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Natalia
Zaloznaya

Russia 
born in 1960
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Born in 1960 in Minsk in a family of artist Mikola Zaloznaya. In 1985 he graduated from the Belarusian theatre and art Institute.

Personal exhibitions:

1992 — national art Museum of Belarus. Minsk, Belarus

1997 — KulturKontakt. Vienna, Austria – Bibliothek Kunstelerhaus. Boswil, Switzerland

1998 — d Haudrecy Gallery. Knock, Belgium – Gertsev Gallery. Moscow, Russia

2001 — Marsha Child Contemporary Gallery. Princeton, NJ, USA

2002 — Covalenco Gallery. Geldrop, The Netherlands; Septentrion Gallery. Marcq-EN-Baroeul, France; Espace Blanche Gallery. Brussels, Belgium; Paradigma Art Gallery. Brussels, Belgium; Gertsev Gallery. Moscow, Russia

2003 — Galerie Marc Van Meensel, Zelem-Halen, Belgium; Galerie Covalenco, Geldrop, The Netherlands

2004 — Royden Prior Gallery, Eton, UK; Gertsev Gallery, Atlanta, USA; Gallery Lilia Zakirova, Heusden, the Netherlands; Galerie “Septentrion”, Marcq-EN-Baroeul, Belgium

2005 — Spectrum Gallery, London, UK (with I. Tishin); Gallery Lilia Zakirova, Heusden, the Netherlands;Group 2 Gallery, Brussels, Belgium

Group exhibitions:

1990 — "the gallery". National art Museum of Belarus. Minsk, Belarus – "ART-MIF". Moscow, Russia

1992 — "Lessons of bad art". Minsk, Belarus

1993 — Barbasan Gallery. Saragossa, Spain

1994 — Liebshaft. Minsk, Belarus – "Belarusian artists". CHA. Moscow, Russia – "Seven artists from Russia". Bratislava, Nitra, Slovakia – "art from Minsk". Bonn. Germany

1995 — "Europ'art". Geneva, Switzerland – "the gallery". National art Museum of Belarus. Minsk, Belarus

1996 — "Bel-Art-Transit". CHA. Moscow, Russia – Pieter Breughel Gallery. Amsterdam. Holland – "Index of reality" Gertsev Gallery. Moscow, Russia

1997-2001 — From the Gertsev Gallery collection. Moscow, Russia

1999 — "Communication Front". Plovdiv, Bulgaria

2002 — "New Art of Belarus". Center for contemporary art. Warsaw, Poland; Galerie Covalenko, Geldrop, The Netherlands

2003 —"Art from Minsk" Kunsthof-88, Almelo, Holland

2004 —Galerie "Group 2", Brussels, Belgium; Gallery Lilia Zakirova, Heusden, Holland

2005 —51st Venice Biennale, Italy; Gallery LINK, Gent, Belgium

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