Centrala and Contemporary Lynx invite you for the NETWORKING FOR CREATIVES and Central Bloc members #3

Join us at the Clapham Library 22 January for an exciting evening and meet your peers in the arts community – artists, art critics, curators and culture managers, for drinks, enlightening conversations and art performance. Exchange ideas and form real connections.

The third networking event will focus on financial sustainability of creative profession.

We will talk about tools to support innovative projects and organizations, giving a lot of examples from the international cultural practice.


22 January 2019 // 6:30-9 p.m.

Clapham Library
91 Clapham High Street
London, SW4 7DB


Meet our speakers: Marine Tanguy (MTArt Agency), Paulina Korobkiewicz (photographer), Maria Jastrzębska (poet, feminist, editor)


‘An advocate for artists since a young age, Marine Tanguy managed her first gallery at age 21, opened her first art gallery in Los Angeles at age 23 and finally created her current business in 2015, MTArt Agency, breaking from the gallery model to promote better the artists she believed in across the globe. MTArt is the first artist agency promoting influential visual artists and specialising in talent management: building, growing and accelerating careers. Marine was recently awarded Forbes 2018 30 under 30 Europe: Art & Culture. She is a writer and frequent speaker on contemporary art. Her talks include two TEDx Talks on how to transform cities with art and how social media visuals affects our minds.

Paulina Korobkiewicz

Paulina Korobkiewicz (b. 1993, Suwałki, Poland) is a photographer and visual artist based in London. In 2015, she graduated from BA Fine Art Photography at Camberwell College of Arts. Her work has been exhibited internationally and has been featured in a variety of publications. Paulina is the winner of Camberwell Book Prize 2016, she was nominated for Prix Pictet 2018, Magnum Photos Graduate Photographers Award 2017; shortlisted for Belfast Photo Festival Open Submission 2017, Bar Tur Photobook Award 2015 and selected for Creative Review & JCDecaux Talent Spotting Guide 2015.


Poet, editor and translator, Maria Jastrzębska was born in Warsaw, Poland and came to the U.K as a child. She was co-editor of Queer in Brighton (New Writing South 2014) and has translated Justyna Bargielska’s The Great Plan B (Smokestack 2017). Her drama Dementia Diaries toured nationally in 2011. Her work is widely anthologised and features in the British Library project Between Two Worlds – Poetry and Translation. For the last 6 months she has been working on Snow Q, a collaborative project of research and development funded by Arts Council England: The True Story of Cowboy Hat and Ingénue (Cinnamon Press/Liquorice Fish 2018) is her most recent collection. She lives in Brighton.