Fabio Di Gioia has been devising and creating cultural events and exhibitions since 1999 and has been making television programmes for over 25 years. He has worked on 40 productions, spanning infotainment and entertainment, quizzes and talk shows, cultural and musical programmes, from Europa Europa on Raiuno to Mattina 2 and I Fatti Vostri for Raidue not forgetting Giorno per Giorno, La macchina del Tempo, L’emozione della vita, Linee d’ombra and various in depth specials for the Mediaset networks. He devised and produced a European magazine with the current affairs channel Euronews and the international music television events for Europe’s Day, Eurovision’s first live simultaneous format, broadcast from several European capitals (on Raitre, Raiuno, Tve, Rtp1, Rtbf and Ard). The productions he has authored include 100% on La7, the 52nd Zecchino d’Oro, the 55th and 56th David di Donatello, the 41st and 42nd Barocco Prize, the 51st Oscars of TV, and Miss Italia nel Mondo 2010 and 2011 for Raiuno.
Di Gioia has been instrumental in numerous exhibitions and major events. His CV includes curating and producing the international exhibition Alcide De Gasperi Un europeo venuto dal Futuro (A European from the future), officially opened by head of state Carlo Azeglio Ciampi (2003), the environmental exhibition event about waste, Trash People by Ha Schult (Piazza del Popolo, Rome 2007), devising and producing the nature exhibition Un tè con le Farfalle (Tea with the butterflies) (Villa Borghese aviary, Rome; Roster tepidarium, Florence; 75th Fiera del Levante, Bari), and curating the exhibition Immortale dedicated to Karol Wojtyla (2015).
He authored and curated the exhibition Dive Donne del Cinema Italiano (Divas the women of Italian cinema, 2010), produced with the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities (MIBAC) and the Centro sperimentale di cinematografia (Experimental cinema centre), officially opened by then President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano.
Since 2011, he has promoted, produced and curated numerous major international exhibitions in Italy, including:
BODY WORLDS The real world of the human body (2011 15), The Days of the Dinosaur (2012 13), Van Gogh Alive (2013 15), and The Art of the Brick an exhibition of Lego™ sculptures by Nathan Sawaya (2015 17).