Massimiliano Alioto

Massimiliano Alioto

Born in brindisi in 1972, Massimiliano Alioto now lives and works in Milan

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Fiori d'artificio

Oil on canvas

Dimensions: Height 100 - Width 120

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Oil on canvas

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Bollicine

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Vertigine

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Fiori d'artificio

Oil on canvas

Dimensions : Width 150 cm - Height 120 cm
Year : 2018

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Transgenico

Oil on canvas

Dimensions : Width 150 cm - Height 120 cm
Year : 2018

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Massimiliano Alioto Curriculum

Massimiliano Alioto was born in Brindisi in 1972, he began drawing as a child, studying at the artistic high school and then at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence.
In 1994 he began to exhibit his works around Italy from the historical literary café of the Redcoats in Florence to important galleries and public spaces in Rome and Milan, in 1999 collaborating with the San Lorenzo Art House begins a pictorial journey followed by the art critic Maurizio Sciaccaluga who sees him engaged in exhibitions such as: Made in Japan, at the Spazio Consolo space in Milan, Other Directions, at the Central Station of Milan, Santa Lucia Station of Venice, Porta Nuova Station of Turin, Stazione Central of Bologna, Santa Maria Novella Station of Florence, Termini Station of Rome. In 2003 he participated in the fourth Cairo Communication award at the Palazzo della Permanente in Milan and in 2004 his first exhibition in New York at Scope Art. In the same year he published a monograph for the Rex Built In collection.
From 2004 to 2007 he collaborates with the gallery of Giovanni Bonelli and followed by the critic Alessandro Riva exhibits in the Miracle exhibition in Milan at the Palazzo della Ragione in Milan and other important exhibitions, then realizes other events followed by Paola Artoni, Luisa Castellini and Emma Gravagnuolo.
From 2007 to date Massimiliano Alioto collaborates with Italian Factory in Milan and followed by critics and journalists such as Luca Beatrice, Chiara Canali, Duccio Trombadori, Angelo Crespi and Vittorio sgarbi, produces important exhibitions and publishing publications, among many are the trilogy on the landscape Natural, another important exhibition is seen in the exhibition 4 Way Street with Agostino Arrivabene, Giorgio Ortona and Bernardo Siciliano at Palazzo Te di Mantova, curated by Luca Beatrice and Angelo Crespi, up to 2013 where he participates in the 55th International Exhibition of 'Arte - the Venice Biennale Pavilion of the Syrian Arab Republic by Duccio Trombadori.
His projects are published by numerous publishing houses such as Vallecchi, Damiani, Silvana, Electa, Maretti, De Luca.
Some of his works have been acquired by important collections such as: International Music Museum, Bologna, Benetton Foundation, Michetti Museum, Rex Built In Collection, Confindustria Collection, Maimeri Foundation, Hendrik Christian Andersen Museum.

Main Exhibitions

2017

Ghost's ?, Museum Hendrik Christian Andersen Rome, curated by Gabriele Simongini, in collaboration with the MIBACT pole museum of Lazio and M77Gallery, De Luca Editori
Asphyxia, M.A.C. Milan Maimeri Foundation, curated by Luca Beatrice

2015

Transnatural, Turin curated by Luca Beatrice

2013

Codex Corruptionis, 55th International Art Exhibition - the Venice Biennale Pavilion of the Syrian Arab Republic, Edited by Duccio Trombadori, Maretti Editore

2012

Becchetti Collection, First Gallery Roma Acura by Luca Beatrice
4 Way street Alioto, Arrivabene, Ortona, Sicilian, Palazzo Te Mantova Curated by Luca Beatrice, Maretti Editore.
63 ° MIchetti Prize, Michetti Museum, Francavilla al Mare. Curated by Luca Beatrice, Vallecchi Editore.

2011

The First Italian Show, First Gallery, Rome, curated by Luca Beatrice
Disegni for the presentation of the book: Diego for you, Diego Dalla Palma, Filodrammatici Theater, Milan

2010

Natural Wild, Etruscan Museum Palazzo Casali; Cortona, curated by Vittorio Sgarbi,
Maretti Editore

2009

Love me Fender, M. Bauer farmhouse, Museum international music, Bologna Curated by Luca Beatrice. Damiani Editore
Contemplazioni. Beauty and tradition of the new in Italian contemporary painting. Confindustria Collection
Youth and Art. 11 works tell. First Gallery, Rome. Curated by Luca Beatrice.
No-Landscape, Bandera Foundation, Busto Arsizio. Curated by Luca Beatrice.
Contemplazioni. Beauty and tradition of the new in Italian contemporary painting Curated by Alberto Agazzani. Castle Sigismondo, Rimini

2008

Rumors, Caserma Cavalli, Turin. Curated by Luca Beatrice. -Natural Marea, Spazio 8, Milan Curated by Luca Beatrice. Electa editions.

2007

New Painters of Reality, PAC, Milan. Acura by Vittorio Sgarbi. Vallecchi Editore.
Line on the horizon, Gallery of Modern Art and Raccolte Frugone, Genoa. Curated by Maurizio Sciaccaluga, Maretti Editore
58 ° Michetti Prize, New Realism, Museum Michetti, Francavilla al Mare. Curated by Vittorio Sgarbi, Vallecchi Editore
Natural, Museum of Modern Art, ciasa de ra Regoles, Cortina d'Ampezzo. Curated by Alessandro Riva. Electa editions.
To be continued ... the new Italian figuration. Fabbrica Borroni, Bollate. Curated by Chiara Canali. Silvana Editorial.
The Art train, from Titian to Street Art: 500 years of Italian art. Curated by Vittorio Sgarbi, Duccio Trombadori, Luca Beatrice and Chiara Canali.

2006

Colors, former Church Maria Gualtieri, Pavia. Curated by Paola Artoni. -Milan in Color, Contemporaneously, Milan. Edited by Emma Gravagnuolo

2005

Miracle in Milan, Palazzo della Ragione, Milan. Curated by Alessandro Riva.
Before Talking, Small gallery, Bassano del Grappa. Curated by Elena Castellan.
Light on the City, Small Gallery, Bassano del Grappa. Curated by Alessandro Riva.
Jungle, Duplex Art Gallery, Genoa. Curated by Luisa Castellini. 2004
Life by Dogs, Scope Art, New York.

2003

Other directions, Milan Central Station, Santa Lucia Station of Venice, Torino Porta Nuova Station, Bologna Central Station, Florence Santa Maria Novella Station, Rome Termini Station. Curated by Maurizio Sciaccaluga.
Paesaggi, ex convent of Santa Chiara, Brindisi. By DomenicoGatti.
Made in Japan, Spazio Consolo, Milan. Curated by Maurizio Sciaccaluga
Prize Cairo Communication, Palazzo della Permanente, Milan.

2002

Performance, Mondadori Multicenter Library, Milan.

1999

On the Road, Il Tempo Ritrovato, Milan. Curated by Dino Carlesi.

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