Graduated in 1988 from the University of Rome in Economics, until 1994 Tomaso worked in Paris for Solving Management Consultants and as a financial controller for Bata International.
After completing his studies in 1996 with an MBA at NY’s Columbia University, he worked in Milan for McKinsey & Co until, in 1999, he co-founded MondoMostre, the international leading art exhibition and cultural events organizer. He is fluent in English, French, Spanish, Italian, with good knowledge of German.
As chairman of MondoMostre, his competences include selecting and running international projects, managing institutional relationships and professional networks, building relationships with the key institutions of the arts and cultural heritage world.
Over the years, MondoMostre organized over 200 art exhibitions and cultural events worldwide, totaling more than 30 million visitors. As thought leaders at the forefront of cultural discourse, MondoMostre offers unique insight and a distinct perspective that is helping to shape the future of the cultural sector and champions the power of arts and culture to educate, inspire audiences globally, and support the development of local creative economies.