Marco Klee Fallani was born in New York City on April 14, 1965.
He attended the Porta Romana Art Institute and the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence.
In 1990 he won a scholarship for a Masters in Fine Arts from California College of Arts, which he completed in 1993. He collaborated in the construction of the bronze monument to Joe Louis for the city of Detroit and prepared the molds and casts in plaster of Guglielmo’s pulpit for the – Museo dell’Opera del Duomo – of Pisa. In 2005 the University of Syracuse commissioned – The huntress, a life-size sculpture in terracotta that symbolizes the hunt for knowledge. In 2006 he made a painting for the fashion company – Le Gatte Jeans, the painting was published and exhibited in a traveling show in all major cities of Europe and Asia. In 2008 Fallani was commissioned by – Gherardini Hand Bags – a painting inspired by Leonardo’s Mona Lisa. In 2013 he was commissioned a large sculpture for the main square of the city of Arezzo – Hope and Faith – it is an annunciation dedicated to the art of Piero Della Francesca. In August 2015 Fallani was invited by Viacheslav Zarenkov and the – World Creative Organization of Saint Petersburg Russia for – Saint Petersburg through the eyes of contemporary artists.
Marco Klee Fallani currently lives in Florence.