NATALIA LL. Nudity and Feminism [video]

In an interview with Agnieszka Sural, Natalia LL, author of the famous Consumer Art, discusses nudity in her art and its censorship. “A body is the most beautiful ‘thing’ owned by people”, the artist says. “Showing nudity in performance art is a natural thing, because a person is then exactly who they are.”   For English subtitles press CC button

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NATALIA LL. From Ceramics to Photography [video]

Natalia LL (i.e. Natalia Lach-Lachowicz) is one of the most important Polish artists of the second half of the 20th century, and a co-creator of an international feminist movement. In an interview with Agnieszka Sural, she speaks about her first artistic experience with fabrics and ceramic design, the beginnings of conceptual photography in Poland and about the only photography workplace in Poland, which operated at Wrocław’s Academy of Fine Arts in the 1960’s.   For English subtitles press CC button.

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NATALIA LL. Wrocław and the Origins of PERMAFO Gallery [video]

The legend of Polish neo avant-garde and conceptual art talks about the Wrocław artistic environment, where Polish conceptualism was born in the 60’s and 70’s. Natalia LL recalls the days when discussions about modern art took place at the now-defunct Mona Liza Gallery, owned by Jerzy Ludwiński, and at the PERMAFO Gallery, owned by the artist and her husband Andrzej Lachowicz. PERMAFO (the name is play on words permanentna fotografia / permanent photography) was the one of the few places where new media (photography, film, performance art), already popular in the West, were promoted.   For...

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