Natasha Caruana

July 2014

22.07.14 - Press

Press

Canvas

'I like that there’s not a set challenge. There’s not a set aesthetic or a set path that I go down, it just evolves.'

Natasha Caruana in conversation with Rachael Healy  

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21.07.14 - Press

Press

Pixfan

'The English photographer Natasha Caruana is the winner of the 2014 BMW residence at Musée Nicéphore Niépce. Initiated in 2011, the cultural partnership between the German company and the museum aims to support contemporary photography by allowing its sharing and distribution to the greatest number.'

Antony Barroux 

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17.07.14 - Press

Press

Winner of the 2014 BMW Residency at Musée Nicéphore Niépce

"We look forward to seeing the project...that combines a sense of humor with a deep reflection on our daily relationships"

Serge Naudin, CEO of BMW Group France

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11.07.14 - Press

Press

L'Oeil de la Photographie

"At the end of the three months, her series will be added to the BMW Art & Culture collection published by Éditions Trocadéro. The work will also be exhibited at the 46th edition of the Rencontres d’Arles and at Paris Photo in November 2015, giving her considerable visibility on the international scene."

Ericka Widmann, Editor-in-Chief

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10.07.14 - Press

Press

Connaissance des Arts

'The BMW Group reaffirms its commitment to contemporary photography, funding for the fourth edition, the residence of an artist in the museum Niépce in Chalon-sur-Saone.'

Laura La Fata 

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09.07.14 - Press

Press

Le blog photo

"The jury was impressed by the very current approach of the photographer, and the look she poses on the impact of new technologies in social relations"

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09.07.14 - News

News

Paris Photo 

'The jury, composed by François Cheval, chief curator of the museum Niépce, Francois Hebel, director of the Rencontres d'Arles, Julien Frydman, director of Paris Photo, Chantal Nedjib, communication consulting and Patrick de Carolis, a member of the Institute , was seduced by the very current approach of the photographer, and the look she poses on the impact of new technologies in social and romantic relationships.'

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