Massimo Falsaci

Interior designer Cannobio / Italy

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Massimo Falsaci
Massimo Falsaci was born in Cannobio (VB), Italy, in 1974. In his school years he followed liberal arts studies. His artistic experience started at the end of the '90. The earlier production mainly consisted of comic-strips, whose techniques and topics were refined in teamwork with the illustrator Karel Thole. The turning point in his style was in the year 2000, when he attended the Art School of Gianna Berettini in Milan, Italy. There, his inner needs for experimenting took hold, because he began putting to the test all the different painting techniques: oil-painting, acrylic, watercolour, chalk, sanguine and charcoal, eventually singling out the combination 'digital image - acrylic'. At first he was teamed up with the Nuova Figurazione school, and his works evolved into a sharp and dry reconsideration of the perception of present day's world, therein availing himself of the models found in urban life and in the media and entertainment customary issues. With his works, Falsaci sets himself forth either as a performer and as a reporter of our social evolution. On the one hand, the young artist is actually plunged in modern times, and he experiences first hand the changes in information technology which we are going through. On the other hand, just like a venerable medieval bard, he succeeds in conveying to his contemporaries the innermost nuances of this hectic world of ours, which very often are unheard of to most people.
Massimo Falsaci
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Massimo Falsaci was born in Cannobio (VB), Italy, in 1974. In his school years he followed liberal arts studies. His artistic experience started at the end of the '90. The earlier production mainly consisted of comic-strips, whose techniques and topics were refined in teamwork with the illustrator Karel Thole. The turning point in his style was in the year 2000, when he attended the Art School of Gianna Berettini in Milan, Italy. There, his inner needs for experimenting took hold, because he began putting to the test all the different painting techniques: oil-painting, acrylic, watercolour, chalk, sanguine and charcoal, eventually singling out the combination 'digital image - acrylic'. At first he was teamed up with the Nuova Figurazione school, and his works evolved into a sharp and dry reconsideration of the perception of present day's world, therein availing himself of the models found in urban life and in the media and entertainment customary issues. With his works, Falsaci sets himself forth either as a performer and as a reporter of our social evolution. On the one hand, the young artist is actually plunged in modern times, and he experiences first hand the changes in information technology which we are going through. On the other hand, just like a venerable medieval bard, he succeeds in conveying to his contemporaries the innermost nuances of this hectic world of ours, which very often are unheard of to most people.