Francesco Carelli, MD, MSc, Professor of Clinical Medicine and Elective Courses Family Medicine, University in Milan and in Roma, EURACT Director of Communications, Italy
ELECTIVE AFFINITIES FROM KLIMT TO SCHIELE - With an Idea about Death - By Francesco Carelli From Wien, Leopold Museum
By Francesco Carelli, University of Milan - Tate Modern presents the UK’s first ever retrospective of the Russian avant-garde artist Natalia Goncharova. This exhibition is a sweeping survey of a pioneering and radical figure, celebrated during her lifetime as a leading modernist artist. Throughout her varied career she challenged the limits of artistic, social and gender conventions, from parading through the streets of Moscow displaying futurist body art and scandalising newspapers of the day, to creating internationally acclaimed designs for fashion and the theatre.
Francesco Carelli, University Milan - The National Gallery of the Marche in Urbino opens its doors to young and old for a trip back in time with the exhibition 's play! Games and toys from the Renaissance to the Baroque .
By Francesco Carelli MD MSc - Paul Nash's works are on exhibition at Tate Britain ( October 2016 - March 2017 ) . Being one of the most important artists with evocative landscapes, he is best known as an official war artist, not to say that he was a pioneer of modernism, promoting the avant-garde European styles of Abstraction and Surrealism.
By Francesco Carelli, University Milan - The Leopold Museum’s exhibition Oskar Kokoschka. Expressionist, Migrant, European is the first comprehensive Kokoschka retrospective in Vienna in around 30 years.
By Prof. Francesco Carelli - University of Milan
Van Gogh and Britain is the first exhibition of the artist’s work at Tate in over 70 years, when a blockbuster show in 1947 attracted record-breaking crowds. Dubbed by the press as ‘the miracle on Millbank’, Tate’s Van Gogh exhibition was a phenomenon in London and went on to tour to Birmingham and Glasgow. Over 150,000 visitors came to see the exhibition over the course of five weeks including the Queen.