Natelie King - Curator


  • There is no future: An interview with Ai Weiwei

    Based in Beijing, Ai Weiwei is one of China’s most prominent artists. Born in 1957, he grew up in exile in the remote desert province of Xinjiang.

  • Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev with Natalie King

    16th Biennale of Sydney, Revolutions – Forms That Turn June – September 2008 Interview with Artistic Director, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev Natalie King: Can you expand on your theme…

  • Dolls, 2007

    Dolls, mannequins, masks, wigs and costumes are just some of the accoutrements that feature in the unsettling work of Destiny Deacon, Zoe Leonard, Maria Marshall…

  • Interview with Massimiliani Gioni

    Natalie King: in 2002 you set up The Wrong gallery in New York with co-curators Maunzio Cattelan and Ali Subotnick. As the smallest exhibition space in the gallery district of Chelsea…

  • Destiny Deacon – Walk & don’t look blak

    Destiny Deacon: Walk&don’t look blak is the first survey by this leading Australian Indigenous artist to be shown in Japan. Deacon’s international profile includes participating in the Yokohama Triennale…

  • Destiny Deacon: Walk & don’t look blak

    Destiny Deacon: Walk & don’t look blak was the first museum survey exhibition of the work of the Aboriginal Australian artist Destiny Deacon. Spanning 15 years…

  • Supernatural Artificial

    Presenting the work of nine leading Australian artists working in photography and video, Supernatural Artificial was a highly charged and moody exhibition that…

  • Painting: an arcane technology

    Is painting a critique of a disembodied, fractured view of the world? Is painting a symptom of a nostalgic, even regressive approach that yearns…

  • Rosemary Laing: Aero-Zone

    In Aero-zone Laing offered the viewer the opportunity to rethink conventional notions of space and time by presenting the possibility that, rather than existing as fixed…

  • Rapport: Eight Artists from Singapore and Australia

    Rapport was a very early joint exhibition created by leading young curators in Australia and Singapore, inviting four artists from each place to exhibit in a major exhibition…

  • Bad Toys, ACCA

    Bad Toys used the toy as a departure point to examine our adult relationship to childhood and play.

  • Primavera 1994: Young Australian Artists

    Guest Curator Natalie King’s exhibition, investigated the way the MCA’s ensemble of art, architecture and installations orchestrates the visitor’s experience.