Camilla Falsini was born in Rome, where she lives and works as a painter and illustrator. For several years, She has worked as an illustrator doing only some children’s books and her work has been featured in several magazines and advertising.
Straight lines and simple geometry characterize her sculptures and also influence the stroke and the pictorial forms, which become more and more minimal and graphics.
She has participated in many group exhibitions and has showed her work abroad, such as the Fifty24MX Gallery in Mexico, along with international artists. The last group exhibitions in which she has participated are Tracks at the Macro Museum and Like a Virgin, at the Gallery Sacripante in Rome.
In autumn 2015, her work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions, including Mirada gallery and Grauen Gallery, for which she also made two painted walls for the project RECOVER. She has participated at the festivals of street art Subsidence, Pop-up Ancona, ArtConventional in Rome, FRA in Civitanova Marche, Arteinattesa Gaeta and She has taken part in the MURo, Urban Museum of Rome.
Her work has been appeared in Pictoplasma, Juxtapoz and other books and magazines.