In 2010, the Italian Institute of Culture in Bogotá (Colombia) inaugurated 21 dibujos para una noche en Bogota and the Borges Museum in Buenos Aires hosted the exhibition Nocturno, curated by Alessandro Romanini and Maurizio Vanni, which then transferred to the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Juan and to the one in Rosario (Argentina). Teatro India in Rome presented Il disegno è in scena, and the Museum Lu.C.C.A. hosted the site-specific work, Le pareti di-segno, curated by Maurizio Vanni. In May, the Musée d’Art Moderne Saint’Etienne Métropole held an extensive retrospective of his work titled Dans mon tiroir à dessins, curated by Lóránd Hegyi. 2011 began in China with the exhibition Diario cinese at the Museum of Modern Art in the Italian district of Tianjin and at the Italian Cultural Institute in Beijing, curated by Manuela Lietti. At the Museum of Modern Art in Lagos (Nigeria) Galliani was included in Crosscurrents, Italy-Nigeria. The MOA (Museum of Art) at the National University of Seoul, a new venue designed by the famous architect Rem Koolhaas, invited him to exhibit his most recent large works. The event, titled Seoul’s Soul, was curated by Lóránd Hegyi and by the director of the Korean museum, Hyung Min Chung in collaboration with Lucio Izzo, director of the Italian Cultural Institute. Also in 2011, at the Ofok Gallery (National Gallery of Contemporary Art) in Cairo, Galliani exhibited a series of new works together with the artist Essam Marouf. The exhibition was curated by Marinù Paduano with catalogue texts by Lóránd Hegyi. In Milan, the Museo Poldi Pezzoli hosted the show Bellini, Botticelli, Pollaiuolo. Capolavori s/velati da Omar Galliani, curated by Lóránd Hegyi, Fiorella Minervino and Annalisa Zanni. Also, the Diocesan Museum in Padua exhibited Dal codice degli angeli, curated by Andrea Nante. The project The Other Side of Russia, curated by Mazzotta Art Selection, opened in Milan and was subsequently shown as part of the Italy-Russia year at Palazzo Barbarigo Minotto in Venice during the Biennale, and finally as a special event at the 4th Biennale of Contemporary Art in Moscow. In July 2011, the director of the Vatican Museums Antonio Paolucci purchased the large work on panel Dal codice degli angeli for the Vatican’s contemporary art collections. In 2012 the Accademia di Belle Arte in Carrara invited him to show D’après Canova. Omar Galliani, opere 1977-1980 at the Palazzo Binelli, curated by Lucilla Meloni. In the same year Nocturno was at the Museum of Modern Art in Montevideo, then at the Pablo Atchugarry Foundation, Punta del Este, and at Palacio de la Moneda Cultural Centre in Santiago, Chile. The show Omar Roma Amor was held at Rome’s Museo Bilotti, curated by Gabriele Simongini. In July, the artist inaugurated the 58th Puccini Festival at Torre del Lago with the installation Grande disegno italiano, and in September, The Male, the Female, the Sacred. Omar Galliani in Dialogue with the Drawing Tradition, curated by Manuela Lietti and Wang Huangsheng, opened in the new CAFA Art Museum in Beijing, designed by Arata Isozaki. At the Italian Cultural Institute in London, he exhibited Disegno Siamese, from the contemporary art collections of the Foreign Ministry in Rome. In November he inaugurated Centro di gravità permanente, a solo show at the MAGA in Gallarate, curated by Flavio Caroli. In May 2013, Face and Soul opened at the State Historical Museum in Moscow, a single large panel-installation featuring 48 Russian female faces, a project curated by the K35 Art Gallery. In the summer of 2013, Venice hosted The Dream of Eurasia. 987 Testimonials. The Italian Attitude at Palazzo Barbarigo Minotto (a collateral event of the 55th Biennale, organised by the Fondazione Mazzotta and curated by Leonardo Rotatori). Also in Venice, for the twelfth edition of Temporanea, Galliani presented Il sogno della Principessa Lyu Ji in the Chinese Room of the Cafe Florian. The catalogue was curated by Stefano Stipitivich and Andrea Formilli Fendi, and included an unpublished poem by Roberto Mussapi. In December, the K35 Art Gallery in Moscow presented a new series of works: Nuovi mantra per Mosca. In March 2014 he launched the exhibition “L’opera al nero. Omar Galliani/Black work. Omar Galliani” curated by Danilo Eccher at GAM, Turin. In July in Grizzana Morandi (at Casa Studio Giorgio Morandi, Fienili del Campiaro) he paid a tribute to the artist Giorgio Morandi with the exhibition “Galliani incontra Morandi/Galliani meets Morandi” curated by Eleonora Frattarolo, and in August he took part in the 50th edition of the Festival in Corciano (PG) with the exhibition “Omar Galliani. Peruginesca/Omar Galliani. Of Perugino“. In November he presented a new large work on board, ‘Berenice‘, at the CIAC Museum of Modern Art of Foligno, curated by Italo Tomassoni, in December ‘Nuovi Mantra/New Mantras’ at the Bel-Air Fine Art Gallery of Gstaad, Switzerland. On the occasion of the 2015 Art Fair he put for the first time on display the travel notebooks ‘Croquis de voyage‘ curated by Eleonora Frattarolo at the Academy of Fine Arts of Bologna. In May he was invited to join the group exhibition ‘Imago Mundi – Luciano Benetton Collection: Praestigium Italia‘ at the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation in Turin, curated by Luca Beatrice, and at the Tianjin International Design Week 2015 (22-27 May) with ‘Omar Galliani: Disegni tra tradizione e innovazione/Omar Galliani. Drawings in-between tradition and innovation‘. In May he launched two exhibitions on Lake Maggiore: on in Cannobio, ‘Omar Galliani. Sui tuoi passi/Omar Galliani. Following your steps‘, the other one of graphic works in Ghiffa, ‘Omar Galliani. Altri segni per nuovi sogni/Omar Galliani. Other signs for new dreams‘ and in June an important display, that illustrated his relationship with the East, at the CAMeC of La Spezia, ‘Omar Galliani… a Oriente/Omar Galliani… in the East‘, curated by Marzia Ratti.