Natalie White (artist)

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Natalie Jo White (born 1988, Fairmont, West Virginia, United States) is an "artist" based in New York City. Her work is featured in several minor collections.

Natalie White for Equal Rights

Early life[edit]

Born to Parents Robert White and Gina Bombardiere in Fairmont, West Virginia. White has one sister, Elizabeth Marie White. Her upbringing was frugal, familial and religious.

Natalie White Work for Equal Rights[edit]


White is currently working on a solo multimedia exhibition at WhiteBox NY which is dedicated to raising awareness for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. It is being curated by Laura O’Reilly in collaboration with Wallplay. (June 2-July 9, 2016)

Instant Gratification[edit]

Performance art piece of White, in a plexiglass box, symbolized the lack of movement in the women's movement in America. The installation took place in the window of the Wallplay Shop (July 16-August 9, 2015)[1]

Artists Crossing Genres[edit]

White was honored as one of the communities foremost voices for feminist art and legislative change at Nicole Ehrlich's Rocket In My Pocket Productions, 3rd annual Women in Art benefit. (December 3, 2015)[2]

Celebration of Women in Art[edit]

Natalie White was featured at the second annual 2014 Celebration of Women in Art produced by Lady Gaga Producer Nichole Ehrlich, in collaboration with Brooklyn Museum's Elizabeth A. Sackler School of Feminist Art, and School of Doodle. (December 3, 2014)[3]

Born This Way Foundation[edit]

Featured artist in Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation benefit. (December 5, 2013)[4]

March For ERA[edit]

Artist’s performance march in tandem with White Box New York exhibition; a 250 mile solo walk from New York to D.C. (July 2016). Artist, Activist, and Muse Natalie White Loses D.C. Court Case But Gets The Win For Women Everywhere

Who Shot Natalie White?[edit]

A retrospective at Rox Gallery New York City. Natalie White: The Muse. 25 different artists, including White were featured.(April 2013)[5]


White's collaborations include many notable artists, including and not exclusive of:

Spencer Tunick: Installation in Munich, Germany.[6]

Peter Beard: Pirelli Calendar,[7] the Brett Ratner Film, “Beard at Work”.[8]

Michael Dweck: Book titled Mermaids exhibited at the Staley-Wise Gallery,[9] White Sands Missile Range series,[10] French Playboy.

Elizabeth Sheill Fekkai: White is a curator with Fekkai in ESF Fine Arts, New York City.[11]


  1. ^ Munro, Cait (August 7, 2015). "See Natalie White at Wallplay". Artnet News.
  2. ^ "TOP 5 : ART BASEL MIAMI / MIAMI ART WEEK". Nathaly + Partners.
  3. ^ Vazquez, Neil. ""We Really Don't Need Men:" Second Annual Celebration of Women in Art". Miami New Times.
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  5. ^ "Doing her breast! Topless tour sways cops". April 17, 2013.
  6. ^ Ng, David (2012-06-25). "Volunteers strip naked for Spencer Tunick's 'Ring' cycle project". Los Angeles Times. ISSN 0458-3035. Retrieved 2016-04-13.
  7. ^ Staff, PageSix com (14 October 2008). "WHITE HOT MUSE". Page Six. Retrieved 2016-04-13.
  8. ^ Hatamian, Ella; Rappaport, Izak (2011-01-23), Beard at Work, retrieved 2016-04-13
  9. ^ Dweck, Michael (2008). Mermaids. Ditch Plains Press. ISBN 978-0981846507.
  10. ^ "The Bomb". Retrieved 2016-04-13.
  11. ^ "ESF Fine Art, LLC - New York City, NY | (212) 517-8010". ESF Fine Art, LLC. Retrieved 2016-04-13.