Natalie Burutskaya is a curator and photographer. She's interested in and exploring people’s life in a megalopolis, social anthropology of city inhabitants whose hectic lifestyle means a correlation between giant architecture multiplied by high speed of decision making, and unprotected souls, hidden desires, fragile moments of loneliness, fear or happiness.
As a curator, she has been exploring the notion of "social art" - the art that educates, informs, brings change. She has curated several international exhibitions and collaborative projects with theater and visual artists.
June 2017 A Postcard Show, A.I.R. Gallery, New York
July 2015 "Wish You Were Here 14" group show, A.I.R. Gallery, New York
July 2014 "Takeover" group show, Times Square, New York
May-June 2014 “One Life” group show, New York
October 2013 "Teasing Illusions" group exhibit, Gallery Bar, New York
October 2013 "Creative Rising", skyscraper giant projection, group show, Long Island City
August-September 2013 See Exhibition Space, group show, New York
August 2013 "The Story of the Creative", Opening at Angel Orensanz Foundation for Arts, group show, New York
April 2013 "One Nite Show", solo show, Soho Photo Gallery, New York.