Born on 16th May 1979, Milan. After finishing art high school, she started her studies at the Accademia delle Belle Arti di Brera. She then won the famous Universidad de Bellas Artes M. Hernandez (Altea, Spain) scholarship. She obtained a degree in Sculpture in 2005. She attended pottery, ceramics, and Raku ceramics courses held by Fondazione Cova in Milan. Zacchetti embarked on her international carrer in 2008 and has taken part in a variety of international contemporary art fairs ever since.

Sculpture works

The main subject of the poetics of Caterina Zacchetti’s sculptures is ‘woman’:

“My subjects take immediate shape when the clay falls into my hands – and in that very moment I drift into a second hemisphere”.
“Bodies that exude life are gradually generated by the soft moulding of clay; the gentle curve of a breast, broad buttocks, a contorted torso… and then I suddenly see them before me, as though ravished by sensual visions”.

The beauty of these shapely, relaxed women is enthralling; supple, yet sensual curves outline female bodies. Clothing is nowhere to be seen: women are dreamers. The legs, however, are sturdy – they symbolize that these women are strong, independent, resolute, and full of the energy that one needs when facing life. These full-figured bodies evoke a sense of wellbeing, pleasure, and happiness. A woman with wide hips acts as a symbol of love and beauty. Her sculptures have nothing in common with Botero’s dismal Muses and in fact convey quite the opposite.
Women Galleria Palma Arte, Piacenza (Italia)
AAF Milano (Italy)
AAF London Battersea, London (UK)
BAF Bergamo Arte Fiera (Italy)
KunstArt, Bolzano (Italy)

AAF Milano (Italy)
London Art Fair, London (UK)
Iconic Galleria Palma Arte, Piacenza (Italia)
Open Art Fair, Utrecht (The Netherlands)
AAF New York (USA)

CutLog, Paris (France)
Art 16, London (UK)
Nuove Forme Galleria del Vicolo, Udine (Italy)
AAF Milano (Italy)
Arte Piacenza (Italy)

AAF Milano (Italy)
Arte Pordenone (Italy)
Arte Lisboa, Lisbona (Portugal)
Direzioni Diverse Galleria Palma Arte, Piacenza (Italy)

Faim Art Indipendiente, Madrid (Spain)
Art Brussels (Bruxelles)
Sp-Arte, Sao Paulo (Brasil)
Collettiva Galleria Palma Arte, Piacenza (Italy)

VArt, Milano (Italy)
Art Jaén, Jaén (Spain)
AAF Milano (Italy)
Collettiva Galleria Palma Arte, Piacenza (Italy)
AAF Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
ST'ART Strasbourg (France)

Art Nim, Nimes (France)
Open Art Fair, Utrecht (The Netherlands)
KunstArt Bolzano (Italy)
AAF Milano (Italy)
ST'ART Strasbourg (France)

One Off  Viganò, Lecco (Italy)
One Off Il punto Galleria d’arte, Bologna (Italy)
OpenArt Milano Galleria d’arte contemporanea, Milano (Italy)
Mast Art Galleria d’arte, Cento (Italy)
Agatari Laboratorio d’interni, Milano (Italy)
La Chiesina dell’Arte Sala Bolognese, Bologna (Italy)
Spazio Papel Milano (Italy)

Cavalieri d’Oriente Castellamonte, Torino (Italy)
Human Rights, Rovereto (Italy)
Artefatto 2010, Trieste (Italy)
Festival delle Arti, Bologna (Italy)
La Terra del Fuoco Avigliana, Torino (Italy)
I/Con & Design 2010, Milano (Italy)
Open Doors To The Performers, Milano (Italy)
Angeli e Demoni Grugliasco, Torino (Italy)
Lesbiche in Arte Casa Internazionale delle Donne, Roma (Italy)
EroticaMente Taormina (Italy)

OD’A Officina dell’Arte Milano (Italy)
Passaggi d’Arte S.Pietro in Casale, Bologna (Italy)
Art Shot Crema (Italy)

Mujheroes Barcellona (Spain)
Arte a Filago, Bergamo (Italy)
Art Shot Crema (Italy)

Més enllà de la têcnica Galeria Paspartu’, Barcellona (Spain)
Stripart 2007 Centre Civic Guinardo’, Barcellona (Spain)
Nuove Radici Villa Cernigliaro, Biella (Italy)
Galeria ARTEVISTAS, Barcellona (Spain)

Desestacionalizacion Formentera (Spagna)
MareNostrum Formentera (Spagna)
Scekere Milano (Italy)

Exponebrera Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milano (Italy)
G.A.S Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano (Italy)

Exponebrera Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milano (Italy)
Salon Primo Museo della Permanente, Milano (Italy)
ART Shot Crema (Italy)
Bagarre The Bag, Milano (Italy)
Giovane scultura a Brera CAM Ponte delle Gabelle, Milano (Italy)

Aula 45 e dintorni Cascina Roma, San Donato Milanese (Italy)

Il fantastico mondo di Caterina Zacchetti

Printed in 2012.
Collected some of the most important works of Caterina Zacchetti.
Languages: italian / english
Number of pages: 80 - Size: cm 20 x 25
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Anno 2013

NEW CATALOGUE OF Palma Arte Gallery

Artists in the book:
Paolo Da San Lorenzo, John Costa,Wilfred, Gabriela Villareal, Max Gasparini, Daniele Ciani, Caterina Zacchetti.

Languages: italian, english. Biography of every artist.
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