Born: 1980, Austin, TX
Lives and works in New York, NY

2006 • M.F.A.,Visual Arts, Columbia University, School of the Arts, New York, NY
2003-4 • National Academy of Fine Art, Oslo, Norway, Fulbright Scholarship Study
2002 • B.A., Studio Art, Yale University, New Haven, CT
• New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
2001 • L’École Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts, Paris, France
2000 • Florence Academy of Art, Florence, Italy
• International School of Art, Todi, Umbria, Italy
1999 • Slade School of Art, University College London, London, England
2019 Grimm Tales, New commission for Ballet Austin with Stephen Stills, set and costume design with George Tyspin and Constance Hoffman, annimations with Howard Werner, Austin, TX, March 29-31
Grimm Tales, Drawings for the ballet, Grimm Tales with Ballet Austin, Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin, TX (March-April)
2018 • O, Half Gallery, New York, NY (May - June) publication, Lucia Marquand
2017 • Dancers and Dominas, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois (June - July)
2016 Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm, University of Kentucky Art Museum, Lexington, KY (May - August)
Intermission., ACME, Los Angeles, CA (April 30 - June)

• Face to Face, with Rachel Mason, Galleria Marie-Laure Flesich, Rome, Italy (April – June)

• ADAA, Solo-Presentation, Drawings, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, New York (March)
2015 Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm, Blanton Museum at University of Texas, Austin (July 11 - November 15) - artist talk July 11
Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm, The Drawing Center, New York, NY (April 10 - June 28) exhibition will travel to the Blanton Museum at the University of Texas, Austin (July 11 - November 15, 2015); Damiani to publish a book pairing 75 of my drawings illustrating 36 unsanitized Grimm's fairytales - Linda Nochlin, Jack Zipes, Julie Taymor, Claire Gilman are contributors; designed by Marian Bantjes
2014 Interiors and Openings, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois (September - October)
2013 The Scene of a Disappearance, ACME, Los Angeles, CA (October 19 - November 16)

The Governed and the Governors, Fredericks Freiser, New York, NY (October 4 - November 3)

My Noon, My Midnight, My Talk, My Song, Space SBH, St. Barth's French West Indies (February 16 - March 7)

