Efisio Carbone graduated at the University of Cagliari in Modern Literature with an artistic orientation; he got a Master Degree in History of Contemporary Art in the same university with a thesis on contemporary artistic heritage owned by the Sardinia Region. He subsequently attended two masters, one promoted by MIBACT as part of the LC3 project in “Expert in Cultural Content on the Net”, and the other in Museology, Museography and Management of Cultural Heritage at the Catholic University of Milan with a thesis on heritage enhancement of the Lombardy Region. He has collaborated with the Superintendence for Architectural, Landscape, Historical, Artistic and Ethno-anthropological Heritage for the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano and with the Sardinia Region in the field of cataloging and enhancement projects. He completed a two-year research grant at the University of Cagliari, chair of the History of Contemporary Art, with Prof. Maria Luisa Frongia. Behind him there is a long curatorial career that began with the Man Ray Cultural Center of Cagliari. He has curated numerous solo and group exhibitions, in particular in Cagliari, where he dedicated himself to the enhancement of the Off spaces dedicated to culture: he collaborates continuously with the Macca Gallery, the Spazio (In)visible, Spazio e Movimento, dedicated to the artistic production of women, the Bartoli – Felter Foundation and the Camù Consortium. He is currently an art historian of the Civic Museums of Cagliari and he teaches Phenomenology of Contemporary Arts at the IED in Cagliari. Since January 2018 he has been Director of the MACC Museum in Calasetta (SU).