• A Lap of Caulfield Park

    In the mid 1980s, Natalie King was in her late teens; she was restless and searching. Uninspired by law school and unsure of what to do ‘when she grew up’, King undertook a gap year to Italy.

  • Nell: ‘I’m always thinking about how a painting might sound’

    Sydney-based artist Nell has a capacious practice, working deftly across sculpture, painting, sound, assemblage, performance, and public art, producing work that is both accessible yet complex.

  • Vale Virginia Fraser

    Melbourne artist Virginia Fraser is well remembered for her photo media works, her spirit to collaborate, advocacy for women artists and her sensitivity when writing about others. She leaves an important legacy.

  • We Are Such An Unlikely Match

    When Indigenous artist Destiny Deacon first met curator Natalie King more than 25 years ago, they were both at the beginning of their careers. Since then, Natalie has been awarded an OAM and …

  • SmartArts – 13 August 2020

    Richard Watts has many years experience working in the arts industry, including five years as the Artistic Director of the youth arts organisation Express Media, seven years on the Board of Melbourne Fringe…

  • The Art World Works From Home

    The Art World Works From Home: Curator Natalie King Is Taking Podcast Lessons and Making Shakshuka While Developing New Zealand’s Venice Biennale Pavilion.

  • Professor Natalie King’s World of Art on The Shtick

    Professor Natalie King has been awarded an OAM in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for her dedicated work as Curator for Contemporary Art and Visual Culture. As Enterprise Professor at the Victorian College of the Arts…

  • Vogue Japan, May-June 2020

  • Meet Natalie King, series editor of the new Mini Monographs

    Natalie King has a gift when it comes to visual culture, creative collaboration and bringing attention to both new and established artists. We spoke to Natalie…

  • Natalie King, a new paradigm of leadership

    Natalie King is a visionary thought leader, curator, writer and cultural producer. With more than two decades of contributing to international visual culture, her approach brings momentum to a new paradigm of creative…

  • King in Enterprise and Creativity

    After interviewing Natalie King, there is one comment she made that I continue to call upon. This phrase comes to me when I feel overwhelmed, and I don’t know where to start…

  • Curating a life

    This year, curator and writer Professor Natalie King was recognised by the Australian Financial Review as part of their 100 Women of Influence awards for her contribution to Arts…

  • Vincent Namatjira in Conversation | Ocula

    Vincent Namatjira relishes painting famous people who are humorously redeployed across vivid canvases and depicted in his community in remote Indulkana in South Australia. His powerful…

  • NS Harsha and Tiffany Chung in Conversation

    On the occasion of the 21st Biennale of Sydney, SUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium & Engagement (16 March–11 June 2018), the Victorian College…

  • Patricia Piccinini in Conversation | Ocula

    On the occasion of Patricia Piccinini’s multisensory and epic retrospective, Curious Affection at Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA, 24 March–5 August 2018)…

  • Curator Natalie King on her new role as Enterprise Professor at the VCA

    Natalie King curates Australian and international programs that include exhibition making, publications, lectures, workshops and cultural partnerships across contemporary art and Indigenous culture.

  • Pipilotti Rist in Conversation

    Pipilotti Rist configures sensory and colour-saturated universes that transport the viewer into hyper-visual sequences of moving image, film and objects.

  • Ocula Conversations Series

    Ocula Magazine is pleased to partner with the 21st Biennale of Sydney to release a series of Ocula Conversations with seven artists, one from each of the Biennale locations.

  • Tracey Moffatt in Conversation

    Since graduating from Queensland College of Art in 1982 and following her first solo exhibition at the Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, in 1989, Tracey Moffatt…

  • Maria Alyokhina in Conversation

    Formed in 2011, Russian protest art collective Pussy Riot is known for organising unauthorised and provocative guerrilla punk rock performances in unconventional…

  • ‘I can see a shadow thinking’ Tracey Moffatt in conversation

    Since graduating from the Queensland College of Art in 1982, Tracey Moffatt has become one of Australia’s most visible contemporary artists…

  • Vanishing Point | Belle magazine

    Representing Australia at the 57th Venice: Biennale, artist Tracey Moffatt has devised two large-scale photographic suites and a pair of highly cinematic video works…

  • Natalie King, curator, talks about 1970s Melbourne, cafes and art

    Natalie King grew up among shag pile rugs and Marimekko drapery in Balwyn. Her grandmother introduced her to the Forum Theatre, she’s filled with hope by a Richmond…

  • What Happens Now? Melbourne’s Public Art Biennial Lab

    Eight experimental artworks from the City of Melbourne’s Public Art Melbourne Biennial Lab, curated by Natalie King, have rewritten the rules of public art.

  • Entang Wiharso and Sally Smart in Conversation

    On the 30 November 2015, an e-conversation commenced between Entang Wiharso in Yogyakarta; Sally Smart in Yogyakarta and her studio in Melbourne, and Natalie King…

  • On the Couch with Natalie King

    Curator, writer and arts leader currently Chief Curator of Melbourne Biennial Lab; Senior Research Fellow at VCA, University of Melbourne and Curator of Tracey Moffatt at 57th Venice Biennale 2017.

  • Jessica Morgan: Burning Down the House

    Jessica Morgan, Daskalopoulos Curator of International Art at Tate Modern, made a lightning visit to Sydney on the occasion of the Kaldor Public Art Projects…

  • The Days of Our Lives: Natalie King, Curator of TarraWarra Biennial 2014 – Whisper in My Mask

    Ever wondered what it’s like to be an art curator? Today, Natalie King gives us a glimpse behind the curtain as she shares a day in her life as co-curator of TarraWarra Biennial 2014: Whisper in my Mask.

  • “Whisper in My Mask”: Natalie King on the TarraWarra Biennial 2014 in Australia – curator interview

    The TarraWarra Biennial 2014 presents a powerful sensory exploration of masking, otherworldliness and hidden narratives in Australia and beyond. Art Radar talks to the Biennial’s guest co-curator Natalie King about ghosts…

  • Natalie King and Youngmi Park in Conversation

    Now in its 13th edition, the Dong Gang International Photo Festival takes place in the city of Yeongwol, about 3 hours drive east of Seoul.