Nicola Dinoia was born in Matera (Italy) in 1972.

He is currently living and working in Antwerp and Irsina (Italy).

In 1996 he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna (Italy) .

In 2001 he obtained the title of European Master of Fine Arts at the Winchester School of Fine Arts at the University of Southampton (England).

He graduated as a teacher of art at the Academy Fine Art of Bologna in 2008.

He gives fresco workshops as well as landscape painting courses in Italy and Belgium.

He works also as a stage designer for different theatres in Belgium.


Group exhibitions

2014 ''1 and 1/2 floor'', Antwerp, Belgium

2013 Collage recicylage, Verbeke Foundaution, Belgium

2012 "Truc Troc", Bozar, Brussel, Belgium    

2009 ''Premio Enzo Biagi'', Bologna, Italy

2008 "30x30" Piscina comunale, Milano, Italy

2007 "13" Indian Caps, Antwerp, Belgium

2005 "Homogenous Creed", modification Project, Factor44, Antwerp, Belgium

2003 Gallery 18, Hasselt, Belgium

2001 “Zumo”, Centro Can Felipa, Barcelona, Spain

2000 "BAC", Galleria Panorama, Barcelona, Spain

1998 "Arte Camera", Matera, Italy

1997 Premio Giorgio Morandi, Museo Morandi, Bologna, Italy

1995 “Orme” Sala Silentium, Bologna, Italy

1994 "Arte Viva", Senigallia, Italy

1994 "Biennal Siab", international Art Gallery, Skopje, Macedonia


Solo exhibitions:

2016  "Kunst/Werk _2"  Gallerie Schoots +Van Duyse / Plein publiek, Antwerpen, Belgium

2015  ''Collages'' Baravin, Antwerpen, Belgium / ''Some Paintings'' Studio Rita Martens, Antwerpen, Belgium

2014 ''Avonland'' Salon 2060, Antwerp, Belgium

2011 "Cyclus", Museo Janora, Irsina, Italy

2010 “Humus", La Situation, Antwerp, Belgium

2007 “Stay behind”, La Situation, Antwerp, Belgium

2002 ”Mixed Diary”, La Situation, Antwerp; Belgium

2001 “Indice”, gallery Panorama, Barcelona, Spain

2001 ”Non più profondo di un dito”, Bob Verhelst, Antwerp, Belgium

1997 "Polvere", galleria Graffio, Bologna, Italy



Nicola Dinoia's work was published in the following catalogues: cat. Senigallia Arte Viva,Premio Morandi, cat. Biennal Siab, Premio Enzo Biagi, Arte camera, en in the belgian newspaper De Standaard: