Natalie Hegert is a freelance art writer and editor, currently based in Lubbock, Texas. Her writing appears on Glasstire, Elephant Magazine, Artsy, ArtSlant, THE SEEN, Huffington Post, and ArtCritical, and she has written essays, reviews and op-eds for Papersafe Magazine, Dazed, Brooklyn Rail, Rhizomes, Photography and Culture, various exhibition catalogues, artist books, and other publications. She holds an MA in Art History and Theory from Hunter College, New York.

Gathered on This Beach: Sun & Sea, Lithuanian Pavilion

Laurie Simmons: Big Camera, Little Camera // Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Walead Beshty: In Conversation

The Allure of Matter: Material Art From China // The Smart Museum of Art and Wrightwood 659

Sable Elyse Smith: Men Who Swallow Themselves In Mirrors

Phillipe Parreno: Two Automatons for One Duet

Counter-Geography: Bouchra Khalili // Profile of the Artist

Potent Pussy: Judy Chicago

Kathryn Andrews: Menace in the Details // MCA Chicago

Irena Haiduk: Seductive Exacting Realism