ABOUT JOAQUIM FALCO
Joaquim Falco is a Spanish mixed media artists born in 1958. His work has been exhibited in galleries since early 1979. Falco’s art has also brightened up private collections, meeting rooms and museums around the globe. In total he has been exhibited in galleries an museums north of 400 times. An impressive number. Especially when you consider the galleries and museums he was featured in. His work have been displayed next to master pieces from Warhol, Lichtenstein and Picasso.
A remarkable fact about Joaquim Falco is that he has reinvented his style, almost completely. He has always given pop art a good wink, but in the past years he has entirely dedicated his work to this style. He went from using colour and everyday imagery to powerful colours and strong and outspoken images of brands, people and fictional characters. It’s very rare to find an artist that can change his MO after so my years and come out more successful.
Joaquim Falco’s category of choice is mixed media. He creates colourful collages depicting famous artists, brands and fictional characters and prints it on canvas using the giclee printing technique. Giclee prints allow for extraordinary detail to be displayed. Falco hand-finishes his art work with strategically placed brush strokes, markers, spray paint and what ever his creativity demands. This technique highlights the colourful style and gives his art its unique character.
WHY A "FALCO" MIGHT BE RIGHT FOR YOU.
Joaquim Falco's works are a must-have for the modern day pop art collector. They are bright, feature great collages and have been rising in value for the last years. His works are quite powerful due to their use of strong colours in combination with modern characters and imagery. This will make sure that they are ready to impress, especially in a modern interior.
One thing to keep in mind before acquiring one of Joaquim Falco's works is that it will not go unnoticed. When you exhibited your Falco anywhere in your home it will become a topic of conversations. The colours, the characters and the unique style cannot go unseen