Natasha Caruana

August 2017

08.08.17 - Event

Event

Museum of Broken Relationships 

Self Love + Love Spell

Monday 7th August
16.00 - 17.30 

6751 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Link to: Event



July 2017

27.07.17 - Exhibition

Exhibition

HOUSE Biennial 

'HOUSE and Photoworks present a new co-commission by Natasha Caruana for this year’s HOUSE Biennial. Timely Tale is a lens-based work set against a backdrop of love, desire and health in the age of Excess - the theme for this year’s HOUSE Biennial. These topics are discussed in the artwork through the vehicle of the artist’s mother - Penny - and the audience will see the work in the setting of a ‘medical waiting room.'

University of Brighton Gallery, Edward Street

30 September - 5 November 2017

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June 2017

22.06.17 - Exhibition

Exhibition

Foundation for Art and Creative Technology 

The New Observatory 

The New Observatory transforms our galleries into an observatory for the 21st century. In collaboration with the Open Data Institute, the exhibition brings together an international group of artists whose work explores new and alternative modes of measuring, predicting, and sensing the world today through data, imagination and other observational methods.

Natasha is showing Curtain of Broken Dreams & Divorce Index  as part of the group show. 

88 Wood Street,
Liverpool,
L1 4DQ 

22 June 2017 - 1 October 2017

Link to: Exhibition



April 2017

20.04.17 - Exhibition

Exhibition

PROYECTA

Fairytale for Sale

Plaza Mayor, 28012 Madrid, Spain

April 20th - 21st
20.00- 22.00 

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12.04.17 - Event

Event

Univeristy of the Arts Helsinki

Prognostics Lecture: Natasha Caruana

Exhibition Laboratory
Yleisöluento

April 12th
18:00 - 20:00

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March 2017

19.03.17 - Event

Event

The Photography Show 2017

Women in Photography

NEC Birmingham B40 1NT

March  19th
13.00 - 14.00 

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14.03.17 - Publication

Publication

 RAW View Magazine

Women Looking at Women 

Fairytale for Sale features alongside other female artists in issue 7 of RAW View. This issue Women Looking at Women is curated by Susan Meiselas. 

Link to: Magazine



February 2017

09.02.17 - Talk

Talk

Photo Forum 

Tuesday 14th 
19:30–22:00

The Print Space
74 Kingsland Road,
E2 8DL London

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January 2017

10.01.17 - Talk

Talk

The Croydon Photography Forum 

CVA Resource Centre 82 London Road

London, CR2 7DG
United Kingdom

January 10, 2017

06:45pm 

Link to: Event
 



November 2016

22.11.16 - Exhibition

Exhibition

International Center of Photography Museum 

Public, Private, Secret  - Solo Show at the ICP Project space 

"The clandestine nature of both the meetings and Caruana’s documentation of them puts the viewers in the position of voyeur and detective, implicated in the various breaches of trust unfolding in the pictures and seduced into searching for visual clues that might reveal something about the men and their motivations." 

Link to: Article



21.11.16 - Press

Press

Wallpaper 

In pictures: the W* photography desk's 2016 digest of visual inspiration
 

'Over the course of a year, Caruana went on 80 dates with married men, in order to document the experience with a disposable camera and a voice recorder disguised in her red purse. The accessory has become an iconic emblem of the collection, making it immediately recognisable.' 

Link to: Article 



14.11.16 - Research

Research

Museum of Broken Relationships LA 

Research trip

November 2016 

Link to: Museum 



October 2016

26.10.16 - Talk

Talk

RedEye

Trolling the artist with Natasha Caruana

'Natasha Caruana is no stranger to online criticism. Her ethically charged performative processes wrestle with the delicate balance of love and hate, calling into question widely held ideals of morality and our mediated perceptions of betrayal.' 

Rise, Manchester

26 October 2016

19:00 to 20:30

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23.10.16 - Talk

Talk

London College of Communication 

October 2016 

 



September 2016

15.09.16 - Publication

Publication

Surveillance Index Edition One 
By Mark Ghuneim

Surveillance Index Edition One is a collection of one hundred books related to surveillance photography.
Books are indexed by Year, Title, Photographer, Description, Size, and Code. 

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August 2016

16.08.16 - Press

Press

British Journal of Photography 

BMW Residency 

"It's an experience the British photographer wouldn't trade and one that has had a tremendous impact on her career and artistic practice" by Laurence Butet-Roch

Link to: Article



15.08.16 - Exhibition

Exhibition

Beefhaus Gallery 

DAYADAHAHA

27th August

833 Exposition Ave, Dallas, TX 75226, USA

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June 2016

21.06.16 - Exhibition

Exhibition

Musée Nicéphore Niépce

The Eye of The Expert 

'The Niepce Museum presents here Contemporary Photography, in opposition to the art market and to institutionalize it. The experts are all these photographers who continue to make images in a world saturated image in questioning constantly practice. This is a selection of photographs exhibited at the Museum Niepce past 20 years. Support for French and international creation, home residences, corpora of works able to give a complete picture of the career of an artist, print production under the direction of the photographers, the choice of the museum allowed in nearly 20 years to open its collections to reflect on the world and on the photographic medium through the eye artists expert.'

18th June - 18th September

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21.06.16 - Review

Review

Haaretz 

There goes the Bride 

'One chooses black square, another a white one, there are ellipses and emoticons and more, creating a bizarre tribe of spastic gestures, a band of deleted nothings, identity concealed victims of an unknown disaster.'

by Galia Yahav

 

 

 



May 2016

21.05.16 - Exhibition

Exhibition

The Artists Residence

What hurts too much to remember we simply choose to forget  

'As we often recall a particular event, therefore, the greater the chances that we remember has been moved away from the original memory. A copy of a copy of a copy. Memory does not function as an instrument for recording. Is constructive - or, more accurately, re-constructive (restored and unrestored)' - Charms-Ilan Ran

21st May 2016 

Link to: Exhibition