Massimo De Carlo gallery was founded in 1987. It shortly stands out on the artistic scene for some courageous and counter-current choices: giving importance to artists not so known in Italy at that time, such as John Armleder, Olivier Mosset, Steven Parrino and Carsten Höller, it was for sure a bid. In the following few years Massimo De Carlo gallery program included young and prominent artists such as Alighiero Boetti, Cady Noland, Rudolf Stingel, and Felix Gonzalez-Torres.
For over 20 years Massimo De Carlo played a fundamental role in introducing Italian artists to European and American audiences as well as bringing the most interesting voices of American art to the Italian scene promoting the establishment of a vital dialogue between the artists and National and International institutions, promting also relationships between galleries, critics, curators and collectors. Massimo De Carlo works with versatile artists, nationally and internationally successfull, who work with a variety of media in an extraordinary combination of painting, drawing, installation, sculpture, photography, performance, and video.
In the years, the gallery’s artists such as cui Maurizio Cattelan, Rudolf Stingel, Piotr Ukla?ski, Diego Perrone, Paola Pivi and Yan Pei-Ming, have all gained International recognition, have been shown in galleries, museums and biennials in Europe and in the United States and have gained an oustanding place into important public and private collections.