Catherina Pagani has been an independent practising ceramist and sculptor since 1996. She has specialized in wood firing her stoneware sculpture work with primary focus on the mineral nature of the material. The most frequent subjects she explores in her creative inquiry are elements of landscape, geological formations and the evidence and movements of time. Her forming methods and surfaces are developed with a specific vision of the concepts in her work.

Picture of Catherina Pagani in Her Studio

exhibitions

2017 - CSA Annual Exhibition, CPT

2016 - CSA Annual Exhibition, CPT (Award)

2016 - National Ceramics Exhibition, JHB

2015 - CSA Annual Exhibition, CPT

2014 - Alphen Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, CPT

2014 - National Ceramics Exhibition, CPT

2013 - CSA Annual Exhibition, CPT (Sculpture Award, Public Collection)

2012 - CSA Annual Exhibition, CPT (Sculpture Award)

2012 - National Ceramics Exhibition, JHB

2011 - International Ceramics Competition Mino, Japan

2010 - National Ceramics Exhibition, CPT

2005 - CSA Annual Exhibition, CPT (Sculpture Award)

2006 - Ceramic Sculpture Exhibition, Association of Visual Arts, CPT. (Solo)

2003 - International Genome Project Conference, South African Museum, CPT. (Delegates Award)

2003 - National Ceramics Exhibition, CPT

2002 - African Earth Exhibition, Johannesburg Earth Summit, JHB

publications

2017 - Ceramics Southern Africa 09, “Landscape and Time”, Article by Wilma Cruise

2017 - Ceramics Southern Africa 07, Exhibition Review

2016 - Ceramics Southern Africa 06, Exhibition Review

2013 - National Ceramics Quarterly, No. 106, Exhibition review

2013 - New Ceramics / Neue Keramik, 2/13, "Time on Earth", Article

2012 - National Ceramics Quarterly, No. 100, Sculpture Review

2011 - 9th International Ceramics Competition Mino, Exhibition Catalogue

2003 - The Human Genome and Africa, Exhibition Review