Born in Beirut in the sixties, Carole Ingea is a Lebanese artist. She earned a Masters degree in advertising at the Lebanese Academy of Fine Art (ALBA) in 1987.
She worked as art director in advertising and design agencies in France and Lebanon. After 20 years spent in the advertisingfield she retires with the ardent drive to live her passion: Sculpture.
For six years (starting 2012) sheattended sculpting classes with Gulene Der Boghossian who taught her to handle different materials using the proper techniques (clay, plaster, wire…) while working on artistic morphology.
Since December 2015 Carole’s resin and bronze sculptures are exposed at Jacques Ouaiss gallery.
In May 2016 she participated in a collective exhibition “Les copains exposent” in the same gallery
In December 2018, Ingea took part in a collective exhibition “Break all frames” in Beit Beirut September2019, “A peace of liberty” collectiveexhibition, Beit Beirut.
In September 2019,she took part in Beirut Art Fair and the “Biennale of contemporary art”, at Macam museum
December 2019, collective exhibition inspired by theLebanese revolution at Jacques Ouaiss gallery September 2020, “Dessine-moi un cèdre” collectiveexhibition, Résidence des pins
June2021, “Women of Beirut :Untold stories" Artists of Beirut collective exhibition, Bossa Nova, Beirut