Natelie King - Curator


  • Talks : Performing the Curatorial

    Performing the Curatorial focuses on the shifting role of the curator, across both private and public space, and poses a series of questions…

  • Talks : Alia Swastika

    Jakarta-based curator, writer, and Director of the Jogja Biennale 2015, Alia Swastika in conversation with Professor Natalie King, Enterprise Professorial Fellow…

  • 4A Symposium: This Is How We Do It

    4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art and the University of Melbourne invite you to join us for 4A’s 2018 symposium…

  • 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…

  • BalletLab McMahon Contemporary Art Award Exhibition

    Established in 2016, the $12,000 invitation-only BMCAA is awarded annually to a contemporary artist who demonstrates a commitment to brave, innovative and transitional practice that contests…

  • Visionary Women – Harper’s Bazaar

    With more than 20 years’ experience in international contemporary art, King has unrivalled expertise when it comes to the cultural sector.

  • CIAF Art Awards 2018 | Cairns Indigenous Art Fair

    The annual CIAF Art Awards will be awarded at CIAF 2018 Opening Night on Thursday 12th July from 6.30pm.

  • Melbourne Art Week | Melbourne Art Fair

    Melbourne Art Foundation has joined with over 50 Victorian cultural organisations, institutions, art spaces, satellite fairs and galleries to stage Melbourne Art Week…

  • My Horizon, Tracey Moffatt

    Somewhere between fiction and history, the work of Tracey Moffatt is redolent with imaginative narratives. Working across photography, film and video, Moffatt takes…

  • 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.

  • Crossing Borders

    Ai Wei Wei’s epic and harrowing documentary Human Flow (2017) exposes the staggering scale of the refugee crisis with displaced people comprising …

  • Polixeni Papapetrou: MY HEART – still full of her

    In 1833 the younger poet and dandy Alfred de Musset met the novelist George Sand and both fall passionately in love. On seeing Sand…

  • If I Could Have

    Curator for the 57th Venice Biennale 2017 Natalie King selects 10 artworks from gallery stockrooms that she would purchase tomorrow if she could.

  • SUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium & Engagement

    Join us for a special presentation by internationally renowned artists, Tiffany Chung (Vietnam/USA) and NS Harsha (India) who are participating in the…

  • 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.

  • Jury – 100 Sculptors of Tomorrow

    100 SCULPTORS OF TOMORROW will be an insightful, diverse, and inspiring survey of emerging and unknown talent working in the field of sculpture, selected by a…

  • MTalks—Macau Days: Brian Castro & John Young in conversation with Natalie King

    Macau has undergone major shifts over the past 500 years. From merchant port of refuge and gateway for Jesuit missionaries to a 20th-century modernist Portuguese province—it…

  • 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…

  • ART150 Forums: Natalie King

    Australian curator and arts leader Natalie King has more than two decades of experience in international contemporary art. Natalie’s unique cultural footprint has seen her develop a depth of expertise…

  • 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…

  • A New Book On Australian Contemporary Art Foregrounds Questions About Diversity

    Polemics about the lack of diversity in the image of Australian art ensued after the publication of a new book entitled Australiana to Zeitgeist: An A-Z of Australian Contemporary Art (2017)…

  • ‘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…

  • The Mix: Tracey Moffatt, My Horizon exhibition at the 2017 Venice Biennale

    The Mix: ABC TV featuring Tracey Moffatt, Natalie King and Rupert Myer AO at the 2017 Venice Biennale.

  • Tracey Moffatt: My Horizon

    This is the first book on Tracey Moffatt in ten years. She is one of Australia’s most celebrated artists with significant international acclaim, having presented at the Cannes…

  • 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’s Venice by Whitewaller

    Scuola Grande di San Rocco, Peggy Guggenheim Museum, and Trattoria Antiche Carampane: Natalie King’s Venice, by Whitewaller.

  • 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…

  • How I got my start

    While I was studying at Monash University, I worked in a small commercial gallery in Richmond. Fortunately, the Director Michael Wardell had previously worked at National …