Gianmaria Conti

was born in Sassuolo (Modena) in 1970, and is an artist and professional photographer. He grew up in Florence, where he studied at the Faculty of Architecture; he now lives and works in Milan.
To date, his works have been featured in both solo and collective exhibitions both in Italy and abroad, including:
Eravamo Tutti Uguali, (2003) Istituto Storico della Resistenza, Modena; Circolo ARCI A. Pagliani, Sassuolo (Modena); Galleria Civica of Modena. Curated by Marco Scotini. Identita’ complesse, (2001) Galleria Area, Brescia. Curated by Salvatore Lacagnina. Io la contestazione la vedo così, (2001) Palazzo delle Papesse, Siena. Curated by Sergio Risaliti. Invasione italiana (2001), Montevergini Galleria Civica Arte Contemporanea, Siracusa. Curated by Salvatore Lacagnina. Carnival (identita’ complesse) (2001), Interno&DumDum, Bologna. Curated by Daniele Astrologo. Barzaghi / Conti (2001), Centro San Fedele, Milan. Curated by Gabi Scardi. E-mona, ( 2000) Nextmuseum, Detroit (USA). Periscopio, (2000) Cascina Grande, Rozzano (Milan). Curated by Paolo Campiglio, Angela Madesani and Francesco Tedeschi. Art tribune + Frere, (2000) Chelsea Inn, New York City (USA). Curated by Michèle Boss, Thierry Alet, Raul Zamudio. Autori-tratti-italiani, (1999) Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice. Curated by Antonio Arevalo and Aurora Fonda.
In April 2002 he produced a video/photography reportage on Iraq for the Musei Civici Archeologici of Trent and Rovereto. In the same year he won first prize in the Biennale Giovani Artisti Modenesi. He works can be found both in important public and private collections.