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Glasgow: Natalia Poniatowska
February 2 - March 7
In the age of constant questioning of the connection between us, humans, and the nature that surrounds us, the HUMANATURE exhibition came to being as a subconscious selection of images that represent the current mood of such conversations. Through the images that were created in different places and environments, it delivers the cohesive image of our relationship with the world, both natural and man-made. HUMANATURE does not deliver an answer or points towards a certain issue, but rather stays ambiguous in its outlook and leaves the interpretation to the spectator.
HUMANATURE started with an interest in tourist’s behaviour in nature – (photographs made during artists’ residency in Iceland, 2018).
Natalia Poniatowska graduated from Fine Art Photography at The Glasgow School of Art, Natalia displayed her works in various locations: Royal Scottish Academy – New Contemporaries 2019 in Edinburgh, The National Museum of Cracow, 12 Star Gallery in London, ARCHIP in Prague, House For An Art Lovers in Glasgow, Orms in Cape Town, 5&33 Gallery in Amsterdam, Pingyao International Photography Festival in China, The Waterhouse Gallery in Maastricht, Lillie Art Gallery in Milingavie, Citizen M in Glasgow, and more.
She received the Adam Bruce Thomson Award 2019, the British Journal of Photography Breakthrough Award 2017, Debuts 2018, Grand Press Photo 2018, Wena 2012, and she was selected as one of 15 best graduates in creative fields by It’s Nice That in 2018.
Natalia grew up in the industrial realm of Silesian region in the Southern part of Poland (Bytom) and after 7 years in Scotland, she recently moved to Warsaw, Poland.