Max Callari is italian photographer born in 1971.
Grew up in the world of visual arts thanks to his father's pictorial activity during years 70 and 80 has known international authors including Ilia Peikov, Ibrahim Kodra, Eric Hebborn. 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, Roberto Almagno, Giorgio Scalco, Luigi Paolo Finizio, Roberto Alemanno. Successively to professional experiences gained in interior design and in cinema, starting from analog photography he decides after to approach digital photography. Use Pentax, Nikon, Canon, Sony professional cameras, Nikkor and Zeiss camera lenses. Realizations of photographic projects, collaborations with authors and publishers, personal exhibitions of photography in institutional spaces in Rome and Nettuno, collective exhibitions of photography and contemporary art in Venice, Naples, Rome, Treviso, Luino, Genoa and others. His philosophy is characterized by an essential observation of reality, a continuous introspective research in a constant disagreement with homologation of one's own style; his way of photographing aims at telling without necessarily make spectacular. He finds his maximum expression in monochrome, his black/white has been defined "rich in colors". About his work wrote Carlo Savini, Art historian, President of Academy of European Union of Art Critics and Letters of Brussels, London, Madrid, Paris, Berlin, Rome.
In 2008 Max Callari founded and directed up to 2010 Art's Moment an innovative exhibition space located in Rome where he organized exhibitions for emerging and established authors. Max Callari was a member of Officine Fotografiche.