Giancarlo Limoni was born in Rome in 1947, where he lives and works. In 1975 he opened his first personal exhibition at the "Galleria della Trinità" in Rome. In 1977 he was among the winners of the Termoli award. Collective and personal exhibitions would then follow. In 1983-84 he worked for a short period in the Pastificio Cerere where Fabio Sargentini saw his work and invited him to the Extemporanea exhibition, which inaugurated their long association. Since 1984, he has exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions at Fabio Sargentini's L'Attico Gallery. He also participates in some of the most important collective of those years: New Textures of the Art in Genazzano; 80s in Bologna; The new Roman school in Graz; Thirty years of the Attico in Spoleto; Capodopera in Fiesole; Post-Abstraction in Milan; A musée en voyage: the Collection de la Neue Galerie de Graz 1960-90 at the MAC Musée d'Art Contemporain de Lyon; 1960-'90 Thirty years of Roman avant-garde at the Palazzo dei Congressi, EUR, Rome; and Collection of Contemporary Design. New acquisitions include the Galleria Civica di Modena; Contemporary art; Work in Progress, Municipal Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rome. Since 2000, he started a close relationship of cultural and professional collaboration with Francesco Moschini, which leads to some exhibitions specifically designed for A.A.M. Architecture Modern Art of Rome. This dedicates an important monograph in 2013 (Gangemi Editore). Among the group shows we mention: Double, triple, quadruple; D'ailleurs, c'est toujours les autres qui meurent; Abstract fakes; As far as the eye can see, at the L'Attico Gallery. In 2013, he was invited to talk about his work in the review "Critical Tuesdays" at the Chiostro del Bramante in Rome. Among the latest exhibitions, the personal exhibition ARATRO, Laboratory Museum of the University of Molise (2014) and the Biblioteca Isontina of Gorizia (2015) and the group exhibitions Tuesday critical in the exhibition, Temple University-Rome (2015); 48. Premio Vasto (2015); There are those who paint (2015) and Civil Unions (2016) in L'Attico.