Natalia Turnova

1957 was born in Kabul
1983 graduated from the Moscow Higher Industrial Design Department Art-industrial school (formerly Stroganov)
1998 organizer (with Valery Eisenberg) of the alternative program “Espace”
  Lives and works in Moscow
  Muzeum Sztuki w Lodz, Lodz, Poland
  State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
  State Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow
  Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow
Selected solo exhibitions
1990 Natalia Turnova. Regina Gallery, Moscow
1991 Instrumentation (together with Vasily Kravchuk). Regina Gallery, Moscow
1995 Crime. Regina Gallery, Moscow
1996 Kremlin Cup. Sports complex "Olympic", Moscow
1997 End of restricted area. Velta Gallery, Moscow
1998 Chronicle of the last year. Velta Gallery, Moscow
2000 Collection-2000. Regina Gallery, Moscow
2002 Love. Regina Gallery, Moscow
2004 Car dealership. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
  Natalia Turnova: Spiele / Arbeiten 1987-2004. Galerie Marina Sandmann, Berlin
2005 Beyond myself. Stella Art Foundation, Moscow
2007 Mystics. Paperworks Gallery, Moscow
  Generals. Krokin Gallery, Moscow
2008 Painting. Graphics. Objects Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow
Selected group exhibitions
1987 Women artists - World Congress of Women. Artist's House on Kuznetsky Most, Moscow
  Retrospection of the work of Moscow artists. 1957-1987. The Hermitage Amateur Society, Moscow
1988 Glassnost. Kunsthalle, Emden; Galerie Valentine, Stuttgart, Germany
1989 ... until the 33s. Moscow Youth Palace, Moscow
  Out of genre. Moscow Youth Palace, Moscow
  Nuova Realta. Pinacoteca Communale Loggetta Lombardesca, Ravenna, Italy
1990 Woman as an object and subject in art. Exhibition Hall "On Kashirka", Moscow
  The logic of paradox. Moscow Youth Palace, Moscow
1991 Een kip is geen vogel. Galerie Picaron, Amsterdam; Arnheim, Antwerp, Belgium
1996 Leipzig-Moscow. All-Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art, Moscow
1997 Metamorphoses of “quiet life” and dead nature. Subject environment. The end of the twentieth century. Russian Culture Fund, Moscow
1998 Russian feminist. State Literary Museum, Moscow
  It’s the Real Thing. Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States
1999 Heroes. State Exhibition Hall "New Manege", Moscow
2000 Auto-mobil. Polytechnic Museum, Moscow
2002 Counter-revolution. Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art, Moscow
  Feminine art. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. Object space. Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art, Moscow
2004 World of war. Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art, Moscow
2005 Russian pop art. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
2006 The Moscow News. Galerie Kritiku, Prague
2007 10 Triennale Kleinplastik. Fellbach, Germany
2008 Moscow News. Municipal Exhibition Center "Gallery", Izhevsk, Russia