World Ceramics Biennale
South Korea, 2005
Honorable Mention
The 3th World Ceramic Biennale 2003 Korea International Competition
World Ceramic Exposition Foundation, Icheon World Ceramic Center, South Korea
Museo Internazionale delle ceramiche in Faenza fondazione
Italy, 2003
53rd Internatitional Ceramic Competition
The Exhibition "The shape between continuity and innovation",
International Museum of Ceramics, Faenza, Italy.
World Ceramics Biennale
South Korea, 2003
Honorable Mention
The 2nd World Ceramic Biennale 2003 Korea International Competition
World Ceramic Exposition Foundation, Icheon World Ceramic Center, South Korea
National Center for Fine Arts, Giza, Egypt
Ministry of Culture of Egypt, Fine Arts Sector.
5th CAIRO International Biennale for Ceramics 2000
Afisha, April Ukraine, 2001
Decorative Art of Ukraine of the end of XXth century
Ukraine, 2002
ELLE Ukraine
October, 2002
Salon, Ukraine # 2, 2002
ELLE Ukraine, June, 2001
Art ceramics
Curator: Zoya Chegusova >>>
Recently in Ya-Design gallery Natalia Laluque opend her new show >>>
Fonts Design Competition in Moscow Type-Art winners:
Natalia Makeyeva and Victor Kharik >>>
New ceramics works by Natalia Laluque in Gonchary Gallery >>>
Ceramics By Natalia Laluque feachured in ELLE >>>
Station Gallery
Spring/Summer 2009
Artist Natalia Laluque sits down with Station Gallery's Curator Olexander Wlasenko and Education Coordinator Deborah Nolan to discuss her work, her methods and life as an artist.
Featured on January's cover are media giant Shan Chandrasekar, Mission Mayor James Atebe, community advocate Maggie Ip and painter Natalia Laluque, four out of more than 100 immigrants who have been nominated for Top 25 Canadian Immigrants of 2009 awards.
Canadian Immigrant
January 2009
Collection X
The Art Gallery of Ontario
November 2008
Collection X 
Canadiana Project is a mixed media series that blends historical and contemporary symbols... >>>
One Root...
Many Routes

KUMF Gallery
May 2008
Group Exhibition curated by Olexander Wlasenko
The Ukrainian Canadian Foundation, Toronto. >>>
Canadian Immigrant
December 2007
Painting a masterpiece
Ukrainian Canadian Natalia Laluque moved to Toronto four years ago with a dream and a paintbrush, now she has a new gallery and project in the works... >>>
Facets of Perfection on an Earth Vessel
Natalia Laluque was borne to be an artist. Her road to success she paved herself setting clear milestone: a best student at art school...
Ceramics Art and Perception # 63 Australia, 2006
BLOG: VoCA offers critical commentary on the Canadian art scene, with a focus on Toronto. Featuring exhibition previews, critics picks, interviews and in-depth articles on art... By Andrea Carson
July 22nd, 2009
A Fresh Perspective: The Canadiana Project >>>


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Untitled: Contemporary art in Toronto and beyond.
By Murray Whyte
Tastes Canadian/
Canadian tastes: Natalie Laluque at Station Gallery, Whitby >>>




Gallery: Face of Canada by Ukrainian Brush >>>
By Harriet Cooper:
Kayaks, hot air balloon and hockey players – a marriage made on canvas  >>>