2008 Desire Comes Later, Arndt & Partner, Zurich (March 7 – April 12)
2007 Where She Stops, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, NY (September 7 – October 13)
2006 Unveiling, Briggs Robinson Gallery, New York, NY (January 26 – March 11)
2020 • In the Collection, Yale Women Alumni, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT (Fall)
2019 • Natalie Frank, Amy Bessone, Salon 94, New York, NY (June - August)
• Trans World, Nicodim Gallery/Galeria Nicodim, Los Angeles and Bucharest (June - August)
Mdm d'Aulnoy + Grimm Tales Ballet (Presentation), Salon 94, Frieze, New York, NY (May)
Drawing, FLAG Art Foundation, New York, NY (February - May)
Dread and Delight: Fairy Tales in an Anxious World, Currated by Emily Stamey, Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA (February - April), artist talk
2018 UNSTOPPABLE, curated by Tanya Selvaratnam for Planned Parenthood, traveling
Inaugural Group Exhibition, Gavlak Palm Beach, Palm Beach, FL (November - December)
Dread and Delight, curated by Emily Stamey, The Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC - Traveling exhibition, with catalogue (August - December)
We Hold These Truths to be Self-Evident, Mural with Zoe Buckman, designed by Marian Bantjes, For Freedoms, The Corcoran, Washington DC (November)
My Silences Had Not Protected Me, For Freedoms/For Gansevoort (November - December)
Hot Farce, Field Projects, NY, NY (November - December)
Body / Parts, Works from the Collection of Raymond J. Learsy, Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT (September - November)
The Un-Heroic Act, Representations of Rape in Contemporary Women's Art in the US, Shiva Gallery at John Jay College for Criminal Justice, CUNY, curated by Monika Fabijanska, NY, NY, with catalogue (September)
Dread and Delight, cura
Paper/Print: American Hand Papermaking, 1960s to Today, curated by Susan Gosin and Mina Takahashi, International Print Center New York (ICPNY), NY, NY, with catalogue (April)
Power, My Dear, Fempower collection, Wallpaper drawn and designed with Marian Bantjes, Flavorpaper (March)
2017 Engender, curated by Joshua Friedman, Kohn Gallery, L.A., CA (November - January)
Give Voice. A Postcard Project and Benefit Exhibition, curated by Eileen Jeng, LMAK books+design, New York, NY (July)
Gardens on Orchard. Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, NY (July - August)
Why Draw? 500 Years of Drawings and Watercolors, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine, Prestel publication (May-September)
Matisse: Selected Works from the Collection, Montclair Museum of Art, Montclair, NJ (March)
Piss and Vinegar, The New York Academy of Art, New York, NY Panel with Peter Saul, Ken Johnson, Hilary Harkness, Natalie Frank (January-March)
FemiNest, Equity Gallery, curated by Heather Zises and Melinda Wang, New York, NY (February – March)
Group Exhibition, ACME, Los Angeles, CA (January – February)
We Hold These Truths to be Self-Evident, mural collaboration of text and image with Zoë Buckman, Ford Foundation Wall, New York Live Arts, NY (January-August)
2016 40 Years, Part 2, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois (October-December)
Passage, ACME., Los Angeles, CA (August-September)
Contemporary Artists Working in Paper at Dieu Donné, 2000-Present, Dedalus Foundation, New York, NY (September – October) Panel with Urusla von Rydingsvard, Paul Wong, Amy Jacobs, Natalie Frank: moderated by Phong Bui
Contemporary Artists Working in Paper at Dieu Donné, 2000-Present, Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA (June – August)
Contemporary Artists Working in Paper at Dieu Donné, 2000-Present, Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY (February – April)
I am a Lie and I am Gold, curated by Marco Breuer, Yossi Milo Gallery, New York, NY (December - January)
2015 Dieu Donné: Workspace Program 2015, Dieu Donné, New York, NY (September – October)
• The Artists Project, Season 1, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY 100 short films made of 100 contemporary artists worldwide, released on the Metropolitan Museum of Art website, March 25
• Works of Paper II, ACME, Los Angeles, CA (March -- April)
• Empire of the Senseless, curated by Thorsten Albertz, Friedman Benda, New York, NY (February – March) Artists: Nina Chanel-Abney; Francesca di Mattio; Sara-Vide Ericson; Natalie Frank; Kristina Janson; Rosa Loy
2014 • 20th Anniversary, ACME, Los Angeles, CA (September 6 - October 4)
Sargent's Daughters, Sargeant's Daughters, New York, NY (June 25 - July 30)
• Awkward Phase, curated by Jeremy Willis, 65 Maspeth, Brooklyn, NY (May - June)
• Stars: Contemporary Prints by Derrière L'Étoile Studio: John Baldessari, Eric Fischl, Walton Ford, Natalie Frank, April Gornik, Yvonne Jacquette, Alex Katz, Jeff Koons, Robert Longo, Christian Marclay, Elizabeth Peyton, Raymond Pettibon, and others, Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, New York, (March - July)
2013 • 10 Under 40, curated by Isabella Icoz, Istanbul74, Istanbul, Turkey (October - November) Artists: Robin Rhode, Angel Otero, JR, Diana Al-Hadid, Idris Kahn, Takuro Kuwata, Mehmet Ali Uysal, Gozde Ilkin, Volkan Aslan, Natalie Frank
• Excess, curated by Thorsten Albertz, Friedman Benda, New York, NY (July - August)
• The Golden Ass, artists include: Inka Essenhigh, Adam Cvijanovic, Santi Moix, Natalie Frank, Blinde Arte, Naples, Italy (February - April)
2012 • Group show: curated by Tom Sanford, in coordination with 100 Little Deaths, Bravin Lee Programs, New York, NY (December 31 - February 9, 2013)
