Tatiana Wolska

Born in 1977 in Zawiercie (PO)

Lives and works in Bruxelles (BE)

Tatiana Wolska’s multidisciplinary practice is characterized by organic growth and the proliferation of forms. Her drawings and sculptures, intimately linked in a constant dialogue, bear witness to a research on the sinuosity of curves, the emergence of organic elements and the hybridization of objects. Plastic bottles, nails, recycled wood, furniture elements become foundations for growth and amplification. Through an economy of means and the simplicity of gesture, Wolska brings out the inherent poetic qualities of these recycled materials. Her installations are Promethean and spectacular works that stand

out as monuments of archaic beauty.

Tatiana Wolska graduated from Villa Arson in Nice (FR). She won the “Grand Prix du Salon de Montrouge” in 2014 and was invited by the Pierre Bergé Foundation for a solo show at Palais de Tokyo in Paris (FR). Since then, her work has been regularly shown by international institutions, including Frac Corse in Corte (FR) and Frac PACA (FR) in 2016, Villa Empain in Brussels (BE) and Arsenal Gallery in Poznan (PL) in 2018, Frac Centre-Val de Loire in Orléans (FR) in 2019 and Villa Datris in Paris (FR) in 2020. Her work was recently shown in a retrospective exhibition at the castle of Chamarande in Essonne (FR), as well as Sculpture in the City and Frieze Sculpture, both in London (UK).

 

Represented by Iréne Laub