Galleria Tiziana Di Caro is a contemporary art gallery based in Naples, Italy.

Founded by Tiziana Di Caro, the gallery opened in 2008 in Salerno, at one end of the Amalfitan Coast, in the spaces that was the theater of a 17th century patrician palace
Since the beginning the aim has been to promote international artists of the latest generations, with specific attention to experimentation and research, encouraging stable and solid artistic practices, with a focus on artists who work across the new media.

In March 2015 the gallery relocated to Napoli at the first floor of Palazzo De Sangro di Vietri, a palace built in the XVI century in Piazzetta del Nilo (Historical Centre).
In addition of implementing the group of artists of the latest generation including Maria Adele del Vecchio, Shadi Harouni, Oscar Santillan, Lina Selander, Giovanni Giaretta, Antonio Della Guardia, Luca Gioacchino Di Bernardo, Teresa Gargiulo, the gallery started to work also with artists of a previous generation, who, over the years have been underestimated: Tomaso Binga, Betty Danon, Simona Weller. The gallery works in direct contact with artists or their estates, collaborating in establishing their archives and promoting the work through a regular program in the space in Palazzo De Sangro di Vietri, but also by supporting exhibitions in institutional spaces both in Italy and abroad.

Tiziana Di Caro is the gallery's founder and owner. After a Degree in Art History at La Sapienza University in Rome, she took an MA Master for Curator of Contemporary Art and Architecture.
Until 2008 she worked as curator for private contemporary art collections and she collaborated with the Italian Ministry of Heritage in an office specialized in the cataloguing of the cultural heritage.