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We have worked with L’Occitane to install a new piece of public art in the heart of Regent Street, to give something special to the local community during their daily walks. We know how much public art is important, especially during lockdown when museums and galleries are closed, so it’s a dream to team up with L’Occitane and be able to provide an art project that can be enjoyed by everyone, with the magical work of Claire Luxton.
Claire Luxton’s work brings hope, healing and peace, the beautiful stained glass butterflies covering the store windows and Claire’s self-portrait are pure magic! The installation is on display between January and March 2021.
We wanted to provide a constructive and positive response to the January lockdown that would offer some light and hope to everyone. Following an accident when she was younger, our artist Jennifer Abessira started to use her art and colour reference as a therapy and an escape, so we couldn’t think of anyone better to inspire and bring joy with their art. We have filled the cabinets of curiosity with 107 of Abessira’s pieces, each an invitation to step into her photographic world of intense colours and experience a moment of tranquillity and wonder. The work is in the open air, and of course free to access. Thanks to the Crown Estate for all their support.
Advising the most prestigious banks with the artworks they shall be acquiring for their corporate collection is a dream come true. We are so proud that Union Banque Privée (UBP) in Monaco decided to acquire both the works of Léo Caillard and Delphine Diallo for their progressive nature.
David Aiu Servan-Schreiber worked with Parisian brand Diptyque. From theatre, music, painting, or fabrics, Diptyque’s world is made up of powerful emotions and delicate pleasures, art and the art of living. In the heart of St James’s Market Pavillion, the artworks from his stunning exhibition “It’s Later Than You Think” are intermingled with this world. Next to the “planet mirrors” and “microcosm”, the Diptyque objects reflect and shine in a beautiful way that enhances the beauty of each object.
Franco Japanese artist Tiffany Bouelle collaborated with the interior design brand Babel Brune and created stunning home furniture. Inspired by Art in general, each of Babel Brune’s collections comes to life when they meet an artist that inspires them to create and have fun. The brand was moved by Tiffany’s modernity and the passion to transmit emotions through objects, a passion that they both share. The curves on the objects are body fragments of women Tiffany met. The bodies are mixed with everyday objects, this beautiful mix symbolizes the alliance of art and design; a recurrent theme in Tiffany’s works.
From the Factory Berlin x Sónar+D Artist in Residence program our amazing LA-based artist duo Ania Catherine and Dejha Ti present I’d rather be in a dark silence than (2020), a multimedia interpretation of their signal blocking trench coat of the same name. Created in collaboration with fashion designer Barbara Sanchez-Kane, the coat merges conceptual art, fashion, and function.
The exhibition explores the dynamic intersections between humanity and technology, the spaces between dreaming and data, code and catharsis.
Léna Mahfouf, the young woman who is inspiring an entire generation in France, who is the number one bookselling author in France and who embodies positive values such as self-confidence and self-esteem, likes to trust us to make her home more inspiring with the work of our artist Tiffany Bouelle. At MTArt we are proud to see this new generation of women support our artists.
Occupying 12 metres of vacant shopfronts in the heart of Regent Street, the public art exhibition “One Love” showcases Delphine Diallo’s powerful photography. The exhibition opens the narrative for a more inclusive world and society. Working with The Crown Estate, MTArt Agency has been installing artworks on shopfronts and hoardings to keep the area an uplifting place to visit in spite of the Covid crisis. The trail of public art is accessible to everyone, promoting positivity, inclusivity and empowerment.
Our artist Tiffany Bouelle created a series of artworks for the new trendy Hôtel Rochechouart, a fully revamped Art Deco historical building in the heart of the 9th arrondissement in Paris.
MTArt artists Andrea Tyrimos and Tiffany Bouelle on the cover of Madame Figaro. For the 40th anniversary of the magazine, art curator David-Herve Boutin has selected 26 artists to be exhibited at an exhibition at the Monnaie de Paris, who will also feature on the cover of Madame Figaro. The auction house Artcurial will lead an auction of the works to benefit Togeth’Her. 26 female and male contemporary artists were given carte blanche to design Madame Figaro’s cover page, featuring a portrait of a woman who has played a role in our modern history and who will continue to passionately promote essential causes in the future.
Teaming up with The Crown Estate, MTArt Agency has incorporated exciting artworks in streets and shops that have struggled since the COVID-19 outbreak. In order to keep the area beautiful and inspiring, artists Léo Caillard and Àsìkò have provided artistic responses to activate the area. Asiko’s works adorn hoardings by the Royal Academy whilst Caillard’s piece takes over a shop front on Conduit Street, nestled among luxury brand names and restaurants. Both artists’ work feature strong, powerful women, projecting presence and inclusivity.
