'After Federico Garcia Lorca'
MAY 2018 - SEPTEMBER 2018
The Italian painter Francesco Clemente presents a new body of paintings inspired by Federico García Lorca’s seminal collection of poems “Poet in New York” – and especially by the poem “El Rey De Harlem” or “The King of Harlem” – written by the Spanish author while living in New York in 1929-1930.  
Winter Women, Summer Self
MAY 2011 - SEPTEMBER 2011
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
The exhibition presents six new large paintings, portraits of women called Winter Women and five self-portraits, Summer Self, by Francesco Clemente in both the gallery spaces.
Self-Portrait Watercolours and Pantheon
MAY 2006 - AUGUST 2006
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
In Francesco Clemente’s installation, thirty-two jewel-like watercoloured self-portraits face a dramatic new painting called Pantheon, the largest single canvas the artist has ever made.

Works 1978 - 2018, The Brant Foundation, Greenwich CT
NOVEMBER 2018 - MARCH 2019
The Brant Foundation Art Study Center presents “Francesco Clemente: Works 1978–2018”, a survey of works by the Italian artist. The exhibition brings together a concise but comprehensive selection spanning 40 years of the artist’s work including self-portraits and portraits, works on paper, frescoes, monumental oil and watercolour paintings, and one of the artist’s notable hand painted tents. 
12 November 2018 to March 2019
The Brant Foundation Art Study Center
941 North Street, Greenwich CT 06831 - New York