His work participates in the exhibition The Desire for Form: Neoconcretismo and Contemporary Art from Brazil at the Akademie Der Künste, Hanseatenweg, Berlin-Tiergarten (Germany).
In São Paulo, his work is featured in the group shows XLI Chapel Art Show (Escola Maria Imaculada – Chapel School); Preto no Branco: Do Concreto ao Contemporâneo (Galeria Berenice Arvani, SP); and VI SP-Arte (Fundação Bienal).
Within the project Conexões e Artes Visuais, carried out by Funarte (RJ), the text HermeIindo Fiaminghi is included in the collection Artistas Brasileiros – Monografias de Bolso written by historian and art critic Guilherme Bueno, an initiative of MAC Niterói.
His work is featured in the publications O Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Niterói: as coleções, with texts by Guilherme Bueno, Ítalo Campofiorito and Márcia Campos; Arte Abstrata no Brasil, by Almerinda da Silva Lopes, released by Editora C/Arte de Belo Horizonte; and on the cover of the book História da Eternidade, by Jorge Luis Borges, published by Companhia das Letras, with the artwork-cover of the magazine Noigandres 4.
From February through May, the group show América Fría: La Abstracción Geométrica en Latinoamérica (1934-73), held at Fundación Juan March, Madrid, features his works Círculos com movimentos alternados (1956), Alternado 2 (1957) and the cover of the magazine Noigandres 4.
In October, the exhibition Homenagem ao Quadrado, organized by Flávio Cohn at Dan Galeria (SP), features his painting Retícula Corluz 2 (1961). His work is also shown elsewhere in São Paulo, at the show VII SP-Arte, at the Bienal Pavilion, and in Porto Alegre, at the show Iberê Camargo e o Ambiente Cultural do Pós-Guerra, at Fundação Iberê Camargo.