Natasha Caruana

September 2018

04.09.18 - Talk


Photography & Gender Dynamics post #MeToo

14.00 - 17.00

Saturday 29 September

Photographers' Gallery
16-18 Ramillies St
London W1F 7LW

Link to: Tickets


04.09.18 - Exhibition


Cold Cases 

Brighton Photo Fringe 

29 September and 6 October 2018

FREE launch event 10:00 - 11:30

Link to: Exhibition


04.09.18 - Exhibition



21 September 2018 – 6 January 2019

10:00 – 18:00, Tuesday-Sunday

The Science Gallery
Great Maze Pond

Link to: Exhibition

04.09.18 - Exhibition


Confusing Public and Private:The 3rd Beijing Photo Biennial

The Curtain

CAFA Art Museum 

29 September to 29 October 2018


Link to: Exhibition

04.09.18 - Workshop


Cold Cases 
Workshop | Exhibition

Work Show Grow x Juno Calypso

10 - 6
Saturday 1 September 

10-14 Waterloo Place
Brighton BN2 9NB

Link to: Workshop


August 2018

31.08.18 - Talk


Documentary Futures - Towards inclusive Photographic Practices

16:30 - 18:30

Monday 3 October

London College of Communication

Link to: Department 

21.08.18 - News



Congratulations to Alice Cooke, Joanne Coates, Kaya Isaac and Maxwell Turay who will be joining me for six days this August for the NC Mentorship 2018. 

They will be taking over the @womeninphoto Instagram for the week commencing the  27th Aug. Come and follow what their conversation here and find out more about these recent graduates work.  

Link to: Instagram






07.08.18 - News


Launching Work-Show-Grow 

Work-Show-Grow is a supportive and collaborative way to develop your creative career. W-S-G host four sessions throughout the year, with each session, themed and styled around a leading creatives work. Hand-picked for their experience and personality, these experts will share specialist skills and critical advice based on their own success and challenges.

Each opportunity is formed of three parts; workshop, exhibition and mentorship follow up. At the heart of the W-S-G ethos is the belief that progressing your creative work doesn’t need to be lonely and competitive. It can be fun and supportive. After attending a W-S-G event you'll feel like you've formed your own personal cheerleading squad.

Link to: Workshop 


July 2018

10.07.18 - News


Mentorship - OPEN CALL

In August I will be running a mentorship programme for two recent creative graduates.

Applications Open:
Thursday 28 June

Closing Date:
Monday 16 July - 9am

Invitation to interview: Wednesday 16 July
Interviews will be held: Monday 23 July

Link to: Application  

June 2018

30.06.18 - Workshop


Collaborate' at Free Range

Demystifying the application process workshop.

Friday 29 June 1pm
Shop 13 Truman Brewery, Brick Lane

Link to: Event

08.06.18 - Exhibition


La Friche
Probabilité 0.33

I have the series Love Bomb and Divorce Index showing currently in Marsellie

Friday 8 June
Sunday 29 July

41 rue Jobin - 13003 Marseille

Link to: Exhibition

May 2018

25.05.18 - Exhibition



Private View
18 May
6pm - Late

Safe House,
136 Copeland Road
SE15 3SN

Link to: Exhibition

10.05.18 - News


Overhaul - Assignment
Photographic Masterclass

With photographers; Rhiannon Adam, Natasha Caruana, Laura Pannack

Sunday 29th April 2018

6 Bellenden Road

Link to: Event 


April 2018

07.04.18 - Talk


Recycl Art 

Natasha Caruna - Artist Talk

Thursday April 5 

20.00 - 20.30

186 rue Hôtel des monnaies
1060 StGilles,

Link to: Event 

07.04.18 - Talk


The Photography Show

Girl Bossing It

Saturday 17 March 

14.00 - 14.40 

Link to: Event


February 2018

24.02.18 - Talk


University of South Wales 

Natasha Caruana - Artist Talk

Wednesday 21 March

Link to: Course

14.02.18 - Talk


O.U.T (Once, Upon, Time)

James Hockney Gallery

Wednesday 14 February 

10 - 17.00


November 2017

05.11.17 - Press



A Quiet, Painful Meditation on Human Illness Through VR

'In a way, her bag full of pills is a sad sight, but there is optimism about the care this aging woman receives and her attempts to keep her self-esteem alive. This is the emotional heart of our encounter with Penny — an affect made possible by the six cameras in a private space, which allow the artist’s mother to tell her own story without the self-consciousness that a cameraperson would instill.'

Link to: Article

05.11.17 - Press


Kollektiv Gallery 

Natasha Caruana on the NHS, Age of Excess and the Internet. Interview by Sophie Giblin

'Paralysis of choice seems increasingly common when we are constantly exposed to images and ideals, especially through the internet' 

Link to: Article

October 2017

23.10.17 - Press


this is tomorrow

Natasha Caruana - Timely Tale

'Caruana’s work is original, inquisitive and resourceful.' review by Fiorella Lanni

Link to: Article