Maurizio Casari was born in Bergamo, lives and works in Verona.
He completed his studies in Verona and Venice, where he graduated in Architecture (pupil of Carlo Scarpa).
He began to show his work in 1963.
In 1965 and 1967 he participated in the "International Bronzetto of Padua." In 1968 participates in the "San Fedele Prize" in Milan, where he opened his first solo exhibition.
In the 70s participates in many critical reviews in collective and produced many solo exhibitions in various cities of Italy, such as Florence, Genoa, Padua, Rome and Turin.
In 1981 he exhibited at the VI Biennial of Contemporary Art in Padua.
In 1983 a solo exhibition at the Palazzo della Gran Guardia in Verona, as part of the Gallery of Modern Art in Verona.
In 1983 he exhibited at the CREART - International Centre for Visual Arts in Udine.
In 1984 he participated in the exhibition "Contemporary Idioms of the sculpture" in Sommacampagna (Verona).
In 1987 he was present at the exhibition "Verona: Stay sculpture" with a group of works in marble. In the same year he created a large sculpture for the lobby of the Hotel Montresor in Verona.
In 1988 a solo exhibition at the Gallery Lo Spazio of Verona.
From the '90s to the present continues to show his work in several group exhibitions in Verona.
In 2002 he participated in the exhibition "Sculptors in Verona" at the Gallery of Modern Art, Palazzo Forti in Verona.
In 2004 and in 2006 was present at two important exhibitions on the art of Verona organized by Project Aurora (Aurora Printing and Graphics).
In 2013 he will make a solo exibition of new drawings and paintings at gallery "Incorniciarte" in Verona.