Tate Modern Talk

Modigliani: A Portrait

Modigliani, ​Self-Portrait 1919

​Gain deeper insight into the work and short life of artist Amedeo Modigliani

Discover the person behind the emotionally intense paintings and sculptures in this unique talk with exhibition co-curator Simonetta Fraquelli. This hour long talk is an opportunity to hear more about Modigliani’s work, with particular focus on the time he spent in the south of France. The talk is followed by a private view of the exhibition which is open until 21.30.

Simonetta Fraquelli

Simonetta Fraquelli


Simonetta Fraquelli is an independent curator specialising in early 20th century art. She worked for over twenty years at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, before becoming a freelance curator in 2006. Her most recent exhibitions include Chagall, Modern Master (Kunsthaus Zürich and Tate Liverpool, 2013), Miró, Wall, Frieze, Mural (Kunsthaus Zürich and Schirn, Frankfurt, 2015 -16), Picasso and The Great War (Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia and Museum of Art, Columbus Ohio, 2016) and Modigliani (Tate, 2017-18), which she co-curated with Dr Nancy Ireson.

This event has been provided by Tate Gallery on behalf of Tate Enterprises LTD.

Tate Modern

Starr Cinema

London SE1 9TG
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Date & Time

14 March 2018 at 18.30–20.00