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Katarina V

1977
Poland

20 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Katarina V

La Dama con la Sfera

2014

50 x 140 x 80cm

70000,00 €

Patriarca

2012

80 x 90 x 70cm

30000,00 €

Il Trono

2009

26 x 53 x 30cm

12000,00 €

Vestale

2007

25 x 55 x 30cm

12000,00 €

Sospesa

2007

40 x 60 x 40cm

13000,00 €

Stefana

2002

10 x 30 x 10cm

7000,00 €

La Dama con la Sfera Bifacciale

2014

100 x 120 x 100cm

70000,00 €

Miserere

2014

30 x 40 x 30cm

12000,00 €

Out of Africa 2

2013

60 x 190 x 70cm

70000,00 €

Venus de Tanglin

2018

25 x 60 x 25cm

15000,00 €

Venus de Sardegna

2019

30 x 60 x 30cm

15000,00 €

Sciamana

2015

62 x 100 x 55cm

36000,00 €

Amor Vincit Omnia

2020

100 x 38 x 40cm

40000,00 €

Madre Natura 2

2019

50 x 80 x 50cm

36000,00 €

Venus de Turkana

2019

25 x 60 x 25cm

15000,00 €

Non Omnis Moriar

2021

30 x 72 x 44cm

18000,00 €

Angeli 2

2021

20 x 65 x 32cm

10000,00 €

De Rerum Natura

2020

15 x 30 x 20cm

10000,00 €

Stefana

2002

60 x 180 x 50cm

70000,00 €

La Giustizia

2022

30 x 30 x 30cm

9000,00 €

1977 Born in Poland.

The bronze sculptures of Katarina V are extremely evocative: they focus on the study of the human figure, in particular the female one, which is represented in all the beauty and sensuality of her.


 

1997 Admitted, after successful competition, at the Jagiellonski University, Krakow, Department of History of Art.
1998 Student of Professor Karol Badyna, Professor of Art in the Sculpture Department at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts, Krakow.
1999 Moved to Monaco.
2001 Creation of the first bronze sculpture, Stefana, 180x40 cm.
2009 First exhibition of twelve sculptures at the Yacht Club of Monaco.
Exhibition of about fifteen sculptures at the Plaza Athénée hotel, Paris.
2011 Commitment to the cause of animal protection in various charities.
2013 First meetings and exchanges with the Institut de Paléontologie Humaine, Albert I Foundation of Munich, under the aegis of Professor Henry de Lumley.
Member of the Institut de Paléontologie Humaine, Albert I Foundation of Monaco