Operating in Venice since 1968, the Fallani Venezia silk-screen printing workshop prints top-quality editions, by putting its technical and artistic expertise to the disposal of painters, sculptors, photographers, illustrators, street artists and graphic and fashion designers and by interpreting and translating their different expressive languages into graphics. Fiorenzo Fallani has created over 1,000 editions for more than 200 artists all over the world. His son Gianpaolo followed in his footsteps and collaborates with Italian and foreign artists, also offering workshops and stays to allow them to have first-hand experience of the versatility and potential of silk-screen printing.
Monday to Saturday 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and 3.30 pm to 6.30 pm; Sunday by appointment
- +39 335 5851689 - http://www.fallanivenezia.com
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