She studied at PWSSP in Łódź, graduating in 1996.
She deals with painting, photography, embroidery, creates objects-clothes of nonutilitarian character.
In painting, photography and objects she is interested in deep psychological portrait in which the body is a form of reliquary – "a can for a spirit". Her earlier works are quite close to the "classic" portrait images. But the point is not to give precisely the facial features, but to get the essence and energy. People from her paintings are stiffened and even "packed" in rigid forms. With this method of treatment the characters, when the overall form is buckled and reserved, every little gesture – hand movement, lock of hair, small wounds, scratches of silver in the background – acquires a meaning and builds expression of the image. With time, next to images of people, parts of a body appeared in her paintings: hands and crannies of corporeality – ears, navel, eyes, tissues, intestines and strands of hair. These "fragments" depicted with care are also portraits, in the mind of the author – more intimate than facial likenesses. The painting techniques had changed together with the shift in subjects. In 2004 the canvas was replaced by a chalk mortar on the board, which allows the author for relief treatment of surface in order to give the illusion of pulsing, softness, warmth of a body, penetration into the picture, and installation of small objects, hair, membranes, illusive coatings and organs. "(...) by this gesture the author – actually and symbolically – identifies the picture with the body. She paints not images of the body, but body of the image... The image becomes 'corporeal' matter" Following Magdalena Moskwa's painting over the years, we have an impression of slow, continuous approach from the overall image to the smallest parts of the body, skin, and even interior of the body. Recently rising tangibility, smooth and soft formed surfaces arouse the desire to touch the painting. This "zoom" – in the latest paintings bordering with abstract representations – in the mind of the author allows her to throw through the picture clearer and more universal charge of expression and energy. Objects-clothes created by Magdalena Moskwa are form of mental suits, special costumes collecting imprints of the body. Rigid jackets which she has made since 2008 are a type of armor, which ties, but also protects, and they relate directly to the form of convex "shirts" from the images.

Born in 1967. She lives and works in Lodz.
2015 Award The Guarantee of Culture 2015 in the category of Visual Arts
1996 Master degree on Faculty of Textile and Faschion at the Strzeminski Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Łódź (Department of Textile Print)
1994 Scholarship from Minister of Culture and Arts

COLLECTION OF WORKS CAN BE FOUND IN:
Museum of Art in Łódź
The Society for Encouragement of the Fine Arts in Łódź, Signes of Time 2004-2013
Galeria Opus in Łódź
City Art Gallery in Łódź
Private Collections

