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Natalya Zarovnaya



Natalya Zarovnaya was born in Tomsk.
She was graduated from the Graphic Arts Department of the Pedagogical Institute in Khabarovsk.
1983 – Member of the Union of Artists.
1990 – Biennale Award, Kaliningrad.
1998 – Biennale Award, Kaliningrad

Natalya’s works are held in: State Museum of Fine Arts by A.S. Pushkin. Moscow; State Russian Museum. St. Petersburg; Museum of Printed Graphic Arts, Lublin, Poland; Museum of Modern Arts, Braski, Brazil; Art Museum, Portland, USA; Contemporary Art Museum, Kaliningrad, Russia; within corporative and private collections.

Solo exhibitions

1980 – The editorial hall of Moscow “Youth” magazine
1984 – Moscow Union of Artist’s Hall. Moscow
1993 – Gallery «Persona» Moscow
1996 – Gallery Punkt. Moscow
1999 – Art Gallery. Kaliningrad
2000 – Gallery «RosIzo». Moscow
2001 –“Moscow in the Halifax”. Ormond, USA
The Casements Cultural Center. Ormond, USA
2002 – Gallery 7. Moscow
Russian Gallery of the Russian Embassy. Tallinn, Estonia
2003 – “Graphic linguistics”. Gallery “Manege”. Moscow
2006 – «Basic Element». Elena Vrublevskaya Gallery. Moscow
2008 – “Architecture”. Elena Vrublevskaya Gallery. Moscow
2009 – «From Russia with Love», Gallery «Epreuve d’Artiste», Antwerp, Belgium
2012 – «New York – New York», «Sputnik» Gallery, New York, USA

Group exhibitions

Participates in the exhibitions since 1968
1997 – International Printed Graphic Arts Exhibition. Portland Art Museum, USA;
Museum Panorama Mesdag. Hague, Netherlands
1998 – Biennale of Graphic Arts. Kaliningrad;
2nd International Triennial of Graphic Arts Prague-98
1999 – Book Festival in Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
2000 – Art Book Fair. Leipzig, Germany;
Biennale. Kaliningrad
2001 – «Abstraction in Russia». Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
2003 – «Senezh» studio. «55 Etchings». Pushkin State Museum, Moscow;
“Etching from Rembrandt till our days”. Pushkin State Museum, Moscow
2004 – «Objects and Things». State Museum of Decorative and Applied Arts, Moscow;
Biennale of Graphic Arts. Krakow, Poland;
Biennale of Graphic Arts, Novosibirsk
2004 – «Eurographic Moscow – 2004», Moscow;
The «Inner Asia», Novosibirsk, Khanty-Mansiysk;
Art-Moscow – 2004, Moscow
2005 – Art-Moscow – 2005, Moscow;
Biennale of Graphic Arts, Novosibirsk;
Busan International Print Art Festival. Busan, South Korea;
«Russian schedule 18-20 centuries» – the project «New Arrivals», Pushkin State Museum, Moscow
2005 –«Author books between text and image». National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow
2006 – «Yellow pages». Gallery Kovcheg, Moscow;
«A Small Belgian History», Elena Vrublevskaya Gallery, Moscow
2007 – 5th Biennale of Graphic Arts. Novosibirsk
2007 – Art-Moscow – 2007, Moscow
2008 – Art-Moscow – 2008, Moscow
2009 – 6th Biennale «Art graphics». Novosibirsk
2010 – «5» in the hall of Moscow Union of Artists on Kuznetsky Most, 20, Moscow;
Art Moscow-2010, Moscow
2011 – 10th Biennale printmaking. Kaliningrad
2014 – «Window» in the hall of Moscow Union of Artists on Starosadsky. Moscow;
XIV Moscow International Art Salon «Connection of times». Central House of Artists, Moscow