In 1981, Moretti starts exhibiting his work in other countries:
Paraguay, Germany, Belgium, Mexico, Brussels, Bulgaria, Italy, Peru,
Spain and Holland.
About his exhibition in Buenos Aires, 1982, again at Witcomb Gallery,
critic Olga R.Z. de Pareja Nunez said: “Finding the rhythm process
is essential in painting. Norberto Moretti’s pictures eloquently
express the sensitive side of landscapes. His wistful imagination
induces him to cover the canvas with a subtle matter, applied with
a spatula in its main features, in order to stress the plastic gesture.
Starting from a clear synthesis, sharpened precisely in a certain
way of pronouncing the abstract, Moretti proclaims a totally personal
time. And in this time, which runs away from objective reality,
we discover the lineage of this honest creator ."
In l982, La Capital newspaper (Rosario) published: "The landscapes,
built with the adding of chromatic shades, drive us towards a new
phase in his painting. The nature, in the artist's optics, is made
up of tonal impressions, which are exact interpreters of the formative
and lyrical intention that encourages the spirit of his reality".
In 1982, La Nación newspaper commented on his work: "Moretti investigates
the space through the structure and the form. The landscapes refer
to a space and plastic dimension, shown through chromatic planes
or a smooth stains, that defines features of nature and reaches
one of the painter's better achievements in 'Aleros, silos y giros'."