Francesco Maluta (1983, Lovere) lives and works in Milan.
Since 2013 he is co–founder of the artists collective Fondazione Malutta. After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, Painting department, Maluta has exhibited his work in solo shows at Casa Capra, Schio (Cacciatori di mute, curated by Saverio Bonato, 2019), at Battaglia Artistic Foundry, Milan (Bernoccolo, 2018), at TRA Treviso Ricerca Arte, Treviso (Totoaba, curated by Rossella Farinotti, 2018) and at the Botanical Garden, Siena (Tiepida Simbiosi, curated by Michela Eremita, 2018).
He has exhibited his work in several group exhibitions at Museo d’Arte Moderna Ugo Carà, Muggia (I baffi alla Gioconda 1996 – 2019, 2019), Museo Santa Maria della Scala, Siena (Il Gemello Cattivo, 2018); Monitor Gallery, Rome (Torre Maluttona – Mercato Babelico, 2018); Zoology Collection, Comerio (Animalis, 2017); Tulla Culture Center, Tirana (Passengers That Come And Go, 2017); Dimora Artica, Milan (Carrus Navalis, 2016); Caffè Internazionale, Palermo (Kunsthalle Palermo oppure Gran Fiera d'Ammennicoli pseudo–crisoelefantini, 2016); Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation, Venice (99ma Collettiva Giovani Artisti, 2015).
In 2017 Maluta is finalist of the Francesco Fabbri Foundation Award and winner of the TRA Treviso Ricerca Arte Award; in 2018 he is finalist for the Combat Prize and in 2019 he is among the three winners of the YICCA International Contest of Contemporary Art. He was resident artist at Grand Tour en Italie, San Gimignano (2019); VIR Viafarini–in–residence, Milan (2017); MadeinFilanda, Pieve a Presciano (2015); Penthouse Art Space Residency, Brussels (2015).