Strange Fruit (PCP Edition)
$1,000.00 AUD
1/1 PCP Collective Special Edition


Artist Bio

Numerous group exhibitions at various venues, including The Photography Gallery of WA; Tresillian Centre, Nedlands; selected for Solo exhibition, Artrage 1997; Invitation to exhibit solo exhibition, Nannup Festival, 1998; Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne, Minnawarra Art Awards 2016, 2017 and 2019; Collective 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 Perth Centre for Photography; Pinnacles Gallery, Townsville, Qld. 2018, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville, Qld. 2020; Rockingham Art Awards 2019. 2021.

Tresillian Centre, Nedlands (Highly Commended); Town of Vincent Photographic Award; City of Gosnells Photographic Award (joint winner); York Photographic Award (Creative); finalist, Minnawarra Art Awards 2016, and winner of Local Artist Award; Highly Commended, York Photographic Awards (Creative), 2017; finalist for Minnawarra Art Awards, 2017, 2019; finalist Percival Photographic Portrait Prize, Qld. 2018, 2020; finalist Rockingham Art Award 2019, 2021; Semi-finalist Fremantle International Portrait Prize, 2017, 2019.

Numerous private collections, Central Perth Campus TAFE Art and Design, Town of Vincent, Mt Lawley Senior High School, Holmes a’Court Collection.

“Di Cataldo has photographed images of old, decaying agricultural machinery in distortion, so as to produce lyrical patterns reminiscent of the visual and tactile experiences that their original use once invoked…

Di Cataldo has a fair grasp of the poetic potential of her imagery, in particular the ways in which some human remnant always clings to the forms of old equipment.”
The West Australian – Big Weekend Arts section, Sat. 27.9.96. (Dr David Bromfield).


  • Materials Printed on Hahnemühle FineArt paper
  • Edition 1/1 PCP Collective Special Edition