Carlo Caldara

Carlo Caldara was born in Milan in 1965. He lives and works in Vigevano. He graduated in medicine and at the same time attended the School of Nude at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. His art has an existential approach to the identity of man in the world. He has an eclectic attitude towards art, with cycles of various works. He combines painting with photography and creates works and installations with various materials such as coal, stones, letters and LED lights.

His solo exhibitions in recent years include:
"Gli Immortali" at the Palazzo del Senato, Archivio di Stato in Milan (2013)
"Living your dream" at the Triennale di Milano (2016)
"True Story" exhibited at the Complesso del Vittoriano in Rome and at the Guatemala Pavilion at the 57. Venice Art Biennale (2017)
"Lose your mind" at Palazzo Flangini, Venice (2017)

In 2018 with his wife Arch. Federica Kluzer, he presented at the Guatemala Pavilion of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale the work "Virtual Architecture - Real World".

The artist in 2019 was invited to exhibit at the 58th International Art Exhibition - Venice Biennale at the Grenada Pavilion, where he exhibited a large globe entitled "MEMORY WAYS".