An environmentalist working as an artist, writer, international tax attorney and public accountant, who has curated a Climate Change Art Show at Balat Culture Center, Istanbul.
Selva Ozelli is an environmentalist who expresses this sentiment as an artist, a writer, an international tax attorney and a certified public accountant.
Selva has been trained as a painter by world-renowned artist Teymur Rzayev at his Atelier. She has curated the Climate Change Art Show that will take place in Balat Culture Center in Istanbul from May 30 to June 12 2020. Selva’s environmental paintings can be found on TalentHouse.
Her several first-of-its-kind legal analyses globally altered the transnational adjudication and disclosure of corporate polluting activity and of lobbying payments made to foreign government officials to change environmental laws/tax policies of countries. For more on that please see Tired Earth.
Selva is one of our members featuring their work as part of the ClimateCultures Quarantine Connection series. We shared her piece, Tsunami / Chasing the Quarantine Blues Away, on Day 22 of the 40-day series.
Creative Showcase Selva has contributed a piece on art shows she curated for London Climate Action Week to our Creative Showcase portfolio, an evolving collection of new and recent works from our members. See Art for Climate Action Week. And Selva previously featured an interview with Ceclia Lam, Director of the Chinese University of Hong Kong Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, ahead of the International Day for Biological Diversity. You can find this archive feature here. See Celebrating Biodiversity Day.
Selva’s ClimateCultures posts