Deodato Arte

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Marco Lodola x Fondazione Veronesi



A special event to support outstanding scientific research

on women’s cancers.

Fondazione Umberto Veronesi has received as a gift some beautiful installations, used to decorate the windows of some prestigious stores around the world, created by artist Marco Lodola. Marco Lodola, with the valuable collaboration of Galleria Deodato Arte, decided to authenticate these works for a noble cause: to support Fondazione Umberto Veronesi’s Pink is good project in favor of scientific research against women’s cancers.

On Tuesday, March 15, 2022, Marco Lodola’s beautiful luminous female figures were exhibited in Milan at Deodato Arte’s headquarters on Via Nerino 2. The event resulted in a donation of more than 40,000 euros.

“I am extremely happy and proud that the journey of my sculptures ends with Fondazione Umberto Veronesi, for a concrete help to scientific research” – said Marco Lodola.

“Every year in Italy, more than 55,000 women fall ill with breast cancer, 10,700 with uterine cancer and 5,200 with ovarian cancer. The results of scientific research to date are encouraging and show how early diagnosis and new therapies can save the lives of many women. This is why supporting excellent research and promoting awareness campaigns is still necessary and vital today,” – said Professor Paolo Veronesi, President of Fondazione Umberto Veronesi and Director of IEO Division of Surgical Senology.


Founded in 2003 at the behest of Prof. Umberto Veronesi to promote scientific progress, concentrating its work in two areas: funding scientific research of excellence, the engine of scientific progress, and science popularization, so that the discoveries of science become the heritage of all.During these years, Fondazione has created the foundations for a new model of science development, introducing a criterion unprecedented in our country: investing in scientific culture to create a new generation of scientists and citizens who are aware of the progress of research. For Fondazione Umberto Veronesi, scientific culture means social use of the goals and results of science.