“I like to work closely with living artists on special exhibitions and commissions. I love getting close to the artists’ intentions and ideas–I love entering their worlds. Curators help deliver work to the public, they help contextualize and support artists. My passion is to work from the studio to the venue and beyond.”
How did you start working in Arts? “I started working in the Arts as a curator when I was in high school in San Francisco. I had an internship at the San Francisco Fine Arts Museums and I was in charge of the galleries–checking the temperature, the humidity etc…I even got to dust the Rodin bronzes. I would spend hours alone in the empty galleries. The etymology of curate” is “curare” from “to care for” and I have been curating ever since.”
Since I know very little about arts, Natasha took the time to try to share with me her passion for Arts; Natasha is a beautiful curator travelling all around the world as an independent curator “to look at art, I write about it, I teach it and I live and breathe it.” Natasha is co-curator of the “Art in Motion” Jules Maeght Gallery first exhibition in SF.