Nicolò Quirico has worked on visual communication and publishing since 1985, when he graduated at the Istituto Statale d’Arte in Monza.
From 1996 to 2004 he worked on the Organization of the Morlotti-Imbersago Prize and began his artistic research, starting from the use of photography to create conceptual installations. He created refined matches between imagination and memory, between history and fantasy, as the travelling exhibition dedicated to the river Adda and the Bestiario dell’ora blu, published in the Il fotografo magazine.
In 2009 he won the second edition of the national Prize organized by the Fondazione Piero e Vittorio Alinari of Florence entitled Fotografare il territorio.
He has exhibited his work in solo show with the galleries: ART IN Gallery - Milan, Costantini Art Gallery - Milan, XXS aperto al contemporaneo - Palermo, Civiero Art Gallery - Diano Marina, MUST Gallery - Lugano CH, Galleria Rotta-Farinelli - Genoa