Natasha Carlos is a photographer working across mediums to explore her ritualistic need to repeatedly visit the same sites. This compulsion to seek sanctuary in familiar landscapes unlocks an obsessive curiosity of what still remains unexplored within these revisited sites.
Born in New York, Carlos received her BA in Public Relations at American University in Washington, D.C. in 2009 and received her MFA in Photography from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2016.
As current Root Division Studio Artist, Natasha teaches photography in their Youth Education Program at Horace Mann Middle School in San Francisco, CA.
b. 1987, New York, NY
lives and works in Oakland, CA
Studio Artist + Teacher at Root Division in San Francisco, CA
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA; Masters of Fine Arts in Photography, May 2016
American University, Washington, DC; Bachelor of Arts in Public Communication, Dec. 2009
School of Visual Arts, New York, NY; Pre-College Program: Intro to Digital Photography, Summer 2004
Reawakening, Frank-Ratchye Project Space, San Francisco, CA, July 2017
Resonance, SoMA Grand, San Francisco, CA, February - April 2017
Back to the Garden, Root Division, San Francisco, April 2017
Vernissage, Fort Mason Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA, 2016
Sanctuary, de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA, 2016
Continuously Present, Diego Rivera Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 2015
Self-portrait, Swell Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 2015
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