Predrag Pajdic is a London based art historian, editor and curator (graduated from Central St. Martins and the Courtauld Institute of Art) who has been exhibiting and curating in the UK and internationally, as well as writing and lecturing on contemporary art.
Sang Bleu will be featured in the show he is curating in London in May, Lingering Whispers.
Does self expression flourish under pressure? Is creativity at its most acute in times of social, political and financial crises? More than anything, do the arts provide hope during periods of extreme difficulty? Asks Predrag Pajdic.
06 May – 06 June 2010
Opening reception 06 May 2010 from 6.30 P.M.
Crypt, St Pancras Church
London NW1 2BA,
Exhibited artists: Dom Agius, Errikos Andreu, Barney Ashton, Milijana Babic, Joachim Baldauf, Stefania Bonatelli, Wren Britton, Carolyn Cowan, Fran Dileo, Alexandra Eldridge, Devin Elijah, Manuel Estevez, Roberto Foddai, Al Giga, Frances Goodman, Christophe Haleb, Katharina Hesse, Daniel Holfeld, Kobi Israel, Pascale Lafay, Scooter Laforge, Emiliano Lazzarotto, Mark Mander, Tupac Martir, Katarina Mootich, Michal Ohana-Cole, Maflohé Passedouet, Petra Reimann, Ricci/Forte, Pato Rivero, Yvonne De Rosa, Mauro Santucci, Iris Schieferstein, Erick Soler, Tapio Snellman, Wolfgang Stiller, Christopher Stribley and Cyrille Weiner.