Max Callari Photography
Born in Rome (1971) is grew up from a very early age in the world of art thanks to his father's pictorial activity during years '70-'80 and knows international painters including Domenico Purificato, Aldo Riso, Ilia Peikov, Ibrahim Kodra. In 1977, at the age of six, during a summer vacation in Paris, he began to feel attracted by the world of photography and began to take his first photos "for fun" with his inseparable Instamatic 133 Kodak camera.
He trained at artistic high school and at Academy of Fine Arts in Rome under teachments of important masters and historians as Roberto Bossaglia, Fabio Vergoz, Giorgio Scalco, Edolo Masci, Roberto Almagno, Maurizio Marini. Later to professional experiences gained in the fields of interior design at Bauhaus architecture studio and contemporary art, starting from analog photography he decides after to approach digital photography. He use Pentax, Nikon, Canon, Sony professional cameras, Nikkor, Zeiss lenses. Collaborations with authors and publishers; personal exhibitions of Photography at institutional spaces in Rome, Neptune, Luino; collectives of photography and contemporary art in Venice, Naples, Treviso.
His work is characterized by an essential observation of reality, a continuous introspective research in a constant disagreement with homologation of one's own style.
About his work wrote Carlo Savini, Art historian, President of UECAL (Academy of European Union of Art Critics and Letters) of Brussels, in artistic field have founded and directed (2008-2010) art gallery Art's Moment, a innovative exhibition space located in Rome.
Max Callari is currently ordinary member at Officine Fotografiche.
Lives and work in Rome.
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