Carlo Mo (1923-2004) was an Italian artist.
After his studies he took a long journey in Africa and when he returned, in 1953, he decided to choose sculture as his artistic form.
He first participated at the Triennale exibition in 1954, and in the following years he displayed his works in solo and colletive shows in Itlay and around the world.
He teached sculpture for 10 years in Milan’s Fine Art Academy.
He collaborated with Tecno over the years, designing the iconic “Chip” chair.