The work of Mahtab Hussain forms part of a major new public exhibition in King’s Cross Tunnel and the surrounding area alongside other leading international artists. Curated by Ekow Eshun and in partnership with the Fund for Global Human Rights, the exhibition faces the crippling effects of COVID-19 and its impact on marginalized communities, and the ways in which the consequences of inequality and racism have been exposed this year.
Ben Cullen Williams created A=V, a public art project in the North Piazza of Covent Garden commissioned by Capco Covent Garden and executed by MTArt Agency in October 2020.
MTArt Agency has spent 2020 trying to make magic and miracles happen, whilst inspiring people all over the world, and are delighted to be doing just that in partnership with Rosewood London. On 8th October, experts in public art MTArt Agency will be installing the work of MTArt artist, Lauren Baker in the grounds of the Rosewood London Hotel. Inspiring everyone who sees it, the uplifting neon piece ‘Expect Magic and Miracles’ will be on view outside the luxury hotel on High Holborn
MTArt Agency is incredibly proud to present, “It’s later than you think”, the work of their artist David Aiu Servan Schreiber in the heart of London’s most thriving areas, St James’s. “It’s later than you think” is a mirror series commenting on pressing environmental issues. These astonishing mirrors, remind the public of the climate emergency in which they are by placing the viewers in the mirror planet, making them face their individual responsibility.
Inside Out Festival is the latest initiative from Westminster City Council to attract visitors back to the West End to enjoy London’s Cultural and hospitality safely. From Marble Arch through Leicester Square to Covent Garden Piazza, the Inside Out festival will feature performances and installations from some of the area’s top theatres, opera houses, and galleries. Our artists, Claire Luxton, Ben Cullen Williams and Lauren Baker will be part of this festival.
LONDON, September 2020 – Sofitel, the ambassador of modern French style, is to share ‘Joie de Vivre’ (The Joy of Life) from 28 September – 19 October 2020 through Silver Lining. Silver Lining is a major art installation situated in the St James’s locale, it inspire passers-by to look for the Silver lining in life as they navigate this new era. Our artist duo Ania Catherine and Dejha Ti will take part of this project with the poet Greta Bellamacina.
Artists Ania Catherine and Dehja Ti designed a special art installation and performance activation during London Fashion Week September 2020 at The Serpentine Gallery for the Mithridate SS21 Anthropocene.
We put together a hope-themed art exhibition thanks to Sookspaces with curator Mary Ahearn that celebrates the role that art plays into our lives and our hearts. Featuring Delphine Diallo, Tiffany Bouelle, Amber Vittoria, Asiko, Andrea Tyrimos, David Aiu Servan-Schreiber, Claire Luxton and Léo Caillard.
Mahtab Hussain has made two portraits for the Everyday Heroes exhibition. Printed at over five metres high and displayed in the outdoor spaces around the Hayward Gallery and the Southbank Centre.
Dejha Ti and Ania Catherine collaborated with Chinese brand Mithridate and launched Natural Subject(s), an innovative response to the lockdown portraying the brand’s new collection.
Tiffany Bouelle has been invited to exhibit a body of works she created during the confinement at the world renowned St-Petersburg Academy of Arts in Florence.
MTArt Agency now counts a 3rd location in Monaco, thanks to Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) whose space is opening at the end of June. To launch it, we have developed an exhibition program that addresses key topics that MTArt and its artists feel very passionate about.
We launched the exhibition “Female Lenses for Art Activism” as part of #MIAanywhere, a new online initiative brought by the prestigious MIA Collection. With a selection of 7 of our most talented women artists, we wanted to contribute to MIA Collection’s mission to increase the visibility of female artists everywhere.
MuseumWeek joined forces with MTArt Agency to organize the 7th edition of its worldwide festival for cultural institutions on social media, supported by UNESCO and Europa Nostra.
As shown on the FT Weekend cover, our artist Saype created the biggest public artwork under the Tour Eiffel, a 15 000 square meter biodegradable painting which is part of the international project “Beyond Walls”
A. Lange & Söhne invited our artist Léo Caillard to be the face of their latest campaign celebrating their 25th anniversary of the iconic Lange 1.
Our artist Lauren Baker created 2 public sculptures for the festival Azimuth and the development of UNESCO site Al-Ula (Saudi Arabia) and exhibited next to Kusama’s Infinity Room.
David Aiu Servan-Schreiber exhibited a selection of his works from the series Planets and Microcosms, engaging with the exquisite backdrop of the Rosewood London.
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