In this delicate moment F/ART has decided to join the initiative DO NOT STOP THE LIGHT launched by APIL (Association of Lighting Professionals): it is a small gesture to feel more united to overcome this critical period. The neon panel with the writing "Happiness is homemade" on the entrance window is not an accidental choice: the most recent DCPM invites to stay at home and move only in case of proven need.
Events, exhibitions, installations and galleries you should visit during February 2020. For neon art lovers, F/ART has collected some suggestions around the world you must see.
F/ART begins the year with this team: a group that has expanded with the arrival of new people, who is very close-knit and that has made great progress for the whole company. For 2020 the company is actively working on many fronts, it is time to give some anticipations even if the details will arrive in due course.
F/ART has made several collaborations with the world of art and design in 2019, let's review together the most important: "il Bello Inverso" by Flavio Favelli in Ca'Rezzonico (Venice), "Through a Day" by Giovanni Ozzola at Galleria Cracco in Milan, "Overseas east-west" by Lorenzo Vitturi in Molise and the Industrial LandArt along the Terraglio, the Neapolitan road that connects Treviso to Venice.
It is very easy to run into fake news and hoaxes while surfing the web. The neon sector is not immune and often you can come across incorrect, misleading or even purely invented information. F/ART, with its 74 years of experience with the cold cathode, has collected the most common false myths and explained them in a very simply way.
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