Literature

2017 Exhibition Catalogus - International Ceramic Art Award - Blanc de Chine  
  Exhibition Catalogus - Heritage and Diversity  
  Exhibition Catalogus - Porselein spiegelingen  
  Brabantcultureel.nl - Atelierbezoek: Paula Bastiaansen werkt met flinterdun porselein read
2016 Catalogue Ceramica multiplex 2016  
2015 Exhibition Catalogue “Internationale Keramiek biennale 2015”  
  Magazine ‘Ceramica’ (ESP) 136 - 2015  
  Catalogue Keramiek Triënnale 2015  
2014 Magazine Keramiek (NL) october 2014  
  Vivienne Foley ‘PORCELAIN’ (GB)  
2010 Clay, Light & Water, Margaret O'Rorke  
2009 Catalogue 12. Westerwaldpreis 2009  
2008 Scoop NL, 12-2008  
  Collect, december 2008  
  Brabant Cultureel, nr. 7 2008 read
  Paula Bastiaansen Porcelain, 2008 read
2007 Exhibition Catalogue of The 4th World Ceramic Biennale 2007, Korea  
2006 Exhibition Catalogue "Transparenz und Masse", 2006  
2005 Exhibition Catalogue Saarländisches Künstlerhaus, 2005  
2004 Porcelain and Bone China Sasha Wardell (2004) read
  Exhibition Catalogue of the Taiwan Ceramics Biennale 2004  
  Neue Keramik (D), 5/2004 read
  Ceramics, Art and Perception (AUS), 57/2004  
  Kerameiki Techni, 46/2004 read
  Elegance (NL), 9/2004 read
2003 Keramiek (NL), 5/2003  
  Ceramics, Art and Perception (AUS), 53/2003 read
  Keramiek (NL), 5/2003 read
  “Modern Ceramic Art” – Simon Ho (China), 2003  
2002 Exhibition Catalogue Keramuze 4, De Bilt (NL), 2002  
2001 Klei (NL), 31/2001 read
  Keramiekgids (NL), 2001  
  Exhibition Catalogue of the 1st World Ceramic Biennale – Korea, 2001  
  Exhibition Catalogue Scharpoord, Knokke (B), 2001  
2000 Keramik Magazin (D), 1/2000 read
  Exhibition Catalogue of the 6th Taiwan Golden Ceramic Awards, 2000  
  Exhibition Catalogue, Kunstforum – Kirchberg (CH), 2000  
  Vormen uit vuur (NL), 3/2000  
1999 Ceramics, Art and Perception (AUS), 38/1999 read

Magazines:

Elegance, Residence, Kunstwerk, Kunstbeeld, Tableau

cautiously referring to what as yet bears no name,
material as light as a breath,
the idea of a veering wind that has, for a moment,
taken on the appearance of a stone.”

    Hugo Brutin Art historian