Natasha Caruana

January 2016

28.01.16 - Talk

Talk

Flowers Gallery

Panel Discussion - The Real Thing

A free Panel Discussion with the artists participating in our group show The Real Thing at Flowers Gallery, New York. The discussion will be moderated by Visuals Editor, Curator, Writer, Teacher and Advisor Elisabeth Biondi, and guests will have the opportunity to pose questions to the panel at the end of the event.

30 January

4:00 – 6:00pm

529 West 20th Street
New York NY 10011

Link to: Booking



28.01.16 - Press

Press

Cool Hunting

The Real Thing at NYC's Flowers Gallery 

"The idea [for 'The Real Thing'] grew out of the observation that we at Flowers could do more to promote female photographers as our current roster of photographers is a bit male dominant," show curator and coordinator Brent Beamon tells CH. 

Link to: Article 



28.01.16 - Press

Press

Aperture

5 Exhibitions to See in January

'Natasha Caruana, in her clandestine snapshots of encounters with married men, arranged through an online matchmaking service, diverts viewers to the clues hinting at temptation and desire.' 

Link to: Article



28.01.16 - Press

Press

Time Out 

“The Real Thing”

'Delve into the ever-relevant topics of identity, gender and sexuality through the work of female photographers Juno Calypso, Natasha Caruana, Pixy Yijun Liao and Melanie Willhide.'

Link to: Article



16.01.16 - Press

Press

OAI13

"Magic that condenses into an image."

By Bruno Dubreuil 

Link to: Article



16.01.16 - Press

Press

Dazed and Confused 

 “Some artists were a natural choice as they focus their practice specifically on the theme, like Natasha Caruana, who has been developing a consistent body of work over the years, articulated in different series around the themes of love, relationships, adultery and marriage,”

Federica Chiocchetti 

Link to: Article



16.01.16 - Press

Press

Photoworks 

From Issue 22: Ha Ouch Ha Ouch Ha Ouch: On Women and Wit in Photography

"I sought a territory that belonged to women in particular, which could also underscore the need to delineate a space in discourse for women about women. I found it in a word: wit."

by Max Houghton 

Link to: Article



16.01.16 - Press

Press

 

Photoworks

"It was an important part of the work to sit and talk to each subject in order to learn how they physically recalled the moment they experienced love at first sight."

Natasha Caruana, interview by Mariama Attah

Link to: Article



15.01.16 - Talk

Talk

Feminine Masculine: Photo50 PechaKucha

Chaired by Photo50 Curator Federica Chiocchetti.

Panel includes Photo50 artists Discipula, Mija Tammi, Jo Broughton, EJ Major, Natasha Caruana, Francesca Catastini and Maya Rochat

Wednesday 20 January 2016

12pm - 1pm 

London Art Fair
Business Design Centre, Islington N1
 



07.01.16 - Talk

Talk

Photoworks

Women in Photography a Panel Discussion

Panelists: Catherine Grant, Liz Heron, Olivier Richon, Natasha Caruana and Max Houghton

Wednesday 20 January 2016

1.30pm

London Art Fair
Business Design Centre, Islington N1

Link to: Booking (essential) 

 



07.01.16 - Press

Press

Redeye

Eight leading photographers share their advice for a successful 2016

"Everyday keep making steps towards your personal projects however small"
Natasha Caruana 

Link to: Article