Natasha Caruana is a London-based artist working across photography, moving image and installation. She has an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art, London and is a Senior Lecturer of Photography at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK. In 2014 Caruana was named as the winner of the prestigious BMW Artist in Residence Award at musée Nicéphore Niépce, France. The award led to solo shows at Les Rencontres d’Arles and Paris Photo and the monograph Coup de Foudre.
Caruana’s work has been shown across the United States, France, Lithuania, Portugal, India, China, Australia and Saudi Arabia. Her series Married Man and Fairytale for Sale has been included in numerous contemporary photographic catalogues, printed as monographs, and has toured widely, including in Hijacked III: Contemporary Photography from Australia and the UK, Perth, Brisbane and Sydney, 2012; Narratives and Narrative Forms, Lianzhou Foto Festival, China, 2012, Get it Louder, The Orange Gallery, Beijing, China, 2012; Magenta Foundation Flash Forward Awards, Toronto and Boston, 2012–13; Married Man and Other Stories, Photofusion, London, 2012; and The Social: Encountering Photography, The Sunderland Museum, 2013. The Trace of an Act, Paraty Em Foco Photo festival, Brazil, 2011. Her work is held in numerous private collections and in the public collections of the British Library, The Women’s Library, BMW Art and Culture, France and The Kinsey Institute in the United States.