Franceca Falli

Her ability to experiment led her to create an innovative way of artistic work; where painting and decoration are contaminated by the opportunities of the new digital technique.

Francesca Falli begins to paint since she was a child, under the guidance of her maternal grandfather and of the arts she has done her professional activity. Francesca Falli began painting as a child, under the guidance of her maternal grandfather and the arts she carried out her professional activity.

She studied Decorative Painting at the Art Institute of L’Aquila, Graphics at the European Institute of Design in Rome, and Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts.
Her works are exhibited in several museums of Contemporary Art.

She received prizes and awards in Italy and abroad; moreover, she received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Chamber of Deputies in Rome.
She exhibited her “Collage” in the great Galleries section of the main Italian Contemporary Art exhibitions, next to Warhol, Festa, Angeli, and Schifano’s work and in concomitance with the exhibition of National Pavillion of Guatemala (16 the Architecture Biennale in Venice).
She is historicized inside the Catalogue of Mondadori Modern Art and in de Agostini’s Atlas of Art. She is a member of the Interdisciplinary Centre of Contemporary Landscape. Her works are inspired by the Pop Art painters with revisions, experimentations, provocations.

Continuous research leads her to the production of Pollage , which is arousing the interest of critics and historians and is spreading among collectors. The chaotic, distorted and emphasized landscapes that we find in her exemplary works are the expression of the mental and visual chaos caused by the earthquake that occurred in her city in 2009.

 These last months, her production has been enriched by a new theme: artistic ignorance. Everybody paints, everybody feels artist, everyone wants to express himself through pictorial art, but many do not know or study the history of art and here we find some references, some mockeries towards the false artists and from these ones the provocative idea of
her works (inspired in their titles and compositions by the great names of art history) was born.
“Van Coc”, “Chi è Pollok”, “Poll_ Gauguin”, “Pollo della Francesca”, “Questo non è un-Pollok, “Sazio di Pollo “, “Poll Klee” are her last inspirations.

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