Born in 1937 in Zywiec, Natalia Lach-Lachowicz, or Natalia LL, is a pioneer of feminist art in Poland. Already in her early works she deals with the female subject in a patriarchal, increasingly consumerist society and were quickly perceived/ackknowledged by well-known feminist critics such as Lucy Lippard. In 1963, Natalia LL received her diploma from the State High School of Arts in Wroclaw (currently the Academy of Fine Arts). Together with her fellow artists Andrzej Lachowicz, Zbigniew Dlubak and Antoni Dzieduszycki, she founded and directed the PERMAFO Gallery, which offered artists a space for experiments in photography. Natalia LL was a lecturer at the University of Arts in Poznan from 2004 to 2013. Her works include painting, sculpture, installation, photography, video, performance and drawing. She lives and works in Wroclaw.