Francesco Carelli, MD, MSc, Professor of Clinical Medicine and Elective Courses Family Medicine, University in Milan and in Roma, EURACT Director of Communications, Italy
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.
By Francesco Carelli - MSc
Paul Nash's works are on exhibition at Tate Britain. 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.
Francesco Carelli - University Milano
Tate Modern stages the most comprehensive Modigliani exhibition ever held in the UK, bringing together a dazzling range of his iconic portraits, sculptures and the largest ever group of nudes to be shown in UK.
Francesco Carelli, University of Milan, Rome, Bari
Francesco Carelli, University Milan