(Żywiec, 1937 – Wrocław, 2022)

Natalia Lach-Lachowicz was a provocative multi-media artist, mainly active in the field of performance art, film, video, photography and photographic installations and native art.

In 1970 she co-founded the PERMAFO Gallery in Wrocław with her then partner, Andrzej Lachowicz, and Zbigniew Dłubak. Since 1975 she has been engaged in the International Feminist Art movement, and is a pioneer of feminist art in Poland. She is most known for her series Consumer Art (1972), which paired consumption and erotic motifs. Her art is very engaged in social and political issues. She worked in the media of photography, performance art, experimental films, videos, installations and sculptures.