Active since 2008, artist duo Delta N.A. have worked with many international galleries and exhibited work around the world.
Their works have been shown in the US at the Soho Gallery Beverly Hills in collaboration with the Institute of Italian Culture and CATM New York Agency, and in Italy at Die Mauer Art Gallery, also receiving the Quality and Originality Award at the 5th Biennale of Genoa. In 2014 they were invited by the Art Magazine, Irreversible Art, to represent Italy with a sculpture during “Giants in The City” exhibition in Bayfront Park, Miami, USA.
In 2015, the French gallery Beddington Fine Art in collaboration with CATM New York Agency dedicated a solo show to Delta N.A. presenting the Harmonies series and their new sculpture, “Rivelazioni".
The exhibition ‘A journey with heart’ was exhibited in many art galleries and museums in Italy and abroad, including solo shows at the Institute of Italian Culture in Jakarta, Indonesia, and across Italy at: Die Mauer Contemporary, Baccaro Art Gallery and Palazzo Ottolenghi - Museum of Risorgimento.
In addition to exhibitions, Delta N.A. created "Pope Francis Vineyad", an ink on paper which was selected to be the label for "Laudato" the wine born from Pope Francis vineyards in Italy. The original artwork was donated and is permanently exhibited in Portacomaro, the village of Pope Francis' family .
New artworks have been shown in a solo exhibition titled "Under the light of Destiny" in Asti, Ex Jesus Church, Paleontologic Museum. The exhibition, curated by Liconi Arte and in collaboration with MM18 Art Association, Ars Magistris Art Magazine, has received the patronage of the Piedmonte Region, Asti Province and the City of Asti. Moreover, the sculpture Under the light of Destiny included in the show was exhibited in the public art exhibition “La Porta Nuova” at Teatro Paesana, Torino, curated by international curator Ermanno Tedeschi. In the same year Outskirt Art Gallery, Los Angeles, California, started representing Delta N.A.’s art in film and TV production.
In 2019 the duo won the International Artistic Certamen on the Western Cathedrals, an international competition promoted by the Italian art magazine Ok Arte Milano and the art critic Melinda Miceli; after this award the Italian Encyclopedia of Art featured Delta N.A. in the section artists from 900 to today.