Born in 1977 in Poland, Tatiana Wolska lives and works in Brussels (BE). She completed her degree at Villa Arson (FR) in 2007. Wolska uses humble, discarded materials to create sprawling biomorphic sculptures. Her works on paper are integral part of her practice. She was awarded a prestigious Salon de Montrouge prize in 2014, which led to the solo presentation of her works at Palais de Tokyo. Amongst the institutional exhibitions she took part in are Domaine de la Chamarande, Duchamp Art Center, Yvetot, Fondation Villa Datris, L’Isle-sur- la-Sorgue, Frac Centre-Val de Loire, Orléans, Les Tanneries, Amilly, Van Buuren Museum, Brussels, Fondation Boghossian, Brussels, Galerie de la Marine, Nice, FRAC Corse, FRAC PACA, Marseille.
Represented by l'étrangère.
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