Sonia Falcone (b. 1965) is a contemporary artist born in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. At an early age she moved to the United States. Falcone works in many mediums, including painting, photography, installation, and sculpture. Spirituality and mysticism are central elements in her work, which is influenced by the study of her heritage and ancestry. She believes in a ubiquitous spirituality that achieves its full expression in the human form, an idea she explores to glorious effect in her monumental multi-coloured works. In addition to her work in art, Falcone is a social activist for marginalized Latino communities and health education, as well as the rights of women and children who have suffered domestic violence.
Her most recent installation Colour Field was exhibited internationally: the Dublin Biennale, Pinta London, the inaugural edition of Biennale “Big Sur” in Montevideo, the Art Biennale in Venice, the International Art Fair ArtBo in Bogotá, Moscow World Fine Art Fair, the Magdalena Gabriel Fine Art Gallery in Monaco, the Museum of Contemporary Art Novosibirsk, Russia, Casa Cor in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, Mass Art, Boston, Aluna Art, Church-Museum “Nuestra Señora de la Merced,” and Pinta Miami at the Salar Gallery, Miami. In 2014, Falcone was selected as the primary artist to exhibit at the G77+ China United Nations Summit in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. The government of Bolivia invited Falcone to present her work in front of visiting dignitaries from 77 nations at this summit.