Mimmo Catania

Mimmo Catania studied Painting at Accademia di Belle Arti, Urbino (1980-84). He has been the recipient of various awards including a grant from the Berlin Senate for New York (1995) and for Israel (1996) as well as the Katalogförderung (2012); a residency at the Casa di Goethe, Rome, supported by the Daimler-Chrysler Foundation (1998); Pollock-Krasner-Foundation, New York ( 2005 and 2016), Joan-Mitchell Foundation for Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe. In 2008 he had been working for one month in Beijing.
His work has been exhibited extensively in Europe, North America and Asia. 

His major exhibitions in museums and art centers include: Galleria Comunale Arte Moderna, Bologna (1982); Museum Waterland, Purmerend (1985); Kunst-Werke, Berlin (1992); Artists’ Museum, Lodz (1993); Brüder Grimm Museum, Kassel (1993); Center for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw (1994); GAK, Bremen (1997); Casa di Goethe Museum, Rome (1999); Sharjah Arts Museum, Sharjah (2000); 49. Biennale di Venezia, Venice (2001 and 2013); Exit Art, New York (2002); Pinacoteca di Bari, Bari (2003); Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka (2003); RSUH Museum Center, Moscow (2006); Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe (2007); Zendai Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai (2008); The Pickled Art Centre, Beijing (2008); Tallina Kunstihoone, Tallinn (2009); Stadtgalerie Mannheim, Mannheim (2012); Torrance Art Museum, Torrance (2015); Visual Arts Centre –McClurGallery,Montreal (2015); Galleria Civica d’Arte Contemporanea Montevergini, Siracusa (2016); Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery at John Jay College, New York (2016); Artloft, Berlin (2017); Window Corner Gallery, Auckland (2018); Felbach Kunsthalle, Felbach (2018); Yvon Lambert Gallery Paris (2018); Alptraum, La Estacion Gallery, Chihuahua (2019); AC Institute, New York 2019); Wälderhaus, Hamburg (2020); Torrance Art Museum (2020), Kunsthalle Feldbach, Feldbach (2021); Galerie aKonzept, Berlin (2021); Grisebach, Berlin (2022); Artloft, Berlin (2023); The Fourth Wall Art Space, Berlin.