My name is Aindrea Emelife and I am a twenty-one year old art critic and presenter from London, currently in my final year BA History of Art at The Courtauld Institute of Art. My aim is to recontextualise art history for the younger generation by looking at the past through a contemporary lens. Rubens, Gauguin and Cezanne will never be the same again!
These are three short films I have made about my favourite paintings from The Courtauld Collection.
I have presented films for Waldemar Januszczak (ZCZ Films), the Dairy Art Centre, the Hepworth Wakefield Museum, the Royal Academy of Arts and The Courtauld Gallery. I am currently working on a number of art documentary projects and commissions for 2015/16 whilst being mentored by Courtauld alumnus and art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon.
I have written for The Financial Times, The Guardian, RA Magazine and This is Tomorrow amongst other international publications. I continue to work directly with various artists, collectors and galleries on various projects and initiatives and have recently taken up a role as head curator for a South East London art project space to be relaunched later this year.