Natelie King - Curator


  • 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.