Fabio Zonta was born in Bassano del Grappa in 1958. In 1977 he moved to Milan where he worked at Alfredo Pratelli’s Publifoto; within the renowned agency, he assisted Alfa Castaldi and Christopher Broadbent. From 1979 to 1982 Fabio Zonta was assistant to his mentor Davide Mosconi with whom he established an active collaboration. Simultaneously, since 1980 he has collaborated with several design and architecture magazines and his photographs have been regularly published by Abitare, Domus, Gran-Bazaar, Ottagono, Modo and Interni.
He’s worked for “Museo Antonio Canova” Treviso, “Musee des arts decoratifs” Paris, “Frick Collection” and “Metropolitan Museum” of New York. Since his first solo exhibition in 2003, he has been focusing mainly on the “Natura Morta” theme; he has had exhibitions at AIPAD New York, Paris Photo, Art Miami, London, Berlin, Rome, Florence, Venice, Lucca, Milano, Torino and Genova.
Zonta also collaborates with prestigious institutions and museums, including: “Fondazione Cini” di Venezia, “Musée des Arts Decoratifs” Paris, Museo Gypsotheca “Antonio Canova” di Possagno, “The Frick Collection” and the “Metropolitan Museum” in New York, Musei Civici” di Bassano del Grappa, and “FAI” fondo per l’Ambiente Italiano.
He has released several publications, and his work is part of significant collections both in Italy and abroad. He works and lives between Bassano del Grappa and Milan.