Since 1987, several solo exhibitions of Natalie Moore’s installation work have been presented, including the following: 2002, Terrain, WALLSPACE, New York, NY; 1998 recent work, art Moving, Brooklyn; 1992, 80 Washington Square East Galleries, NYU, NYC; 1987, University of California, Santa Cruz.
Moore’s work has been acknowledged with the following honors and awards: 1997 Award of Distinction, Jennifer Blessing, Curator, Guggenheim Museum, NYC, for the Barrett House Galleries; 1992 “Artists in the Marketplace” program participant, Bronx Museum of the Arts; 1991 Artists Space Grant; Centennial Scholarship Grant, NYU; 1987 President’s Undergraduate Fellow, University of California, Santa Cruz.
Writing about Moore’s work: Harrison, Hellen, “When Line Itself Is the Main Attraction,” The New York Times, May 11, 2003; Greben, Deirdre, “An Exercise in Reading Between the Lines,” New York Newsday, April 25, 2003; Shaw, Karen, “Line Dancing,” exhibition catalog, Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY, 2003; Johnson, Ken, “Subtle,” The New York Times Art Guide, November 30, 2001; “The Art Club”, Featured Artist, CNN International, December 17, 1998; Hamburger, Susan, “Artburgher,” Waterfront Week, December 17, 1998; Smith, Roberta, “Natalie Moore,” The New York Times Art Guide, November 13, 1998; Smith, Roberta. “In Brooklyn, A Haven for Struggling Galleries Is Heating Up,” The New York Times, December 6, 1998; Featured Artist, “Artists, Images, New York” Manhattan Cable TV, 1990.
Additionally Moore has been active as an instructor and gallerist. Selected positions and projects include: Adjunct Instructor, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn 1998-current; Co-founded, curated, and operated SAUCE Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 1992-1996; Artist / Teacher, Learning Through an Expanded Arts Program, NYC 1993-1995; Teacher, New York State Summer School for the Arts, SUNY Fredonia, NY 1994
Moore has worked as an Art Director in the interactive media field since 1995. CD-Rom projects include The X-Files Unrestricted Access, Scientific American: Illusion, John Steinbeck’s The Pearl and The Red Pony. Websites include clients such as The Association of Art Museum Curators, The Hale House, Nokia, Fresh Kills: Landfill to Landscape, Sprint and the Guggenheim Museum. Video editing and production for the Guggenheim Museum: Day without Art and The Hale House 35 years of Caring.
Moore received a MA Studio Art, NYU in 1992 and BA Fine Art, from University of California, Santa Cruz. She studied at the Paris-American Academy, Paris, France 1985-1986.
2002 Terrain, WALLSPACE, New York, NY
1998 recent work, art Moving, Brooklyn, NY
1992 MA Exhibition,80 Washington Square East Galleries, NYU, New York, NY
1987 BA Exhibition, University of California, Santa Cruz
Selected Group Exhibitions:
2005 Under My Skin, Galeria de Arte Mexicano, Mexico City, Mexico
2003 Line Dancing, Islip Art Museum, East Isip, NY
Decade, Schroeder Romero Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2001 Subtle, The Work Space, New York, NY
1999 Outer Boroughs, White Columns, New York, NY
1997 Obsessions, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1996 The Hanging Sculpture Garden , Newport Center Mall, Jersey City,NJ
Sculpture Barn Installation, Pier Show 4, Brooklyn, NY
1995 Other Rooms, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NY,NY
Conflict/Resolution, Brooklyn War Memorial, Brooklyn, NY
1993 Artists in the Marketplace , Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York
Sauce Installations, Brooklyn, NY
1992 The Salon of the Mating Spiders, Test-Site Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1991 Kampo Cultural Center, New York, NY
Cork Gallery at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, NY