Enzo Cannaviello

The Enzo Cannaviello Gallery deals with the evolution of contemporary art since 1968. Starting in Rome in 1971, Enzo exhibited several groups of Narrative Art, Hyperrealism exhibitions, Fluxus.
In 1977 he moved to Milan, where he mainly deals with the Neo-Expressionism of the German-speaking countries.
He was for three terms President of the National Association of Modern and Contemporary Art Galleries. Between the end of the 80s and the beginning of the 90s he dedicated himself to Viennese Azionism and to the Austrian Neo-Expressionism, as well as to the Italian artists of the New Roman School. In the 90s he mainly dealt with figurative painting that defines Neoiconica. In 2000 the Studio d’Arte Cannaviello moved to its current headquarters in via Stoppani 15 in Milan. According to its tradition, the Gallery deals with young artists who are characterized by a pictorial heterogeneity. Since 2012 he has introduced the concept of franchising in art by creating a network of associated galleries:

Rome,
Turin,
Cremona,
Linz (A),
Almaty (KZ).