• Pig Party, New York City (Andrew Russeth and Jamie Sterns), New York, NY (September 21 - October)
• Designed to Win, sponsored by Oakley in coordination with the 2012 Olympic Games, London Museum of Design, London, England (July - August)
• Retrospective of S, curated by Sam Messer and Jonathan Safran Foer, Fredericks Freiser, New York, NY (July 21 - July 26)
• Kim McCarty, Natalie Frank, Alyssa Monks, Jane's Gallery, Eden Rock, St. Barth's French West Indies (February)
• Printed Histories: 16 Years of Print Portfolios at Exit Art, Exit Art, New York, NY (December 16 - January 31); Artist talk in conunction with exhibition
• Figured Spaces: Selections from the John Morrissey Collection, Artists include: Natalie Frank, Katy Grannan, Elisa Johns, Hilary Harkness, Marina Kappos, Loretta Lux, Robyn O'Neil, Chloe Piene, Dasha Shishkin, Anj Smith, Mickalene Thomas, Su-en Wong, Boca Raton, FL (November 29 - February 11) accompanied by symposium lead by Linda Nochlin; Florida Atlantic University Museum - one of two featured artists; catalogue
2011 • Iconomancy, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY (November)
• Given a Miniscule Ledge, Artists include: Inka Essenhigh, Natalie Frank, Anna Gaskell, Kysa Johnson, David X. Levine, Kristine Moran, Peter Opheim, William Powhida, Nicolas Rule, Shinique Smith, Norwood Club, New York, NY (September 21 - August 20)
• A Room of Her Own; Co-curator, Lu Magnus, New York, NY, Artists include: Paula Rego, Hilary Harkness, Dasha Shishkin, Mickalene Thomas, Emily Noelle Lambert and Eve Sussman / Rufus Corporation, New York, NY (May 7 - June 19)
• What the Thunder Said, Lu Magnus, New York, NY (January 13 - March 14)
• Uncovered, Jane's Gallery, Eden Rock, St. Barth's, French West Indies (December 20 - January 31)
• Bare, Naked and Nude, in conjunction with my inclusion in Bram Dijkstra's book, Naked: the Nude in America, Noel Baza Fine Art, San Diego, CA (November 6 - December 18)
2010 • Regarding Painting, The Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA (October - January); Artist talk in conjunction with exhibition
• Fresh Apples, Artists include Barnaby Furnas, Rosson Crow, Marcel Dzama, Justin Lieberman, Erik Parker, Kamrooz Aram, Shay Kun, Kim Dorland Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel (July - August)
2009 • Reconfiguring the Body in American Art 1820 - 2009, National Academy Museum, New York, NY (July 8 - November 15) accompanied by a symposium moderated by Dr. Elizabeth Sackler, one of three artists invited to be on the panel
• The Return of the Horse, Slought Foundation, Philadelphia, PA (November - December)
2008 • I Like it a Little, V&A Gallery, New York, NY (March - April)
• Environments and Empires, The Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA (January 23 - April 13)
2007 • Aggression of Beauty II, Arndt & Partner, Berlin, Germany (May - June)
2006 • School Days, Jack Tilton Gallery, New York, NY (January 15 - February 25)
2005 • Drawing as a Verb, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY (December)
• Dead Kids Do Nothing, 31 Grand, Brooklyn, NY (December)
• In the Ring, Buia Gallery, New York, NY (November - December)
• Panoply, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY (September)
2004 • Wednesdays at the Wall, 55 Broad Street, New York, NY (September - December)
• Representing the Figure, Gallerie 21:26, Oslo, Norway (July)
2002 • My Collection: Gary Haller, Jonathan Edwards' Master's Home, Yale University, New Haven, CT; catalogue (December)
• Celebrating 30 Years of Women at Yale, Yale University, New Haven, CT; catalogue (September - December)
• The Modern Form, The Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT (October - December)
• Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
• The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
• Beth deWoody
• The Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin
• Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Maine (promised gift of Bryson Brodie)
• The Brooklyn Museum of Art (promised gift of Dr. Elizabeth Sackler)
• Burger Collection, Hong Kong
• Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York
• The Hall Art Foundation
• Kemper Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri
• Mills College Art Museum, Oakland, Califorina
• Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey
• Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
• The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts
• The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York
• The Weatherspoon Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
• The Whitney Museum of Art, New York, New York
• Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Massachsetts
• Yale University Art Museum, New Haven, CT
• Dieu Donné Workspace Program, Artist in Residence 2014-2015
• Dong Kingman Fellowship, New York, NY, 2005-6
Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Second Artist Grant, Quebec, Canada, 2005
Viar Merit Fellowship, Columbia University, New York, NY, 2004-6
Fulbright Scholarship, Painting: Year long study at the National Academy of Fine Art, Oslo, Norway; investigation of Edward Munch, 2003-4
Yale Graduation Art Award, Jonathan Edwards’ College, 2002
Sudler Grant, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1999–2002  
Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant, Quebec, Canada, 2001
Robert Hilgendorf Traveling Fellowship, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 2001
Mellon Undergraduate Research Scholarship, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 2000–2001

• Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Artist Talk for Dread and Delight: Fairy Tales in an Anxious World, curated by Emily Stamey, Grinnell, IW, April 2019
• CAA: Panel on Rape and Representation, curated by Jasmine Wahi, NY, NY, March 2019
• Weatherspoon Art Museum, Talk with Jack Zipes: Grimm Tales and Collaboration, September 2018

• Tang Museum, Skidmore: Accelerator Series Program 5, #feminism?: Activism & Agitation in the Digital Age, January 29; curated by Isolde Brielmaier
• Brooklyn Museum of Art, Artist's Eye Talk, Conference: Inspiring Social Change, Roots of “The Dinner Party”: History in the Making, curated by Carmen Hermo, October 21
• Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, in coordination with Alexandra Schwartz' exhibition of Helen Frankenthaler, Williamstown, MA, July 27, 2017
• Soho House, Andrew Russeth interviews Natalie Frank and three dominatrices in advance of Dancers and Dominas at Rhona Hoffman Gallery, New York, May 16, 2017
• Bowdoin College Museum of Art, in coordination with Why Draw? 500 Years of Drawings and Watercolors, Brunswick, Maine, May 2017
• Fashion Institute of Technology, in coordination with Fairy Tales in Fashion, New York, NY, April 2016
• Visiting Critic, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY March 2016
• Presentation at College Art Association: “Linda Nochlin,” Washington, DC, February 2016
• Visiting Critic, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI, February 2015
• Visiting Critic, Pratt, New York NY, Spring 2014, Fall 2014
• Visiting Critic, Brooklyn College, New York NY, Fall 2014
• Panel on Women Collectors and Artists and Private Viewing of Helena Rubinstein Exhibition: Women Collectos and “Matrons” in Today's World, POW Arts, November 2014
• Artist Talk: Montclair Art Museum Contemporaries, December 2013
• Visiting Critic, The New York Studio School, New York, NY, Spring 2013
• Taught Masterclass on Painting the Figure at New York Academy of Art, New York, NY, 2012
• Symposium lead by Linda Nochlin at Florida Atlantic University Museum, Figured Spaces: Selections from the John Morrissey Collection, featured artist, 2012
• Artist talk as part of  Printed Histories: 16 Years of Print Portfolios at Exit Art, New York, NY, 2012
• Lecture at the Rose Art Museum, for inclusion in exhibition, Regarding Painting, Brandeis University, 2010
• Panel in conjunction with the exhibition Reconfiguring the Body in American Art 1820-2009 at the National Academy Museum in New York, moderated by Dr. Elizabeth Sackler, 2009
• Visiting artist and artist talk: Yale University, New Haven, CT; Hunter College, School of the Arts, New York, NY; NYU School of the Arts, New York NY; Pratt, New York NY; The New York Academy of Art, New York NY; The Studio School, New York NY; Maryland Institute of Contemporary Art, Baltimore, Maryland

• New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
• Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI
• Pratt, New York, NY
• Brooklyn College, New York, NY
• The New York Studio School, New York, NY
• Yale University, New Haven, CT
• Hunter College, School of the Arts, New York, NY
• NYU School of the Arts, New York, NY
• Maryland Institute of Contemporary Art, Baltimore, MD
• University of North Carolina at Greensboro
• Elon University, Elon, NC
• Grinnell College, Grinnel, Iowa
2019 • Frank, Natalie. Mentorship as Activism, The Brooklyn Rail, March
• Frank, Natalie. Out of a Dark Wood. Hand Papermaking Magazine, Winter
2018 The Un-Heroic Act: Representation of Rape in Contemporary Women's Art in the U.S., text by Monika Fabijanska, Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, NY
• Frank, Natalie and Lawrence Weschler in Conversation, O, Lucia Marquand, published in conjunction with exhibition, O, Half Gallery, May
• Frank, Natalie. “In the Discussion About the Sacklers and Oxycontin, It's Important to Get the Facts Right.” Artnet News, January 28
2017 • Frank, Natalie. “For Women Artists, the Art World Can Be a Minefield.” Artnews, November 13
The Apprentice and The Authoritarian. 10 pg. essay exploring parallels between The Sorcerer's Apprentice and our current political climate, ills. Modern Painters, May
Why Draw? 500 Years of Drawings and Watercolors, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Prestel, 2017
• Zipes, Jack ed., Natalie Frank, ill. The Sorcerer's Apprentice, An Anthology of Magical Tales. Princeton University Press, 2016
2015 Frank, Natalie, Linda Nochlin, Jack Zipes, Julie Taymor and Claire Gilman. Tales of the Brothers Grimm. Drawings by Natalie Frank. Ed. Karen Marta. Bologna: Damiani, 2015
Frank, Natalie. “Linda Nochlin.” The Brooklyn Rail, July-August
Frank, Natalie. “Tomi Ungerer by Natalie Frank.” BOMB, January
2014 McCann, Margaret. The Figure. Skira Rizzoli, 2014 (panel New York Public Library)
BOMB. “Natalie Frank by Dasha Shishkin,” conversation, Spring

