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Claudi Casanovas

b. 1956

Claudi Casanovas was born in Catalonia in 1956.  He studied theatre in Barcelona and subsequently trained as a ceramicist in the Catalan city of Olot. He was a member of the Coure Potters' Cooperative from 1978 until 1987, and in 1992 he won first prize at the III International Ceramics Competition in Mino, Japan.  In 2004, he won a competition to create a monument against Fascism in Olot.  This Memorial als Ven├žuts was installed in June 2006.  His artwork has been displayed in major exhibitions and museum collections worldwide, including The Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and the National Gallery of Australia.

Portrait of Claudi Casanovas Wall Plate

Solo Exhibitions

  1. Claudi Casanovas at 15 Royal Arcade 11 - 28 July 2017
  2. Claudi Casanovas at the Fitzrovia Chapel 11 - 23 July 2017
  3. Claudi Casanovas - Quart Creixent 1 - 23 October 2014
  4. Claudi Casanovas - Lluna Nova 1 - 30 May 2013

Group Exhibitions

  1. Small Works, Great Artists 18 February - 15 March 2020
  2. International Ceramics 9 August - 8 September 2016
  3. Nine Potters - Anniversary Exhibition 30 March - 23 April 2016
  4. Casanovas & Dejonghe 10 - 20 October 2015
  5. Classic & Contemporary Ceramics 28 July - 22 August 2014
  6. Paintings & Ceramics 1 - 20 July 2013