Diocesan Committee for Sacred Art and Ecclesiastical Cultural Heritage, in Rome, to take care of the artistic aspects of the interior of the new church of St. Vincent in Thiene; and the Fine Arts Promotional Award at the Artistic Ceramics for Genoa 2004 event, held in the framework of the city’s year as European Cultural Capital; in November 2006, the sculpture Conversation was unveiled in a roundabout in the centre of Creazzo; 54th International Art Exhibition at Venice Biennale sponsored by Pavilion Italy (2011). 
Fiorese has featured in many catalogues of national and international competitions since 1956 and, since 1974, also in numerous volumes published by Rizzoli, Giorgio Mondadori, Faenza Editrice and Edizioni La Fenice, with works of sculpture in bronze.

The artist and his works have been the subject of essays by A. Albarracin, M. Alzetta, R. Amaglio, M. Ballo, G. Barioli, S. Bencivenga, C. Briani, M. Caldana, M. Cola, V. Cornacchia, M. Dalla Via, U. Daniele, D. Dellai, R. Forin, M. Guderzo, P. Levi, A. Minchio, G. Musacchio, M. Porra, M. Portaluppi, D. Preto, C. Prevedello, P. Rizzi, M. Rossi, B. Sanzin, G. Segato, V. Sgarbi, O. Stefani, E. Vignato, S. Zagatti, C. Zarpellon.

The Italian public television network Rai’s main news programme TG 1 featured the works presented at the International Competition in Faenza from 1975 to 1978. The same network’s third channel Rai 3’s programme Arte e fede televised the works created for the church of the Sacred Heart in Romano d’Ezzelino (in 1980); while the works he created for the church of the St. Vincent and the Pentecost in Thiene were televised by the local TG Bassano station, by Telechiara of Padua, by TVA of Vicenza (in 2001) and the national channel Rai 1 (in 2004).


Fiorese lives and works in Bassano del Grappa, where his works are on show in his three galleries:  in via Molise 3, piazza Terraglio - via Bonamigo 21, and via Angarano 73, in the converted stables of Palazzo Bonaguro. He has a stable working relationship with the Gallery Of Sculpture in Palm Beach, Florida, the Circe Gallery in Namur, Belgium, and the Huber Gallery in Zürich. He has won several important international awards and acknowledgements and many of his published pieces feature in public and private collections, including the International Museum in Faenza, the Civic Museum in Bassano del Grappa and the Civic Museum in Nove, near Vicenza. Amedeo Fiorese has created works of sacred art for numerous churches in his native region of Veneto, including stations of the cross, large panels, altars, columns and baptismal fonts.