Massimo Catalani


Massimo Catalani was born in Rome, where he has been living and working since 1960. He graduated in Architecture in 1988. In his thesis he had already begun experimenting with mixtures that were a mixture of painting, modelling and architectural masonry. In his first group exhibition, he presented subjects that were "irreverent" not only for the world of art but also for the public: plates of pasta with zucchini, roman artichokes, prickly pears and chili pepper triptychs. After the success of his first personal exhibition in Rome, various exhibitions in Italy and abroad followed. In the last five years, the distinction of his work has lead him to present exhibitions and performances in the main cities of Europe, in the USA, in Korea, Russia, Japan, in the EAU and in South America. His works are part of important private and public collections worldwide.

Il Genius Loci dell'Acquedotto; 2018; cm.360x90; marble of Carrara, pumice stone, Meudon white, volcanic sands and luminescent pigments on wood; daytime vision
Senza Titolo; 2019; cm.252x185; volcanic sands of the island of Elba, of Trevignano, Catania, Stromboli and Ladispoli on luminescent jute; daytime vision
The permanent character of architecture #1; 2019; cm.36x36; marble of Carrara, pumice stone, Meudon white, volcanic sands and luminescent pigments on wood; nighttime vision
Il carattere permanente dell'architettura #5; 2019; cm.180x120; acrilic color on luminescent jute

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