She worked as a lawyer in Rome and Barcelona, specializing in Art law, Art market and artists’ rights. In 2008 she writes a legal thesis analyzing the state of ‘the freedom in the Arts in light of the Italian Constitution and EU and international principles’. Recently her researches in the Global Art Market field are being published in the International magazine Il Giornale dell’ Arte, Allemandi Publisher (September, 2015); Edizioni Ca’ Foscari, digital publishing of University of Venice for academic research, Human Right Research Center, Sapere l’ Europa Sapere d’Europa series (2017); Collezione da Tiffany, reference magazine for contemporary art collecting (2020).
In 2018 and 2019 she collaborated with the Italian company Cose Belle d’Italia Media Entertainment for the realization of the International art exhibitions Magister Giotto and Magister Canova, multimedia formats on the Masters of Italian Art.
In 2019 her social art project #LondonIsOpen was featured at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art in London, in whose galleries Zagato realized part of it.
In March 2020 she was in the examination committee of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, as co-supervisor of a Master’s degree thesis in Economics and Management of Arts and Cultural Activities. Thesis title: “The profession of the artist“.
Since 2010 she is registered at Barcelona Bar Association ICAB, Illustre collegi d’ Advocats de Barcelona.