Zoe Vincenti is a 37-year-old Italian photographer currently based in Milan, Italy.
She graduated at the Brera's Fine Arts Academy in Milan and studied in several workshops with European and American professional photographers. She started with personal and intimate photography projects about the relationship between herself, her body and environment. From 2000 to 2007, she was the lead singer of an Italian rock band, that performed around Italy and Europe. After that, in 2008, she decided to go back to photography and started work as a freelance for national and international magazines.
Zoe specializes in documentary and portrait photography, with a deeper interest on stories about subcultures, unconventional realities and about the concept of self identity.
Her work is focused mainly on social issues, storytelling and personal research.
In june 2012 she took part in the group exhibition “MILANO,UN MINUTO PRIMA” at the Fondazione FORMA , with her project “LIMBO” (about three stories on the “underground” city of Milan: Burlesque Voodoo + Borderline + Squat ). In september 2012 her project “Generazione Fukushima” was exhibited at the Festival “Encontros da Imagem” in Braga (Portugal). She is currently working and represented by DB agency (dariabonera.com) for commercial and Advertising work in Italy.
Her work has appeared n many national and international pubblications such as : The Oprah Magazine (Usa), Wirtshafts Woche (De), Tempo (Tr), Casa Claudia (Br), D-La Repubblica , Wired , Internazionale , Rolling Stone, Cosmopolitan , Touring, Playboy, Riders , Gioia .
FESTIVAL ENCONTROS DA IMAGEM – Braga (Pt)- group exib. – sept 2012
BURLESQUE VOODOO - Jpeg gallery - Milan - solo exib. - mar 2012
PRIMA VISIONE - Galleria BelVedere - group exib. - jan 2012
MILANO,UN MINUTO PRIMA - FORMA Icp - group exib. - Milan - june 2011
SLIDELUCK POTSHOW - Milan - june 2011
PRIMA VISIONE - Galleria BelVedere - group exib. - jan 2011
BURLESQUE, BACK ON STAGE - My Yoyo - group exib. - Milan - may 2010
3.32 - REPORTAGE ATRI FESTIVAL - group slideshow - Atri - june 2009