In 2015 the retrospective art exhibition ‘Magia di Icone Mediterranee’ (‘The Magic of Mediterranean Icon’) was held at the PAN Museum in Naples, Italy.
In June 2014 the exhibition ‘From Cumae to Pompeii – A Journey Through Time’ – was held at the Naples Depot Museum, Naples, Florida, USA.
In March 2014 the exhibition ‘From Cumae to Pompeii – A Journey Through Time’ – was held at the Italian Institute of Culture in San Francisco, USA.
In January 2014 an exhibition was held at Palazzo Ripamonti, at the showroom of Tasselli Cashmere, Bevagna, Italy.
In 2013 the exhibition ‘From Cumae to Pompeii – A Journey through Time’ was held at the Reggia Borbonica of Quisisana, Castellamare di Stabia, Naples, Italy.
In 2009 the exhibition ‘The memory of Time’ was held at the Chelsea Art Museum in New York, USA.
In 2007 the exhibition ‘Prophecy’ was held at the Italian Institute of Culture in New York, USA.
In 2004, the exhibition ‘L’Icona Mediterranea’ (‘Mediterranean Icon’) was held at the Sala Dorica of the Royal Palace in Naples, Italy, with the patronage of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage.
From 2003 about 200 paintings were exhibited at the Museum of Villa San Carlo Borromeo, in Milan, Italy.
Of great significance for his artistic career were the 2 exhibitions held in 1994 and 1997 at Spazio Italia Gallery, in Soho, New York, and in 1998 at the Italian Institute of Culture in San Francisco, USA.
In 1992 a large exhibition was held at the prestigious Paris Art Centre art gallery, and in the same year he was invited to exhibit at the Musée du Bastion Saint André in Antibes, on the Cote d’Azur, France.
In 1990 under the patronage of the Ministry of the Cultural Heritage of Rome, a highly celebrated exhibition was held in the monumental complex of San Michele a Ripa in Rome, with works spanning a thirty-year period of Ferdinando Ambrosino’s artistic career.
A splendid anthological review of his art was organized at the Palazzo dei Diamanti in Ferrara, Italy in 1986.
Among the many exhibitions are to be mentioned the itinerant one of 1974 through Greece, Turkey, Romania and Russia.
In 1968 he accepted the invitation to hold a solo exhibition in Venezuela, extended to him by a leading art gallery of Caracas, receiving enormous success from both critics and public alike.
In Caracas he then had other 10 solo exhibitions, and took part to various art events organized by public institutions and Museums.
To this period it follows a series of solo exhibitions in Italy as well as in France, Venezuela, USA, Swiss, Spain and Belgium, which establish his artistic career successfully.
In 1967 after some years of serious and thoughtful work, Ferdinando Ambrosino arranged for his first solo exhibition at the UCAI in the Maschio Angioino in Naples, Italy.