2021 Villa Borletti Origgio LIMEN a collective exhibit curated by Angela Madesani.
2020 Torre Viscontea Musei Civici Lecco Nudo e Figura a collective exhibit curated by Simona Bartolena.
2019 Bergamo Bernareggi Museum ex orotory san Lupo personal exhibit Kura halos and Porta S.Alessandro Bergamo alta Germina curated by Giuliano Zanchi and Giovanni Berera.
2018 Parma collective exhibit PARMA 360 crociera ospedale vecchio curate by Chiara Canali and Camilla Dimeo.
Archeological museum Paolo Giovio Como personal exhibit Archè presentation by Isabella Nobile.
Cappuccine Museum and San Francesco Monastery Bagnacavallo personal exhibit Tempo curated by di Diego Galizzi.
The Spazzio Ratti, ex chiesa di San Francesco, Como hosts his personal exhibition Germina curated by Davide Caroli.
Archaeological Museum Paolo Giovio , Thirteenth Contemporary Day by AMACI, StreetScape6 Como 2017, curated by Ivan Quaroni and Chiara Canali.
In 2017 he took part with Nuova Galleria Morone to Sequela, a collective exhibit curated by Leonardo Regano, within ArteFiera and BolognaArtCity circuitatex chiesa di San Mattia Polo Museale dell’Emilia Romagna.
In 2016 he took part at the collective exhibition Cities they are a-changing curated by Marco Biraghi and Daniele Decia at Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan.
Earlier in 2015 he took part to a collective exhibit curated by Davide Sarchioni at the historical olive oil mill of Capalbio.
Vessel is the title of the personal exhibition also curated by D. Caroli (project room) at Nuova Galleria Morone.
From November 2014 to January 2015, MAR museum of Ravenna dedicated to Francesco a personal exhibition curated by Davide Caroli.
Memento was the title of the sculpture chosen by Angela Madesani for the collective exhibition Una Solitudine Troppo Rumorosa at Nuova Galleria Morone.
The year 2014 started with the collective exhibition Materie curated by Simona Bartolena at MUST museum in Vimercate and at Palazzo G.Silva.
Earlier the same year, he took part at the biennial exhibition Italia-Cina for the second time. The exhibition was staged at 798 Art District of Beijing and it was curated by Sandro Orlandi.
At Villa Confalonieri in Merate was also kept the exhibition Tracce di Contemporaneo, artworks of the Bugatti collection, curated by Simona Bartolena.
In 2012 the sculpture Noluntas was selected for the biennial exhibit Italia-Cina curated by Ivan Quaroni and Wang Chuchen at Villa Reale of Monza.
In 2011 he took part to the 54th edition of Biennale di Venezia curated by Vittorio Sgarbi.
In the same year he created the piece Ultima Cena for the foundation Casa Testori for the exhibition Giorni Felici 2011 curated by Giovanni Frangi.
In 2010 the sculptures of the series Il Senso dell’Assenza played the leading role in his personal exhibition Cocoon curated by Alberto Mattia Martini at Fabbrica Eos.
In the same year another solo exhibition entitled Lamiere al Vento was organised at Contemporaneamente art Gallery in Parma and Famiglia Margini selected two sculptures for the exhibition Terzo Rinascimento at Palazzo Ducale in Urbino and at Castello Normanno of Acicastello.
His first solo exhibition entitled Fresco di Fabbrica and curated by Giancarlo Pedrazzini came along in 2008 at Fabbrica Eos.
In 2003 he took part at the exhibition Volare curated by Director G. Mariani at Palazzo Reale- Sala delle Cariatidi (Milan) where he was awarded the 2nd prize for his sculpture Icarus.
His first significant exhibition was Salon I 1999 at Palazzo della Permanente, Milan.
Francesco Diluca, born in Milan in 1979, studied Sculpture and Painting at Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera where he graduated with honour in 2004.
He lives and works in Milan.