• Location:
    Pavia, Italy
  • Gallery Representation:
    RB Contemporary, Milan
  • Schools Attended:
    Cfp. Bauer - Milan
About Massimiliano Gatti

He took part of many group and solo exhibitions in Italy and abroad. Most recents. 2009: Piattaforma Zeronove, ex Ospedale S. Agostino, Modena, curated by Filippo Maggia. 2010: artistic residence at Stills, Scottish center for photography, Edinburgh. 2011: International Departures 11, ex Ospedale S. Agostino, Modena, curated by Filippo Maggia. He realizes Materadio, a photographic project assigned by RAI Radio3, Matera and curated by Fondazione Fotografia. 2012: Oggetti Quotidiani, Obiettivo Reporter gallery, Milano, curated by Gigliola Foschi. He wins the first prize of CoCoCo, Como Contemporary Contest. Proximum Est, curated by Gigliola Foschi, S. Pietro in Atrio, Como, Spazio Arti Contemporanee del Broletto, Pavia and, 2013, Villa Libera, Rovereto. 2013: Confini Invisibili, galleria RBContemporary, Milano. He wins the critics' award of the Visual Arts Award, San Fedele Gallery, Milan. E quindi uscimmo a vedere la stelle, San Fedele gallery, Milano, curated by Andrea Dall'Asta. La Giovane Fotografia Italiana_#02, Officine delle Arti, Reggio Emila, Fotografia Europea 2013, curated by Daniele De Luigi. Premio Combat, Museo Giovanni Fattori, Livorno. Situazioni 1, Palazzo Tovegni, Murazzano (CN), curated by Daniela Trunfio, represented by RBContemporary. Ri-Nascere, Museo del Territorio Biellese, Biella, curated by Andrea Dall’Asta e Irene Finiguerra. Work in Progress 2, Constructions of Landscape, curated by Deirdre McKenna, Stills Gallery, the Scotland center for photography, Edimburgh. Riflessioni sul corpo e il sacro, San Fedele Gallery, Milano, curated by Andrea Dall'Asta. 2014: Artefiera, international fair of contemporary art, Bologna with the RBContemporary gallery. Circulation(s), Festival de la jeune photographie européenne, Centquatre, Paris, curated by Fetart. Residuo, Spazio &, Bologna, curated by Daniele De Luigi. New Stoff Festival, Kulturhuset, Stockholm, curated by Adam Potrykus.
From 2013 he takes part in a project of the Iraq Task Force of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for teaching archaeological photography at the University of Erbil, Iraq. He takes part as a photographer in the PARTeN project (Archaeological Project in the Land of Nineveh), an interdisciplinary research conducted by the University of Udine in Iraqi Kurdistan. Lives and works between Italy and the Middle East.

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