• Barnes, Michael. "Ballet Austin converts Grimm Tales into a tour de force." Austin 360, April
• High, Thomas. "Grimm Tales at Ballet Austin." Cool Hunting, April
• Corbett, Rachel. "How Can a Simple Drawing Become an Epic Fairy-Tale Ballet? Artist Natalie Frank Describes Her Process." Artnet News, March
• Brenner, Wayne Alan. "Ballet Austin's Grimm Tales Gets Brutally Frank." The Austin Chronicle, March
• Selvin, Claire. "Salon 94 Now Represents Natalie Frank." Artnews, March
• Crow, Kelly. "Fashioning a Fairy-Tale." The Wall Street Journal, March 28
• Barnes, Michael. "Once upon a 'Grimm' fairytale: Ballet Austin debuts art-inspired dance." Austin 360, March
• Auber, Arianna. "Things to do in Austin the weekend of March 28-31." Austin 360, March
• van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. "Ballet Austin dances a vivid, unsettled version of Grimms' Fairy Tales." Sightlines, March
• Paper City, "Dark Fairy Tales Take Ballet Austin to a Fantastical New World - Viewer Discretion Advised." March
• Shaddock, Lisa Collins. "Spinning Tales." Paper City, March
• Thurmond, Sarah. "Does Ballet Austin's 'Grimm Tales' Have a Happily Ever After?" Austin Monthly, March
• ACTX. "Top Ten: March 2019." ACTX, March
• Lansky, Chava. "Mixed Media Premieres Take the Stage." Pointe Magazine, February - March
• Tauer, Kristen. “Costume Designer Constance Hoffman, Artist Natalie Frank Team for ‘Grimm Tales’ Ballet.” WWD, January 14
• Cascone, Sarah. “Artist Natalie Frank’s Dark Spin on the Brothers Grimm Is Being Transformed Into a New Ballet.” Artnet, October 4
• Broadway World, "Ballet Austin to Premiere Grimm Tales." October


• Carrigan, Maggie and Victoria Stapley-Brown. “Three Exhibitions to see in New York this Weekend.” The Art Newspaper, November 1
• Steinhauer, Jillian. “Female Artists on Rape's Emotional Toll.” The New York Times, October 19
• Cascone, Sarah. “Artist Natalie Frank's Dark Spin on the Brothers Grimm is Being Transformed into a New Ballet.” Artnet News, October 4
• Holmes, Jessica. “The Un-Heroic Act: Representations of Rape in Contemporary Women's Art in the US.” The Brooklyn Rail, October 3
• Stamey, Emily. Dread & Delight. Weatherspoon Art Museum UNC Greensboro in association with University Press of Colorado
• Goslee, John and Heather Zises, Editors. 50 Contemporary Women Artists. Foreword by Elizabeth A. Sackler. Schiffer Publishing
• Gray, Julia. “Infamous Erotic Novel 'Story of O' Inspired Natalie Frank's Arousing Art.” Vice, June 11
• Steinhauer, Jillian. “Natalie Frank. Art in Review, What to See in NY Galleries This Week.” The New York Times, June 6
• Donahue, Katy. “Natalie Frank Tells The Story of “O” at Half Gallery,” The Impact Issue: Whitewall Magazine, Summer
• Yau, John. “Natalie Frank's Fairy Tale For Adults Only.” Hyperallergic, May 27
• Frank, Priscilla. “A Notorious 1950s Erotic Novella Proves Just as Contentious In 2018.” Huffington Post, May 25
• Mahaney, Emily. “When Feminists Censor Feminists.” Damn Joan, May 22
• Gamble, Ione. “Twisted Portraits of Sex, Power and Feminine Desire.” Huck Magazine, May 10
• Swanson, Carl. “When a Feminist Artist Is Censored by a Feminist Gallery.” New York Magazine, April 18
• “Cultured Magazine's Top 25,” Cultured Magazine, April
• Carrigan, Margaret. “Natalie Frank on Fairy Tales and the Pornographic Imagination.” Elephant, March 28
• Clemence, Paul. “Works on Paper.” Modern Magazine, March 8
• Cryan, Liz. “Feminist Toile, Fempower, Brooklyn Artists: It’s All in Flavor Paper’s Latest Women- Designed Line.” Brownstoner, March 20


