Polish born visual artist. She works in painting and sculpture, and has been developing her original technique of lacquer-covered sculpture since 2004.
Having left Poland, she moved to Geneva, Switzerland, where she studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, and subsequently, in 1977, to Paris, where she received education in art history and archaeology from the University of Paris.
In 1980 she studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Paris.
Major exhibitions of Aliska Lahusen (from last 8 years): Confluence, Manggha Museum ofJapanese Art and Technology, Kraków, Poland (2018); Paysages Urbains, Cloître de Billettes, Paris, France (2017); From Portrait to Self-Portrait, Galerie Jour et Nuit Culture, Paris, France (2017); L’art de la croix, la croix dans l’art, Galerie Roi Doré, Paris, France (2016); Pérégrinations, Galerie Rosa Turetsky, Geneva, Switzerland (2015), A Journey to Japan, Manggha Museum ofJapanese Art and Technology, Kraków, Poland (2014); Une spiritualité au féminin, Musée d’artsacré, Dijon and Musée du Hiéron, Paray le Monial, France (2013); Art Bosphorus; Karavan Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey (2012); Art, Pologne, aujourd’hui, Chartres, France (2010).