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Interview for Candid Magazine: "Speaking About Cultivating Wastelands At Rossi & Rossi Gallery, London"

Suleman Aqeel Khilji, Cultivating Wastelands, 2018

Suleman Aqeel Khilji, Cultivating Wastelands, 2018

Published in Candid Magazine, 04 August 2018

Exhibiting artworks by eight emerging Pakistani artists, Cultivating Wastelands is the second collaborative project between Project Art Divvy and Rossi & Rossi gallery in London. Currently on view until August 17that Rossi & Rossi in the art hub St. James’s, the show highlights the widespread effects of rapid industrialization and urbanization. Candid Magazine’s Ariane Belisle sat down with the curator of the exhibition and founder of Art Divvy, Zahra Khan, to discuss the exhibition.

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Interview for Candid Magazine: "An Interview with the Curator Marine Tanguy Ahead of Art Night London"

Marine Hardeman, Art Night , 2017

Marine Hardeman, Art Night , 2017

Published in Candid Magazine, 27 June 2017

On July 1st 2017, the streets of East London will be transformed with art, performance and music. Encouraging the public to view art and the city through a new lens, Art Night focuses on a specific area of London to explore its distinctive identity, culture and architecture. Few artists are better equipped than Marine Hardeman to create a dialogue between the city and visual arts. For this particular project, she will be spotlighting sewer drains with a ballet of lights. Candid Magazine’s Ariane Belisle sat down with the curator of the installation and CEO of MTArt, Marine Tanguy, to discuss the project.

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Interview for Candid Magazine: "Procedures & Materials: An Interview With Artist Scarlett Bowman"

Candid Magazine, Issue 15, The Luxury Issue

Candid Magazine, Issue 15, The Luxury Issue

Published in Candid Magazine, 05 June 2017

Repurposing the recycled waste of contemporary culture, Scarlett Bowman’s artworks revisit the Duchampian readymade. Brightly hued fragments of discarded materials appear to hover over the off-white composite, as the semi-abstract forms they create develop an autonomous and distinctive visual language. Eschewing their preconceived utilitarian value, the pieces transcend into the symbolic realm. Through the artist’s re-appropriation of humdrum objects, the compositions simultaneously convey familiarity and strangeness, as well as completeness and provisionality. Candid Magazine’s Ariane Belisle sat down with Scarlett to talk about her practice, in light of the Procedures & Materials exhibition at Collectionair, until 24th July 2017.

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