Angelo Mosca was born in Chieti in 1961. He lives and works in Ortona, London and Milan. He got his degree in Communication and Sociology He began to exhibit in the nineties. In 2009 he founded Gallery / Gallery in Ortona, a critical nonprofit space, crossroads of artists, thinkers and poets. In 2013 he starts the collective experience
"The artist in the system and his time" at Castel di Ieri, near L'Aquila.
His solo exhibitions include:
“ Me e Pirandello “ Galleria Six Milan, 2017
"Genesis of a Painting", at Yellow, an artist-run space, Varese, 2017;
Lorenzo Vatalaro Gallery, Milan, 2014; Spazio Cabinet, Milan, 2011 (with Gianni Caravaggio and Michele Tocca); MARS, Milan, 2010; Annarumma 404, Naples, 2003 and 2007; Wendy Cooper Gallery, Chicago, 2006; Federico Luger Gallery, Milan, 2005; Modern Culture, New York, 2004; Jan Wagner Gallery, Berlin; Galleria Guido Carbone, Turin, 1996.
In 2007, on the occasion of the third edition of the Prague Biennale, he was appointed curator of the "Italian Painting" pavilion, created by Mosca himself. In 2015, with Michele Tocca, he was the curator of the exhibition at the Casino dei Principi of Villa Torlonia, Rome, and of the book titled "Italian Painting ... and other minor stories" which was subsequently presented at the Milan Triennale.