Francesco Zanot

Curator of Camera – Centro Italiano di Fotografia, Turin, Francesco Zanot has worked on exhibitions and publications with many international photographers. In recent years he has curated books dedicated to artists such as Mark Cohen, Guido Guidi, Olivo Barbieri, Luigi Ghirri, Takashi Homma, Linda Fregni Nagler, Francesco Jodice, Boris Mikhailov, as well as Erik Kessels’s last retrospective The Many Lives. Together with Alec Soth, he is the author of the essay Ping Pong Conversations. Director of the Master in Photography organised by the NABA, Milan, he has given classes and lectures in numerous academic institutions, among them the Columbia University, New York, ECAL, Lausanne, and IUAV, Venice. He curated the inaugural exhibition Give Me Yesterday at Fondazione Prada Osservatorio, Milan, which opened to the public in 2016