• Casale, Rocky. “These Women Muralists are Sparking a Social Dialogue in Cities Around the World.” Travel+Leisure, December 14
• Neuendorf, Henri. “Show & Tell: The Artists of  'Engender' Are Reimagining How Painters Depict Gender.” Artnet News, November 9
• Lehrer, Adam. “8 Artists on How Gender Functions in Their Work.” Untitled, November 8
• Fuller, Gabriela. “These Are The Faces of Art Activism Today.” Departures, September 19
• James, Damian. “Powerful Strokes.” New City, Art, June 8
• “Painter Natalie Frank on What New York City's Dominatrix Community Taught Her About Art,” Interview with Sarah Cascone. Artnet News, June 8
• McDermott, Emily. “10 Female Artists to Watch.”, May 9
• Frank, Priscilla. “Mural Showcases 37 Real and Repulsive Things Politicians Have Said About Women.” Huffington Post, February 22
Sargent, Antwaun. “37 Politicians Get A Mural Dedicated to Their Most Shameful Comments About Women.” Creators: Vice Magazine, February 17
McCammon, Alexi. “How Six Artists Are Using Donald Trump's Anti-Feminist Comments To Spark a Powerful Movement.” Bustle, February 15
Van Straaten, Laura. “A Generational Battle of Subversive Wit at Tribeca's “Piss and Vinegar.” Artnet News, January 31


Corbett, Rachel. “Natalie Frank and Zoe Buckman Create A Mural of Sexist Horror.”, December 8
Donahue, Katy. “Zoe Buckman and Natalie Frank Won't Let You Forget What Politicians Say About Women.”, December 7
Frank, Priscilla. “Two Feminists Are Turning The Degrading Things Politicians Say About Women Into Art.” The Huffington Post, December 1
Brooks, Katherine and Priscilla Frank. “What It Means To Be An Artist in The Time of Trump.” The Huffington Post, November 18
Halperin, Julia. “Three New York Artists Share Their Advice for the Met Breuer.” The Art Newspaper, February 22
Hyperallergic. “Best of 2015: Our Top 20 NYC Art Shows.” Hyperallergic, December 15

2015 Nance, Kevin. "6 art books for holiday giving." Chicago Tribune, November 25
Schwabsky, Barry. “Natalie Frank. The Drawing Center.” Artforum (review), September
Mobilio, Albert. “Tales of the Brothers Grimm. Drawings by Natalie Frank.” Bookforum September
The Week Magazine. “Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm.” August 28, 2015
Eichenwald, Wes. “Dark Fairy Tales.” Austin Way, August, 25, 2015
Brenner, Wayne Alan. “Sistering the Brothers Grimm.” The Austin Chronicle, August 14
Brenner, Wayne Alan. “How Many Fables in the Naked City?” The Austin Chronicle, August 13
Belcove, Julie. “Into the Woods Once Again.” Introspective Magazine, August 10
Steele, Colin. “Book reviews.” The Sydney Morning Herald, August 1
Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “Natalie Frank re-imagines The Brothers Grimm.” The Austin American Statesman, July 21 (front page of Life+Arts)
Tse, Samantha. “Rewriting the Brothers Grimm.” Cultured Magazine, July
Friel, Katie. “Artist Spotlight: Natalie Frank and The Art of Coming Home.” Tribeza, July
McCollum, Caitlin G. “They Were Violent Times.” Texas Arts and Culture Magazine, July (cover)
Stockman, Sarah. “What To Do: Deliciously Dark, An Austin Native Reimagines Fables in Her New Exhibition.” Austin Monthly, July
McDonald, Kelli. “Blanton Exhibit Shows Dark Side of Brothers Grimm Tales.” Austinot, July 7 “Tales of the Brothers Grimm with drawings by Natalie Frank.” July
Stockman, Sarah. “Deliciously Dark – An Austin native reimagines fables in her new exhibition.” Austin Monthly, July
Laster, Paul. “Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm.” Timeout, review, June 19
Yau, John. “Natalie Frank Delivers the News from Never-Never Land.” Hyperallergic, Weekend Edition, May 31
Budick, Ariella. “Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm, The Drawing Center, New York.” The Financial Times, May 20
Heiner, Heidi Ann. “Natalie Frank: Tales of the Brothers Grimm” Sur La Lune, May 13
Epstein, Ian. “Natalie Frank's Grim Fairy Tales Art.” Vulture, New York Magazine, May 7
Sturgeon, Jonathon. “Violent, Erotic Illustration for Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales.” Flavorwire, May 7
Duray, Dan. “Into the Woods: Natalie Frank's Fairy Tales.” ArtNews, May 5
McDermott, Emily. “A Fairytale Nightmare.” Interview Magazine, April
The Art Newspaper. “Exhibitons, US & Americas: Ghastly tales for children, now in colour.” April
Boyer, Jake. “Exclusive: Natalie Frank on Painting Feminism into Fairy Tales.” Milk Made, April 22
Halle, Howard. “Critic's Pick: Natalie Frank, The Brothers Grimm.” TimeOut, April 15
Daniel, Daria. “Happenings Around Town.” Artnet News, April 13
Martinez, Alanna. “10 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before April 17.” New York Observer, April 13
ARTnews. “9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week.” April 13
Kinsella, Eileen. “Natalie Frank Explores Gruesome Side of the Grimm Fairy Tales in New Drawing Center Show.” Artnet, April 10
Bradley, Paige K. “500 Words: Natalie Frank on the Brothers Grimm.” April 7
Kazakina, Katya. “Not Safe for Kids: The Nudity and Torture Edition of Grimms' Fairy Tales.” Bloomberg, April 2
Frank, Priscilla. “One Artist Rips Open Grimms' Fairy Tales to Reveal Their Gruesome, Feminist Roots.” Huffington Post, April 2
Artspace. “10 Artists to Watch this April.” April 2
Shuster, Robert. “Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm.” The Village Voice, March 25-31
Bates, Rebecca. “Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm.” Nylon, April
Pignatelli, Benedetta. “Into the Art World: The Tastemaker.” Vogue Italia, March
Heddaya, Mostafa. “Met Museum Releases “Artists-on-Artists” Series.” Artinfo, March 27
Guiducci, Mark. “Spring Art Guide: The 10 Must-See Shows of the Season.”, March 20
Modern Painters. “Tales From The Brothers Grimm: A Portfolio by Natalie Frank,” March (ten pages of images and excerpted essay by Linda Nochlin from Tales of The Brothers Grimm, Drawings by Natalie Frank
2014 McCann, Margaret. The Figure. Skira Rizzoli, 2014 (panel New York Public Library)

