Lisa Falour’s Bizarre Expat Exploits
I speak with Lisa Falour a United States Expat who has lived in France for almost 20 years. Lisa’s artwork is in the permanent collections of female artists at MoMA and in many other major museum permanent collections around the world, such as the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Sweden and The Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City, as well as smaller museums such as The Amarillo Museum of Art in Texas. She has had more books published under a variety of pseudonyms than she recalls offhand, and in the past 25 years has appeared in many book anthologies.She writes in English, French and Italian and has written articles published all over the world since the ’70s. A former FM and AM radio show host in the USA, she most recently appeared as a guest on FRANCE CULTURE at Radio France in the “Mauvais Genres” series, and France recently voted that out of all the guests for 2013, the segment with Lisa in French was the one they requested to be replayed by popular demand. She has modeled, done movies, television, been a visiting artist in Tuscany, Italy, and semi-retired, enjoys travel and sharing fun things she discovers — especially bargains and unknown places.