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Since 1987, several solo exhibitions of Natalie Moore’s installation work have been presented, including the following: 2010 and 2013, Cloud Cover, in collaboration with choreographer Laurie Hockman, Green Space, Long Island City, NY, 2007, mirage, artMovingProjects, Brooklyn, NY; 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.

Selected group exhibitions including Moore’s work: 2015, KEEP OUT, Lesley Heller Workspace, NY, NY; 2014, Hair-Do, Noglobe, Brookyn, NY; Through the Vortex, NARS Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; 2013, Homeward Found, Wassaic Project, 2012, Naming Rights, A Public Space, Brooklyn, NY; 2010, The Sweetest Thing, Trygve Lie Gallery, NY, NY; 2008 Light, curated by Keith Sonnier, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY;2007 Strand, NYCAMs, New York, NY; 2005 Under My Skin, Galeria de Arte Mexicano, Mexico City, Mexico; 2003 Line Dancing, Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY; Decade, Schroeder Romero Gallery, Brooklyn; 2001Subtle, The Work Space, NYC; 2000 Haulin’ Ass, Pierogi in L.A., POST, Los Angeles; 1999 Outer Boroughs, White Columns, NYC; Size Matters, Gail Gates Gallery, Brooklyn; 1997 New Directions ‘97, Barrett House Galleries, Poughkeepsie, NY, curated by Jennifer Blessing, The Guggenheim Museum; Current Undercurrent: Working in Brooklyn, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn; 1996 15 Artists, Unfinished, Brooklyn; The Hanging Sculpture Garden, Newport Center Mall, Jersey City, NJ; Natural Transitions, Maria Feliz Gallery, Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania; Sculpture Barn installation, Pier Show 4, Brooklyn;1995 Other Rooms, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NYC; Conflict/Resolution, Brooklyn War Memorial, Brooklyn; The Faux Show for “Perfect Timing”, Altered Stages Theatre, NYC; 1993 Artists in the Marketplace , Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York; Sauce Installations, Brooklyn; 1992 Juried Alumni Exhibition, University of California, Santa Cruz; The Salon of the Mating Spiders, Test-Site Gallery, Brooklyn: Chemical Events- a rereading of Art and Entropy, Rosenberg Gallery, New York University, NYC.

Moore’s work has been acknowledged with the following honors and awards: 2012 Artist in Residence, Textile Arts Center; 2010 Faculty Development Grant, The Pratt Institute; 2009 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, 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: Assistant Chairperson, Foundation Pratt Insitute, Brooklyn 2012- current; Adjunct Associate Professor, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn 1998-current; Co-founded SAUCE Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 1992-1996; Artist / Teacher, Learning Through an Expanded Arts Program, NYC 1993-1995

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.

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