Carolina Pagani is an artist born in 1972 in Santo Tomé (Santa Fe, Argentina). She graduated with a degree in Fine Arts from the Provincial University of Córdoba.
Her paintings are intimate spaces where the human figure explores a narrative with the body as a witness, victim, and testament of human emotion. The artist’s works reflect gender issues, the concept of loneliness, and the limits of language, while simultaneously enhancing the aesthetic properties of colors and lines.
With more than 25 years of experience in the field of the arts, she gained international recognition in 2016 with her painting system for blind people, leading her to give different workshops in Europe, including the Brera Museum in Milano, Italy. Her latest work, “Senza Tempo,” was exhibited in various galleries in Italy, at the Argentine Embassy in Milan, and at the Argentine Embassy in Rome.