Curated by Paul Smith & Friends // meet Krew Boylan
24 sep 2014 by Nur El Shami
In celebration of Frieze Art Fair 2014, art:i:curate teams with Paul Smith to host an innovative exhibition of work by emerging London-based artists that combines Mayfair’s deep-rooted art heritage with the digital world’s trail-blazing creative community.
Open to all, by registering at articurate.net, everyone has the opportunity to express their creativity in front of an audience of both art fans and the industry’s elite.
Australian born, New York-based actress Krew Boylan walks us through the wilderness of humanity.
City : New York City and Sydney
Profession: Actor / Writer
As a kid I wanted to be: Actor
AIC: How would you describe your own personal aesthetic?
KB: Goldie. Curly. Jumble.
AIC: How would your friends describe your personality?
AIC: What inspires you?
KB: People. Walking in the wilderness of humanity.
AIC: Who's your hero?
KB: My Dad.
AIC: Do you consider yourself a collector? If so, what do you collect?
KB: Pieces of art work from my hard working, talented and well established friends. Photography. Collages. Paintings.
AIC: What's your most precious possession?
KB: A ring my Mum handed down to me.
AIC: Why did you get involved in this project?
KB: I love the concept. I want to buy more art but I'm not overly familiar with new artists outside of Australia.
AIC: What does the term 'curating' mean to you?
KB: To me 'curating' = creating a party on the walls.
AIC: How do you usually take art in?
KB: In a gallery, not too crowded, standing a good distance back from the art work, with a friend or my man, looking at another piece just over there.
AIC: Tell us something about yourself - anything.
KB: I crave swimming in the ocean at least once a week.