Photographer researcher as he defines himself, Toni Meneguzzo (Portogruaro, 1949) began his career in the seventies. his work is immediately characterized for a continuous research (and exploration) of the photographic medium and its technique. Over time he develops special photographic methods that define the style, such as large format Polaroid in fashion shooting and the current photographic sequences built in video.
After a long and successful career in fashion, today he’s devoting to photography of design and architecture, and personal research projects. He collaborates with the most important international journals of photography, fashion, lifestyle and design such as Interview, Marie Claire, New York Times magazine, AD France, AD Russia, AD China, AD Italy, World of Interiors, Architektur & Wohnen, Case da Abitare, Grazia Casa.
His work was the subject of numerous international exhibitions such as: Exploring the familiar at the Photographer’s Gallery in London (1975), Nude of J. at the Room Gallery in Tokyo (1991), Visioni e Suoni at Casile Studio Gallery in Milan (1993), Go Puja at the Crooma Gallery in Monaco (2010). He also published a series of books of photographs of considerable success as Seduzione (1991), Aure (1993), Frammenti (1993) for the Treville Book publishing house.