Massimo Biagi

Massimo Biagi Miradario was born in Marliana (PT) in 1949.
He completed artistic studies in Pistoia and Florence.
From the 70s he began to work experimenting with various techniques.
In 1978 he gained body-art experience, came into contact with the Nobel Samuel
Beckett, Michelucci, Giuliano Gori and the futurists Primo Conti and Tullio
Crali, signs the manifesto of total dissent for the Venice biennale and
participates in international exhibitions of Mail Art in museums of Germany,
France, Spain and others.
He exhibits at MOMA in New York, at the Maeght Gallery in Paris, at the Guggenheim museum in Venice, at the Palazzo Fabroni in Pistoia, at the Mac'n of Monsummano Terme, at the Moca of Montecatini Terme, at the Pecci Contemporary Art Center and at the Gallery Die Mauer of Prato, Vannucci Gallery of Pistoia and participates in the exhibition "A century of art in Pistoia" at the Fabroni museum.
In 2015 he published "Miradario va"
With the Carlo Palli archive he was present at the 900 museum in Florence, at the GAMC museum in Viareggio, at the MART museum in Rovereto, at the L. Pecci center in Prato, at the villa Caruso in Lastra a Signa, in the Dolcè area of ​​Bosco dei Poets, in the A.Moretti area of ​​Carmignano, at the GAMEC of La Spezia, at the Ragghianti Foundation of Lucca, at the Santa Rita Foundation of Prato, at the Datini palace of Prato, at the academy of arts and design in Florence, at the Art Hotel Pecci di Prato, at the Art Hotel Milano, at the San Niccolò Prato foundation, in Pavia in three different institutions on the theme of Leonardo's Mona Lisa curated by Valerio Dehò.
In 2017 he carried out the work for the Gori Collection

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