Glasner started his studies in the eighties. Won his first prize at the age of 21 at the Pernambuco Visual Arts Salon. At 22, he moved to Paris where he graduated from the Ecole des Beaux Arts. During this period, he was a student of the artist Giuseppe Penone and held exhibitions in Paris, London, Italy, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Returning to Brazil in 2007, he joined Galeria Laura Marsiaj-RJ, Moura Marsiaj-SP, and Mariana Moura. He won the Rumos Visuais award from the Itaú Cultural Institute with the installation “Rua do Futuro”. In 2010, he was invited by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation of Lisbon to create a large installation called “The Bright Future of Sugarcane”.

He exhibited at Galeria Marco Antonio Vilaça after being awarded the Santander prize. He held solo exhibitions in Brazilian capitals with institutional sponsorship from Instituto Caixa Cultural, Itaú Cultural, Santander Cultural, and Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil. In the cities of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Belo Horizonte, Salvador, Rio Branco, Pernambuco, Curitiba, João Pessoa, and Recife.

In 2012, he returned to Europe and settled in the city of Berlin where he lived for two years. During this time, he held exhibitions in Brussels at Galerie Reinhart, and in the Brazilian embassies of London and Athens.