Liliana Moro was born in 1961 in Milan where she lives and works.
After her first one-woman show in 1990 which took place at the Spazio in via Lazzaro Palazzi, she participated in the exhibition Una Scena Emergente, curated by Amnon Barzel and Elio Grazioli, at the Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea in Prato in 1991.
Her works from this period show evidence of the creation of a wholly personal expression rather than an objective vision of the world; her works neither claim to dismantle or analyze reality, instead they circumscribe and reframe it.
In 1992 she was invited by Jan Hoet to Documenta IX, Kassel and in 1993 to the XLV Biennale of Venice, curated by Achille Bonito Oliva, in the Open section; in 1994 at the Soggetto exhibition curated by Francesca Pasini and Giorgio Verzotti at the Castello di Rivoli..
Recently, Liliana Moro has had important solo shows at the Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Los Angeles, Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan (2008) and her fifth at the Galleria Emi Fontana in Milan (2009). She has participated in important group shows such as Italics, curated by Francesco Bonami, Palazzo Grassi in Venice; (2008) Focus on Contemporary Italian Art – New acquisition – MAMbo Museo d’arte moderna, Bologna (2008) Venezia Salva, Magazzini del Sale, Venezia mostra collaterale of the 53rd Biennale of Venice; Celebretional Institutional Critique, Galleria Civica in Trento (2009).