“It seems therefore difficult to close a character as Seneca in the short path between Fano and Perugia and, even admitting some meetings in Rome, where the academic tradition dominated the official painting, but where the futurist experience around Giacomo Balla was very lively too, we will not be able to understand the reality of his research but considering other steps, other experiences of a complex itinerary and of a well-structured journey in the European culture”.
Arturo Carlo Quintavalle, in “Catalogue of the Exhibition FEDERICO SENECA”, Fano, 1998
Federico Seneca – anthological exhibition, by Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio of Fano, Fano, Church of Santa Maria del Suffragio, 1998
Exhibition about Federico Seneca, Milan, Galleria Arte e altro, via Pisoni, May 1986
Exhibition about Federico Seneca, Milan, Studio A, via Nirone, 1982
Exhibition by Federico Seneca, Milan, Galleria Cairola, via Spiga, 1951 (when he started his activity again after the industrial period)