Falcone is a young French artist and designer. In 2017, he first unveiled his work exclusively in Mickaël Marciano galleries. With LED, neon, optical fiber and mirror, he creates contemplative and live experience pieces. The visual language is disturbed. Overall, thanks to the visual illusion, he overturns codes and questions the eye’s reliability. Falcone plays with the viewer’s vision with the infinite reflection of the spot lights. Our own reflect seems to be thrown in a hypnotic infinite space. The unstructured paintings of Carmelo Arden Quin intrigued the young artist-designer, the way Arden played with the reliefs of Agam and those of Soto. Circles and squares, endlessly supported by form and color, lead him to go further, and to multiply the image. In fact, the game he plays with the mirrors is inspired by the Italian and French artists of the ‘60s.
He plays with geometric shapes and takes pleasure to revisit the 80’s pop myths. He uses for example Star Wars caracters or electric guitars. Revealed for is audacity and design, he has been selected by the prestigious luxury Hotel – Plaza Athénée on the famous Avenue Montaigne in Paris to settle a personal exhibition inside the Hotel on spring 2018. The following year, you may have seen his works at the Hotel Le Collectionneur.
These works can be found in the selection of the Marciano Contemporary galleries.