Zlatko Glamočak was born in 1957 in Bihać and then lived in Nikšić for two years. He has lived in Bar since 1960, where he finished elementary school and high school. He completed his studies of sculpture at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade in 1982, and in the same year, he attended his studies of sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice. He completed his postgraduate studies in sculpture in 1986 at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, in the class of Mišo Popović. He attended master classes in sculpture at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris as an invited student. 
He has exhibited in over 20 solo exhibitions (starting with the exhibition in Belgrade in 1989), as well as in more than 100 collective exhibitions in the former Yugoslavia, France, Italy, Germany, America, Korea, and Japan.
He won the state award “Petar Lubarda” (2004), the award “Golden Chisel” for the best sculpture at the spring exhibition of ULUS (1986), the Grand Prize of the expert jury, and the Gold Medal at the Spring Salon of the City of Clichy – La Garenne (1992). , Awards for the best solo exhibition of ULUCG (1999), First Awards for Drawing at the Biennial of Awarded Authors in Skopje (2012), Awards “Golden Osten” (2013), and others.
In 2014, he acquired the status of a prominent cultural creator of Montenegro.
He is the author of the monument Hero on the promenade in Nikšić, which was made as part of the Montenegrin national hero Ljubo Čupić.