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Contacts:
phone: +31 6 49168480
email: natalyagrezina@gmail.com

Natalia Grezina was born on 4 December 1987. She graduated from Moscow State University (Sevastopol branch), Faculty of Sciences (Geography). Currently lives and works in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Studied contemporary art at Free Workshops (MMOMA, Moscow, Russia).
Creative fields: installation, objects, embroidery, graphics.

Personal exhibitions:

2019 — ‘Under the mountain’, CCI Fabrika, Moscow, Russia
2019 — ‘The Black Sea Always Turns Black’, Raw Gallery, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
2018 — ‘Fame’, Elektrozavod Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Selected group exhibitions:

2019 — ‘Blood in the corner of the eye’. The Others Art Fair, Turin, Italy
2019 — ‘Technogenic’. Hiedanrannan Kartano, Tampere, Finland
2019 — ‘Will you be a witness? 2007/19’ CCI Fabrika, Moscow, Russia
2019 — ‘Sans (T)reve et Sans Merci’. Cube Moscow, Russia
2018 — ‘Workshop’18: Systems of Secret Symbols’. Special project of the 6-th Moscow youth biennale of contemporary art. MMOMA, 10 Gogolevsky Boulevard, Moscow, Russia
2018 — ‘Convenient Art’. Special project of the 6-th Moscow youth biennale of contemporary art. MMOMA, 10 Gogolevsky Boulevard, Moscow, Russia
2018 — ‘Artistry’. Special project of the 6-th Moscow youth biennale of contemporary art. Memorial house of A. Vasnetsov, State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2018 — ‘U.A…’. XL Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2017—2018 — ‘MMXVII*’. Elektrozavod Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2017 — ‘Workshop’17: There, Where No One Has Dreams: From Sacred Geography To No-Place’. MMOMA, 10 Gogolevsky Boulevard, Moscow, Russia
2016 — ‘Cultural code. Non-random generation’. Museum of Tauris, Simferopol, Crimea
2014 — ‘Power of light’. Kroshitsky Museum of Arts, Sevastopol, Crimea
2012 — ‘Reconstruction of Idleness’. Faina Gallery, Sevastopol, Crimea
2010 — International festival ‘Balaklava Odyssey’. Participant of ‘Bric-a-Brac’ association, Mikhailovsky Ravelin, Sevastopol, Crimea

Art Residencies
2016, 2014 — ‘Bereg’ Art residency, Nikolayevka, Crimea