(Argentinian, b. 1960)
Ruben Fasani was born in Argentina in 1960. He studied at the National School of Ceramics, graduating with an Artistic Ceramics Technician degree. In 1991, he traveled around Japan and Europe for six months, where he visited principal centers of ceramics and glass. He began working on his “Navy Series” combining two different techniques: lost wax (Pate du Verre) and fusing glass. Two or more layers of glass create forms that trigger the imagination of the observer. Fasani enjoys discovering and experiencing the different characteristics and possibilities of glass: transparencies, textures, stretching, etc., elements which compliment his initial concept.
National Hall of Ceramic (Argentina).
Municipal Hall of Ceramic (Argentina).
48th International Hall of Ceramics Faenza (Italy).
Municipal Hall of Sculpture Manuel Belgrano, (Argentina).
Gral. San Martin Cultural Center (Argentina).
Exhibition of Argentine National Awards, Paris, (France).
Blue Gallery Kansas City, Missouri (EEUU).
Biennial of Ceramics 2002, El Cairo. (Egipt).
Ann Arbor Art Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan. (EEUU).
Foster Arts Center, Peoria, Illinois. (EEUU)
II Municipal Hall of Ceramics Avellaneda Bs. As. (Argentina) Biennial Municipal Hall, Quilmes (Argentina).
II Symposium of Ceramics. Municipal School of Ceramic, Avellaneda.(Argentina).
Moderm Art Museum of Institute of Arts FA Grue per la Ceramica, CASTELLI, (Italy)
HONOR AWARD "Presidente de la Nación Argentina", National Hall of Ceramics Argentina
1st . AWARD National Hall of Ceramics, Argentina.
1st . AWARD Municipal Hall of Ceramics Avellaneda, Bs. As. Argentina
1st . AWARD ( Pottery) Annual Hall, Argentine Center of Ceramic Art
2nd - AWARD Municipal Hall of Ceramics.Munic of Avellaneda.
2nd - AWARD Small Size Sculpture "Espacios Gallery"
3rd - AWARD National Hall of Ceramics Argentina
AWARD to Best Work in Ceramics First Biennial of Ceramics for a Best World, SAAP Arg.
AWARD for the ENAMEL, XXXIV Hall, Argentine Center of Ceramic Art.
MENTION Municipal Hall of Sculpture, M. Belgrano.
MENTION National Hall of Ceramics.