Biography Natalya Zaloznaya

1960  in Minsk, Belarus

 

Biography
She graduated from the Belarusian Academy of Arts in 1985. In 1997, Natalya was granted two European traineeships sponsored by foundations KulturKontakt (Vienna, Austria) and Künstlerhaus Boswil (Switzerland). Since 2000, Natalya has been living and working in Brussels, Belgium. In 2005 her work was shown at the 51st Venice Biennale. She frequently participates in Artist-in-Residence programs such as the VI International Symposium «Alanika», Vladikavkaz, North Ossetia in 2012 and Artist-in-Residence « Mark Rothko», Daugavpils, Latvia in 2013. Natalya Zaloznaya’s art has been extensively exhibited in both Europe and the United States. Her works can be found in the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow (Russia) and the Belarusian National Museum, Minsk (Belarus) as well as a significant number of private collections throughout the world.

 

Solo exhibitions (selection)
2018 – Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Heusden, Holland
2017  – А&V Art Gallery, Minsk, Belarus
2017 – Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Heusden, Holland
2017 – 11.12 Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2016 – Dukley Art Center, Kotor, Montenegro
2016 – Zedes Art Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
2014 – Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Heusden, Holland
2014 – Gallery “Espace Blanche”, Brussels, Belgium
2014 – 11.12 Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2014 – Artaban Gallery, Paris, France
2013 – Gallery “Neva”, Aarau, Switzerland
2013 – Gallery “De Twee Pauwen”, The Hague, Holland
2011 – Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Heusden, Holland
2010 – Group 2 Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
2010 – Colourblind Gallery, Cologne, Germany
2010 – Contemporary Art Museum, Minsk, Belarus
2010 – Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Heusden, Holland
2009 – Gallery “Volga”, Moscow, Russia
2009 – Gallery “De Twee Pauwen”, The Hague, Holland
2008 – Gallery “Volga”, Moscow, Russia
2008 – Group 2 Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
2008 – Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Heusden, Holland
2007 – Gallery “De Twee Pauwen”, The Hague, Holland
2007 – Ludwig Lefevere Gallery, Knokke-Zoute, Belgium
2007 – Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Heusden, Holland
2006 – Group 2 Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
2006 – Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Heusden, Holland
2005 – Group 2 Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
2005 – Spectrum Gallery, London, UK
2005 – Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Heusden, Holland
2004 – Gertsev Gallery, Atlanta, USA
2004 – Royden Prior Gallery, Eton, UK
2004 – Galerie “Septentrion”, Marcq-en-Baroeul, France
2003 – Marc Van Meensel Gallery, Zelem-Halen, Belgium
2002 – Gertsev Gallery  , Moscow, Russia
2002 – Gallery “Paradigma”, Brussels, Belgium
2002 – Gallery “Espace Blanche”, Brussels, Belgium
2002- Covalenko Galerie, Geldrop, Hollande
2002- Galerie“Septentrion“,Marcq-en-Baroeul,France
2001- Marsha Child Contemporary,Princeton,New Jersey,USA
1998 – Gertsev Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1998 – Gallery “d’Haudrecy”, Knokke-Zoute, Belgium
1997 – “Bibliothek”, Kunstlerhaus, Boswil, Switzerland
1997 – KulturKontakt, Vienna, Austria
1992 – National Art Museum of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus

 

Participation in art fairs
2017 – Art The Hague, The Hague, by Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Holland
2017 –  Rotterdam Contemporary Art Fair, by Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Holland
2017 –  Forreal  Amsterdam, by Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Holland
2016 –  Rotterdam Contemporary Art Fair, by Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Holland
2015 –  Rotterdam Contemporary Art Fair, by Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Holland
2014 – Art The Hague, The Hague,
2014 – Scope Basel, by 11.12 Gallery,  Basel, Switzerland
2014 – KunstRai, by Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Amsterdam, Holland
2014 – Art Paris, by Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Paris, France
2013 – Art Elysées, by Gallery Shchukin, Paris, France
2013 – Art Southampton, by Gallery Shchukin, New York, USA
2013 – Art Palm Beach, by Gallery Shchukin, Florida, USA
2012 – Shanghai Art Fair, by Gallery Shchukin, Shanghai, China
2012 – Art Elysées, by Gallery Shchukin, Paris, France
2012 – ArtAntique, by Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Utrecht, Holland
2005-2014 – Realisme Art Fair, by Lilja Zakirova Gallery, Amsterdam, Holland

 

Group exhibitions (selection)
2012 – “Food for Thought”, Zedes Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
2012 – “Reflexion total”,  Museum Viseum, Wetzlar, Germany
2004 – 51 Biennale, Venice, Italy
2003 – “Art from Minsk” Kunsthof-88, Almelo, Holland
2000 – “New Art of Belarus ”, Contemporary Art Centre, Warsaw, Poland
1999 – “Communication Front”, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
1996 – “Bel-Art-Transit”, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
1995 – “On the Gallery”, National Art Museum of Belarus, Minsk
1994 – “Artists from Minsk”, Bonn, Germany
1994 – “7 Artists from Belarus”, Bratislava, Nitra, Slovakia
1994 – “Belarusian painting” , Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
1992 – “Lessons of Bad Art”, Palace of Arts, Minsk, Belarus

 

Book
Natalya Zaloznaya – Borderless Kingdom