Natalia Laluq was born in 1968 in Kiev. Lives and works in Toronto (Canada).
Studied at the Olga Krylova Studio (1983 – 1986). Graduated from the Faculty of Book Design and Illustration, from Kyiv Polytechnic University (1993).
The artist works primarily in painting and ceramics.
Presented numerous solo and group projects in Ukraine, Canada, Germany, USA and other countries.
2001 Laluq received the First Prize of Type Art International Competition in Moscow.
Five times received grants of the Ontario Arts Council.
Twice she won Honorable Mention for the World Ceramic Biennale (CEBIKO) in South Korea.
Before the opening of Ya Gallery art center, Natalia Laluq was one of the first artists of Ya Design exhibition space. Founder of Ya Gallery – Pavlo Gudimov considers her his "godmother" in art.
Tollermania,Toller Cranston Studio/Gallery, SMA, GTO, Mexico
The Canadiana Project,Station Community Gallery, Whitby, Canada
New Paintings & Ceramics,Laluque Atelier Gallery, Canada
The Canadiana Project I,Laluque Atelier Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Trypillia, ceramics,Laluque Atelier, Toronto, Canada One-Stop-Transit, graphics, Die-HO Gallery, Westernhusen-Magdeburg, Germany 2004
Laluque at Coach House,paintings, graphics & ceramics, Toronto, Canada Paintings, graphics & ceramics, Arta Gallery, The Distillery District, Toronto, Canada 2003
Paintings & Ceramic Sculptures, Ya Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine 2002
Paintings, Oder 24 Gallery, Berlin, Germany 2001
New Collection, paintings & ceramics, Honchary Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
Another City, paintings, Galerie Im Flur, AMO Culture and Congress House, Magdeburg, Germany Steam Life, paintings, Artists in Residence Gallery, LaGrange, Georgia, the USA,