EXHIBITIONS:
1997 Ja, Museum of City History, Łódź
1998 Women and Men, Manhattan Gallery, Łódź
2000 The Most Dangerous Brushes, Królikarnia, Warsaw
2001 Woman on Woman, BWA Bielsko Biała
2002 International Young Art 2002, Art Link, New York, Tel Aviv, Amsterdam
2003 The Open Exhibition, Book Art Museum, Łódź
2003 Painting of the Year, Królikarnia, Warsaw
2004 Made in, Strasbourg
2004 Nomana I, individual exhibition, Opus Gallery, Łódź
2004 Within four walls, Biennale of Lodz Art
2004 Beauty or Painting Effect, BWA Bielsko Biała, BWA Wrocław
2005 m-Łódź identification, BWA, Łódź, Arsenał, Poznań, BWA Bielsko-Biała, Wozownia, Toruń
2005 Nomana II, individual exhibition, ABC Gallery, Poznań
2005 EGO, Laureate's exhibition of Wł. Strzemiński's contest during the celebration of the 60'th anniversary of ASP in Lodz
2006 Her Portrait - not Precise, Manhattan Gallery, Łódź
2006 Correspondances, Hall des Chars, Strasbourg
2006 Inner state, CK Zamek, Poznań
2006 Art Night, Book Art Museum, Łódź
2006 Survival art, Willa Gallery, Łódź
2006 Breakfast In the Museum, Collection of the Society for Encouragement of the Fine Arts In Łódź, Museum of Art in Łódź
2006 Nomana III, individual exhibition, Galeria Sztuki Sceny Plastycznej KUL, Lublin
2006 Nomana IV, individual exhibition, Artinfo.pl Galery in Fabryka Trzciny, Warsaw
2007 Art Amsterdam 2007, Klima Bocheńska Gallery, Amsterdam
2007 Viennafair 2007, Piekary Gallery, Vien
2007 17 mgnień wiosny, Piekary Gallery, BWA Sopot
2007 Nomana V, individual exhibition, Galeria Nowych Mediów, Gorzów Wielkopolski
2007 Berliner Liste 2007, Piekary Gallery, Berlin
2007 Depression, Arsenał Gallery, Białystok
2007 Power of formalism, Museum of Art in Łódź
2007 Nomana VI, individual exhibition, Raven Gallery, Kraków
2007 Nomana VII, individual exhibition, Wizytująca Galeria, Warsaw
2008 Nomana VIII, individual exhibition, Piekary Gallery, Poznań
2008 Depression, Bunkier Sztuki, Kraków
2008 Behind the Reality Principle, Collection of art of the 20th and 21st centuries, Museum of Art in Łódź
2008 Magda Moskwa, Kiraly Gabor exhibition, Platan Gallery, Polish Institute, Budapeszt
2008 CDN, Lodz 4 Cultures Festival, Łódź
2008 Nomana IX, individual exhibition, Opus Gallery, Łódź
2009 Der katholische Faktor, Historisches Museum Minoritenkirche, Regensburg, Germany
2009 A2, -1 Gallery, Polish Olympic Center, Warsaw
2010 Dress, CSW, Elektrownia, Radom, CK Zamek, Poznań
2010 Nomana X, individual exhibition, Amfilada Gallery, Olsztyn
2010 Intimacy, Flying Gallery, Warsaw
2011 Nomana XI, individual exhibition, Nowy Wiek Gallery, Zielona Góra
2011 Dirty Water, PGS Sopot
2011 Beautiful Weather, Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw
2011 New tendencies in polish painting 2, BWA Gallery, Bydgoszcz
2011 Beata Ewa Białecka, Magdalena Moskwa, El Gallery, Elbląg
2012 Correspondences. Modern Art and Universalism, Museum of Art in Łódź
2012 Lodz In Wien, Dasviadukt, Vienna
2013 Fleshness of an image, individual exhibition, Wozownia Art Gallery, Toruń
2013 Nomana XII, individual exhibition, Opus Gallery, Łódź
2013 Nomana XIII, individual exhibition, OdNowa Gallery, ASP Łódź
2013 For Encouragement to Museum, Museum of Art in Łódź
2013 Biographies of Things, Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Warsaw
2014 As You Can See: Polish Art today, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw
2014 Corporeal Continuum, 13 muz Gallery, Szczecin
2014 Nomana XIV, individual exhibition, Wizytująca Galeria, Warsaw
2014 Corporeal Continuum, Wozownia Art Gallery, Toruń
2014 Corpus, National Gallery of Art, Warsaw
2014 The Reality of the Image, City Art Gallery in Lodz
2015 Magda Moskwa Nomana, retrospective exhibition, Museum of Art in Łódź
2015 (Nie) dotykaj! Haptyczne aspekty sztuki polskiej po 1945 roku, CSW, Toruń
2015 State of Life – Polish Contemporary Art within a Global Circumstance, National Art Museum of China, Beijing
2015 Zuzanna Ginczanka. Only happiness is true life, Muzeum Literatury, Warsaw
2015 Woman painters, Galeria Biała, Lublin
2016 Utopia–Dystopia–Atopia, ASP, ,Łódź
2016 Art next to fashion, CSW, Toruń
2016 Things, Muzeum Archeologiczne i Etnograficzne, Łódź

OTHER:
2008 Costumes for theatrical performances Macbeth, directed by Mariusz Grzegorzek, Teatr im. Stefana Jaracza, Łódź