Studio d'Arte Cannaviello
Enzo Cannaviello has begun his activity in 1968, in Caserta, where he organised the first Mimmo Paladino’s solo show. Since the beginning the gallery has dealt with the evolution of contemporary art. Moving to Rome in 1971, he organised collective exhibitions of Narrative Art, Hyperrealism, Fluxus. Between 1972 and 1976 he hosts three performances by Fabio Mauri, and also the leaders of Minimalism, Body Art, Conceptual Art and Narrative Art. In 1977 he moved to Milan, where he mainly dealt with the Neo-Expressionism of the German-speaking countries. He was a President of the National Association of Modern and Contemporary Art Galleries (ANGAMC) for three times. In 2000 the Studio d’Arte Cannaviello moved to the headquarters in Via Stoppani 15 in Milan, opened with a performance by Hermann Nitsch. According to its tradition, the Gallery dealt with young artists who are characterised by pictorial heterogeneity. Since 2012 he has introduced the concept of franchising in the art by creating a network of associated galleries: Rome, Turin, Cremona, Vicenza, Linz, Almaty. In 2016 the Gallery changes location again and moves to the central district in Piazzetta Bossi 4 pursuing the goal of discovering young talents within the contemporary painting scene.