Natalya Tali Margolin is a visual artist working in acrylic, oil and mixed media. In her paintings Margolin focuses on creating an airy transparency and light, calmness and emotional authenticity. In mixed media works she presents a contemporary approach to traditional drawing methods, crossing a boundary between drawing, painting and sculpture. While traces of visually accurate representation can be found within her works, Margolin juxtaposes this graceful aesthetic with a more physical process of ripping, braking and constructing, incorporating uncommon textures and materials.
Natalya Tali Margolin holds BFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York and MA, Art from the Lehman College, New York.
Margolin’s first solo exhibition was held in 2014 at Marks JCH, NYC. In 2019 her works will be on view in solo exhibition at Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton, VA and two-person show at BSB Gallery in Trenton, NJ. In 2020 she will have two-person show at Gallery Route One, Pt.Reyes, CA and solo exhibition at Noyes Museum of Art, Hammonton, NJ, featuring her mixed media works.
Margolin's work has been part of group shows at Charles H. Wright Museum, Detroit; New Britain Museum of American Art, CT; Penn State Abington Art Gallery; Taipei Economic and Cultural Center, NYC; LBI Foundation for Arts and Science, NJ; Gallery Aferro, NJ; Trestle Gallery, NYC; Pierro Gallery, NJ; 440 Gallery, NYC; West Windsor Arts Center, NJ; American Artists Professional League, NYC; Philadelphia Sketch Club, PA; Governor's Island, NYC; Target Gallery, VA; Aljira - Center for Contemporary Art, NJ; Site:Brooklyn Gallery, NYC; and others.