Andrews Viglucci, Siobhan Morrissey and Jane Wooldridge. “Happy art, happy people at Art Basel Miami Beach.” The Miami Herald, December 3

Hamer, Katy Diamond. “26 Female Artists on Lynda Benglis and the Art World's Gender Problems.” New York Magazine, Vulture, November 23

Foliocue. “Meet the Artist: Natalie Frank,” November

Artnet News, Agenda: 8 Places to be this Week. “Panel Discussion: Women Collectors and “Matrons” in Today's Art World at the Jewish Museum, November
Cultured Magazine. "Multidimensional," Fal 2014
Rosenberg, Karen. "The New Season: Art," The New York Times, September 7, 2014, listings of museum shows for the upcoming year, Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm
Artnet News. "60 Fall Gallery Shows You Can't Miss," September 3, 2014
Chicago Magazine. Listing: Rhona Hoffman Gallery, "Interiors and Openings," September 5, 2014
Crow, Kelly. "This Art Star Believes in Fairy Tales," Wall Street Journal, August 14; slideshow of works
BOMB. "Natalie Frank by Dasha Shishkin," Spring 2014 pp. 128 - 135.
Laster, Paul. "Natalie Frank," Modern Painters, January, 2014.
2013 Schad, Ed. "Natalie Frank: ACME Gallery," ArtReview, December, 2013.
Pagel, David. "Natalie Frank makes a big, riveting mess at ACME," The Los Angeles Times, November 1, 2013.
Artweek, LA. "Natalie Frank: The Scene of a Disappearance," October 16, 2013.
Istanbul 74 Gazette. "Natalie Frank: QnA," October, 2013.
Frank, Priscilla. "Fall Art Exhibitions 2013: 25 Shows That Will Rock The Art World," The Huffington Post, September 21, 2013.
Cocain, Sid. "Carnivalesque," WHOA Magazine, Fall, 2013.
Shiner, Eric. "Highlights from the Armory Show 2013,", March, 2013.
Kunitz, Daniel. "The Best Booths at the Armory Show: A Critic's Take,", March 11, 2013.
Goldstein, Andrew. "Close Look: 9 Highlights from the Armory Show," Artspace, March, 2013.
Russeth, Andrew. "Alsoudani, Bacon, Guston and Rego at Marlborough Chelsea," GalleristNY, February, 2013.
Loos, Ted. "What Does 2013 Hold for the Art World?," Sotheby', January, 2013.
2012 Kunitz, Daniel. "Dramatic Flair: A Painter Flourishes in Contradiction," Modern Painters, October, 2012.
Beer, Jonathan. "Unwritten Spaces: Natalie Frank,", October 19, 2012.
Lindquist, Greg. "The Mad Bodies of Natalie Frank," Art in America online, October 15, 2012.
Arison, Sarah. "Natalie Frank's Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy," Lifestyle Mirror, October, 2012.
Frank, Priscilla. "Who's Afraid of Natalie Frank?," The Huffington Post, October 5, 2012.
Wolff, Rachel and Jonathan Sanden. "Natalie Frank - Video: In Advance of Her New Show,", October 4, 2012.
Duray, Dan. "10 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before October 6," Gallerist: The New York Observer online, October 2, 2012.
Harkness, Hilary. "Natalie Frank: The Governed and the Governors," Huffington Post, September 24, 2012. (article and film)
Wolff, Rachel. "Fall Preview 2012 - And We Are Also Anticipating," New York Magazine, August 19, 2012.
Miller, Michael; Jovanovic, Rozalia; Duray, Dan; Russeth, Andrew. "The 15 Hottest Artists of the Summer," Gallerist: The New York Observer online, July 24, 2012.
