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Ruben Fasani


Born in Argentina in 1960, Ruben grew up playing in his father’s ironworking shop. After a brief courtship with architecture, Fasani studied at the National School of Ceramics in Buenos Aires, getting an Artistic Ceramics Technician Degree.


He experimented first with pottery, ceramics and sculpture. Then, In 1991 he travelled around Japan and Europe, visiting the principal centers in Ceramics and Glass, where he began to experiment with glass. He became fascinated with the transparency of the material and the ability to discover its secrets. He works with flat glass (Float glass), fusing different layers and shapes on a lost cast, obtaining an individual touch in each piece.

Ruben likes his viewers to discover and experience his works with the different characteristics and possibilities glass has to offer: transparencies, textures, stretching, etc., all these elements go together with a concept.


 While working, he welcomes the “happy accidents” that have taught him new techniques and strategies. Within the “Trizas” series, Fasani was able to combine the trades he learned as a child - working with metal and glass.


Clay, recycled glass and found materials are his favorite tools to work with. If something doesn’t come out just right, he can continuously recycle his materials without wasting products and not plundering the planet’s resources.


“What amuses me most is not knowing what I’ll be doing with my hands next, like I was as a child playing in my father’s workshop - before I knew the meaning of the word, ‘artist’. I had to keep working to find out what that meant.”





Most important  awards and exhibitions:


  • 1987 AWARD  for the ENAMEL XXXIV Argentine Center of  Ceramic Ar

  •     SECOND AWARD Small  Size  Sculpture  “Espacios Gallery”

  • 1988  MENTION Argentine Center of  Ceramic Art

AWARD to Best Work in Ceramics  First Biennial of Ceramics for a Best World

  • 1989 FIRST AWARD ( Pottery) Annual Hall Argentine Center of  Ceramic Art

  • 1991 MENTION National Hall of Ceramics 

SECOND AWARD ° Municipal Hall of Ceramics. Munic of Avellaneda

  • 1993- 48° International Artistic Ceramics Contest, FAENZA, ITALY.

THIRD AWARD  National Hall of Ceramics Argentina

  • 1994 MENTION Autumn Hall Argentine Society of Artists. 

    MENTION  Municipal Hall of Sculpture   M. Belgrano

  • 1997-FIRST AWARD Municipal Hall of Ceramics Avellaneda, Bs. As. Argentina.

  • 1999- FIRST AWARD   National Hall of Ceramics, Argentina.

  • 2000- HONOR AWARD  “Presidente de la Nación Argentina”, National Hall of Ceramics Argentina 






Municipal Hall of Sculpture

Exhibition Gral. San Martin Cultural Center

II Municipal Hall of Ceramics Avellaneda Bs. As.

Biennial Municipal Hall  Munic. Quilmes

He was invited to work in front of the public II SIMPOSIO of CERAMICS.  Munic.  Avellaneda.

His work integrate the collection of the State Institute of Arts FA Grue per la Ceramica, CASTELLI, ITALY. 

Exhibition of Argentine National Awards, PARIS, FRANCE2001

Art Fest Fort Myers (Fort Myers Florida EEUU).

Boca Raton Art Festival (Boca Raton Florida EEUU)

Saint Lowis Art  Festival (Clayton  Misouri)

Participated in  Pure Design.  Show of Argentine Designers.

He was invited to International Biennial of Ceramics, El Cairo, Egipt. 2002-

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