From July 01, 2022

To September 30, 2022


Camilla Falsini   

for    A (rt) message in a (Chianti Classico) bottle


The Work: A tribute to the Grand Duke Cosimo III dé Medici, author of the 1716 Notice ‘Sopra la Dichiarazione dé Confini delle quattro Regioni Chianti, Pomino, Carmignano, e Val d’Arno di Sopra’, which defined the Chianti Classico wine production zone for the first time, identifying it as a highly suited territory for the production of excellent wines.

Title: Cosimo

Year: 2022

Technique: Pittura su legno

Displayed at: Casa del Chianti Classico, Radda in Chianti

Biography: Camilla Falsini is one of the leading Italian illustrators. Clean-cut lines, stylized and minimalistic forms and strong colors mark her creations. Her work includes editorial illustration, mural paintings, design objects and books. Her outdoor murals can be viewed in Rome, Turin, Palermo, Padua, Bormio, Milan, Brescia, Monza, Ravenna, Bologna, in Tuscany and in Molise, as well as in the Marches, in Basilicata, Calcata and Viterbo. In 2020 she won the “Piazze Aperte” contest within the CLEAR – City LivEAbility by Redesign project, regenerating and enhancing the value of two squares in Milan through strategic urban interventions. She is one of the illustrators for the book “100 Gianni Rodari” published by Einaudi in 2020 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Gianni Rodari.


The exhibition.
7, 4-meter tall bottles placed in 7 different Chianti municipalities. A multi-location event showcasing artwork displayed in the Gallo Nero wineries and installed throughout the territory’s towns.
Begin your trip by searching for the bottles in San Casciano V.P, San Donato, Greve, Radda, Castellina, Gaiole, and Castelnuovo Berardenga.
The artists, invited by the Consorzio with the assistance of art curators Davide Sarchioni, Fiammetta Poggi and Isacco Praxolu, are a multifaceted group that combines the young and promising with the established and well known, and have come together to experiment with innovative, contemporary media and language. The artists who have generously contributed to this project are: Camilla Falsini, Clet, Eliseo Sonnino, Francesco Bruni, Numero Cromatico, Thomas Lange.