currently lives in Paris France.