Martinez, Alanna. "The 'Having It All' Debate: RoseLee Goldberg, Lisa Phillips, and Others on Career and Family in the Art World,", July 19, 2012.
Martinez, Alanna. "Can Women in the Art World 'Have It All'? Responses to The Atlantic's Contentious Article,", July 17, 2012.
Jovanovic, Rozalia. "Jonathan Safran Foer Co-Curates Retrospective Exhibition of Fictional Painter," Gallerist: The New York Observer online, June 13, 2012.
Jovanovic, Rozalia. "Yound and Fair: VIP Art Fair Puts MFAs' Artworks up for Sale Online," Gallerist: The New York Observer online, June 5, 2012.
Hirsch, Faye. "Round Table: Artists on Their Settings for the Brooklyn Museum Gala," Art in America online, April 20, 2012.
Miller, Michael. "Celebrating Feminism (and Getting Drunk on Mead) at the Brooklyn Museum Gala," The New York Observer, April 19, 2012.
Nathan, Emily. "Brooklyn Artists' Ball 2012, Judy on My Mind,", April, 2012.
Jacaria, Nathalie. "Natalie Frank: Figure it Out," Style St. Barth Magazine, March, 2012.
Hamer, Katy. "Studio Visit: Artist Natalie Frank, Brooklyn, New York," Flash Art Online, January 3, 2012.
Santo Domingo, Lauren. "APT with LSD: Bettina Prentice,", 2012.
2011 Kunitz, Daniel. "Critic's Pick: A Room of Her Own,", 2011.
2010 Dijkstra, Bram. Naked: The Nude in America. New York: Rizzoli, 2010.
Schor, Mira. A Decade of Negative Thinking: Essays on Art, Politics, and Daily Life. Duke University Press Books, 2010.
Thompson, Don. The $12 Million Stuffed Shark: The Curious Economics of Contemporary Art. Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.
2008 Turner, Stephanie Gonzales. "Natalie Frank at Mitchell-Innes & Nash," Art in America, February, 2008.
2007 Honigman, Ana Finel. "Natalie Frank in Conversation with Ana Finel Honigman," The Saatchi Gallery Online Daily Magazine, October 1, 2007.
"Goings on About Town," The New Yorker, October 1, 2007.
Finch, Charlie. "Frankincense," Magazine, September 21, 2007.
Cohen, David. "The Fineries of Figurative Painting," The New York Sun, September 20, 2007.
Schwendener, Martha. "Art in Review," The New York Times, September 14, 2007.
"Arts+", The New York Sun, September 12, 2007.
Cohen, David. "Art Starts on September 6," The New York Sun, August 31, 2007.
2006 Vogel, Carol. "Warhols of Tomorrow Are Dealers' Quarry Today," The New York Times, April 15, 2006.
News and Features: "'School Days' at NYC's Tilton Gallery,", 2006.
Crow, Kelly. "The 23 Year Old Masters," The Wall Street Journal, April 14, 2006.
Johnson, Ken. "Art Listings," The New York Times, March 3, 2006.
Douglas, Sarah. "Student Princes," Art and Auction, March, 2006.
Rosenberg, Karen. "An Hour in Chelsea: Three noteworthy New York solo debuts," New York Magazine, February, 2006.
Tomkins, Calvin. "Brush with Greatness," The New Yorker, February, 2006.
Finch, Charlie. "The Seduction of Natalie Frank," Artnet, February, 2006.
2005 Finch, Charlie. "Toys in the Attic," Artnet, October 11, 2005.
Johnson, Ken. "Group Review," The New York Times, July 29, 2005.
Cohen, David. "Gallery Going," The New York Sun, July 14, 2005.
Snow, Jennifer. "Voice Choices: Art," The Village Voice, Summer, 2005.
2000 Haller, Dr. Gary; Heuer, Megan (editors). 30 Years: Women Artists at Yale, Jonathan Edwards College and The Women's Center, Yale University, 2000.