Natalia LL

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Natalia LL (Natalia Lach-Lachowicz, born 18 April 1937) paints, photographs, draws, performs, and does video art. Sean O'Hagan, writing in The Guardian in 2017, described her as "a neglected early-1970s Polish-born pioneer of feminist avant garde image making".[1]

In 1970 she co-founded the Permafo (pl) gallery in Wrocław, Poland. Since 1975 she has been engaged in the International Feminist Art movement and has taken part in various symposia and exhibitions. Since 2004 she has been senior lecturer at the University of Fine Arts in Poznań.[citation needed]

Life and work[edit]

From 1946 to 1956 Lach-Lachowicz lived in Bielsko-Biała where she completed basic and secondary education. From 1957 to 1963 she studied at State High School of Fine Arts in Wrocław under the supervision of Professor S. Dawski, where she completed her MSc. In 1964 she received the Diploma of the Association of Polish Artists Photographers.

In 1970 she co-founded the Permafo (pl) gallery in Wrocław. Since 1975 she has been engaged in the International Feminist Art movement and has taken part in various symposia and exhibitions.

Since 2004 she has been senior lecturer at the University of Fine Arts in Poznań.[citation needed]

Awards and honorary posts[edit]

  • The Kosciuszko Foundation scholarship, New York, 1977
  • Commissioner of the I and II International Drawing Triennale in Wrocław, 1978–1981
  • Vice chairman of the IV and VI International Drawing Triennale in Wrocław, 1989–1995
  • “Verein Kulturkontakte” scholarship, Vienna, 1991
  • “Pro-Helvetia” scholarship, Switzerland, 1994
  • Silver Medal for Merit to Culture, 2007[2]

Exhibitions[edit]

Solo exhibitions[edit]

  • 1967 - Portret, Galeria MPiK, Wrocław
  • 1968 - Fotoausstellung im Ilfot Dresden, Dresden
  • 1969 - Face Geography, Mücsarnok Museum, Budapest
  • 1971 - Fotografia intymna, Galeria Permafo, Wrocław
  • 1971 - Mutanty (wraz ze Z. Dłubakiem i A. Lachowiczem), Galeria Pod Moną Lizą, Wrocław
  • 1971 - Mutanty-Relop (wraz ze Z. Dłubakiem i A. Lachowiczem), Galeria Współczesna, Warsaw
  • 1972 - Słowo, Galeria Permafo, Wrocław
  • 1973 - Sztuka konsumpcyjna, Galeria Permafo, Wrocław
  • 1973 - Problemy (wraz z A. Lachowiczem), Galeria Arkady, Kraków
  • 1973 - Remont (wraz ze Z. Dłubakiem i A. Lachowiczem), Galeria Remont, Warsaw
  • 1974 - Strefa intymna, Galeria Paramedia, Berlin
  • 1974 - Gruppo PERMAFO (wraz ze Z. Dłubakiem i A. Lachowiczem), Universitario Platenese, Buenos Aires
  • 1974 - Sztuka konsumpcyjna, Festiwal Muzyki Współczesnej, Wrocław
  • 1975 - Sztuka konsumpcyjna i performance Natalia, Art Centre, Belgrade
  • 1975 - Sztuka konsumpcyjna, Galeria Współczesna, Warsaw
  • 1975 - Natalia, Galeria Studio, Turin
  • 1976 - Art del post-consumismo (wraz z M. Abramowic i G. Pane), Galleria Diagramma, Milan
  • 1976 - Przestrzeń, Galeria Fotografii, Wrocław
  • 1976 - (wraz z M. Abramowic i G. Pane), Galleria Arte Verso, Genoa
  • 1976 - Altra Misura (wraz z A. Messager, S. Santoro, S. Oursler), Galleria del Falconiere, Falconara Albanese
  • 1977 - (wraz z A. Lachowiczem), BWA, Wrocław
  • 1977 - Artificial Photography, Galeria Milchstrasse, Freiburg
  • 1977 - Zdania kategoryczne z obszaru sztuki post-konsumpcyjnej, Labyrinth Gallery, Lublin
  • 1978 - Arte del post-consumismo, Galeria 16/e, Turin
  • 1978 - (wraz z A. Lachowiczem), Galeria Studio, Warsaw
  • 1978 - Śnienie, Muzeum Architektury, Wrocław
  • 1978 - Punkty podparcia, Czorsztyn
  • 1991 - Muzeum Narodowe, Wrocław
  • 1998 - CSW Zamek Ujazdowski, Warsaw
  • 2004 - Podsumowania, Galeria Bielska BWA, Bielsko-Biała

Group exhibitions[edit]

  • Edinburgh International Festival, Gallery Demarco, 1972
  • IX Biennale de Paris, Paris, 1975
  • Frauen Kunst – Neue Tendenze, Innsbruck, Galerie Krinzinger, 1975
  • Frauen machen Kunst, Galerie Magers, Bonn, 1975
  • Photographie als Kunst – Kunst als Photographie 1949–1979, Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts Vienna and Linz, Graz, Innsbruck, 1979
  • XV Biennale Internationale Arte São Paulo, 1979
  • Polish Photography 1939–1979, International Center of Photography, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 1979
  • Feministische Kunst, De Appel Gallery, Amsterdam, 1979
  • Typische Frau, Kunstverein Bonn und Galerie Magers, 1981
  • La Photographie Polonaise, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 1982
  • Erotik in der Kunst, Kunstverein München, 1982
  • 150 Years of photography, National Museum Wroclaw, 1989
  • Kunst-Europa, Kunstverein Bonn, 1991
  • Polish Women-artists, National Museum, Warszawa, 1991
  • Collection-Documentation-Actuality, Musée d`Art Contemporain, Lyons, 1992
  • Europa-Europa, Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle Bonn, 1994
  • 1995 - Mit Haut und Haar, (Natalia LL, Marina Abramović, Valie Export, Friederike Pezold), Forum Schloss Platz, Aarau/Schweiz
  • Arteast Collection, Moderna Galerija Ljubljana, 2006
  • 1,2,3… Avant-Gardes, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warszawa, 2007

Collections[edit]

  • Prace artystki prezentowane były na ważnych wystawach sztuki w kraju i zagranicą m.in. IX Biennale de Paris, 1975
  • XV Biennale Internationale Arte San Paulo, 1979
  • Erotik in der Kunst, Kunstverein München; 1982
  • La Photographie Polonaise, Paryż, 1982
  • Europa-Europa, Bonn, 1994
  • Natalia LL – Ogrody personalizmu, Warszawa, 1998
  • Podsumowania, 2004

Photo gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ O'Hagan, Sean (13 December 2017). "The top 10 photography exhibitions of 2017". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 9 February 2018. 
  2. ^ "60. urodziny ZPAF" (in Polish). Fotopolis.pl. 21 May 2007. Archived from the original on 12 November 2013. Retrieved 12 November 2013. 

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