Fabrizio Bellafante was born in Milan in 1974 and started his first job as a photographer at 19 years of age in a photographer shop processing photos then in the Partisani studio in Milan. From 1995 until april 2010 he worked as a contract manager for a big company but he never forgot about his first passion -photography. In 1999 he set up his first exhibition, the theme was the India, in Milan at the venue Trottoir. From then he has had his work exhibited in many places like theatres and music venues and also at the disco Hollywood in Milan.
His interests focus on a mix of visual art and music. Subsequently his work was exhibited at the Luciano Inga Pin gallery in Brera and other Milan galleries with work such as “Breaths” a sort of futuristic vision and “Into the Void”, a surrealist work. He worked with the Agency Fotogramma and in 2009 he worked with Maurizio Galimberti of Polaroid. His work has been seen by several art critics amongst them Roberto Mutti, Giuliana Scime’ and Vittorio Sgarbi. At present some of Fabrizio’s photographs of the series “EverythingShines” have been exhibited at the EF Arte gallery in Milan. In 2012 his work was be shown at La Casa delle culture del mondo with the exhibition “WATER VISION” – curators: Carolina Daniele and Pino Diecidue. In May 2012 he partecipated at the collective art exhibition “Around the world for a more sustainable planet” promoted by the foundation D’Ars. The exhibition “Water Vision” is replicated at the gallery’ Nove Colonne’ of Milan and at the Municipal Library in area 6 of Milan.The newspaper ‘Repubblica’ dedicated a gallery with photographs of the exhibition on its website. He permanently collaborates with the foundation D’Ars presenting exhibitions and writing articles for the newspaper ‘Il Giorno‘.In May 2013 he partecipated at the collective art exhibition “Shop-les jeux d’amour”designed by Pino Diecidue and looked after by Alessia Locatelli at the gallery Ostrakon in Milan. In January 2014 he partecipated at the collective art show “Figura Acqua” at the ex furnace of Milan, promoted by the Municipality and by an organization caring projects linked to Expo 2015, The photograph exhibition “A dream of India” is scheduled by October 2014, sponsored by the Indian consulate in Milan at the ‘City Art Gallery’ in Milan.