Photographer, contemporary artist. Natasha is a member of the All-Russia Union of Photographers since 2012. She explores the topic of time as a physical phenomenon and its subjective perception by human. Natasha lives and works in the vicinity of Yekaterinburg.
Her solo exhibitions were held in Yekaterinburg and Pervouralsk. Natasha used to take part in group exhibitions in Russia and abroad, including the Yunnan Provincial Museum ("My family and I", 2020), the Russiantearoom gallery and curating agency in Paris ("Under pressure", 2017), the International festival of photography in China (2014, 2016), the 9th International Biennale "Fashion and Style in Photography" in Moscow (2015), "OpenBorder" Festival in Amsterdam (2014), Festival of Screen and Media Arts in Krasnoyarsk (2013), "PhotoExpo" in Romania (2012) and other projects.
The awards and contests, in which the photographer took part, run as follows: a special jury mark at the Moscow International Foto Awards in the "Science" category (Moscow, 2019); nomination for the International Photography Grant Award (London, 2018); shortlist of the "Les Boutographies" (2017); a special award from the IPA jury in the "Family of man" single photo competition in the "Family Portrait" category (2016); gold medal in the category "Documentary photography" at the 15th International Photography Festival in China (2013).
Natasha Podunova created the photo book "Look wider" (2012). This publication is included in the collections of the Association Valentin Haüy (Paris, France), the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Paris, Brussels, Berlin, Gdansk, Helsinki, Vienna, the Russian Society of Art and Culture in Antalya (Turkey), the Sverdlovsk Regional Scientific Library named after V.I. Belinsky (Yekaterinburg), as well as libraries for the blind in more than twenty cities of Russia and the Baltic countries.