Massimo Scaringella is an independent curator of contemporary art and organizer of cultural events. During more than thirty years of activity in Italy and abroad he has presented multiple Italian and foreign artists, many of them belonging to the new generations but already appreciated today in the international scene.
Born in Rome in 1953, he lives between Rome and Buenos Aires. He has curated or collaborated in more than 250 contemporary art exhibitions in 40 countries, in direct contact with the local realities of different cultures and their contemporary scene, creating a bridge of interchange between Italian art and the rest of the world, particularly with Latin America, where he was Artistic Director of the 4th edition of the Fin del Mondo Biennial 2014/2015. Director and founder of ars maxjer contemporanea – avant-garde cultural projects, in 2017 and 2019 he was appointed curator of the National Pavilion of the Ivory Coast in the 57th and 58th Venice International Art Biennale and invited curator at the Curitiba International Biennial from 2017 to 2019.