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The Trees are Watching

Christchurch Gardens, London, UK

<p>Christchurch Gardens, which recently won a London in Bloom award host a tree installation by Lauren Baker, untitled ‘The Trees Are Watching’ made of neon. This subtle illumination will encourage visitors to wander and (re)discover Victoria. This work has been brought to you by MTArt Agency and Westminster City’s Council.</p> <p>Lauren Baker uses mesmeric, glowing shapes which draw on ancient symbolism and spiritual beliefs and employs neon words, using light to evoke positive thoughts to seep into your subconscious and start a thread of high-frequency consciousness.</p> <p>The Inside Out festival continues this October with a series of outdoor art, sculpture and illuminated installations to surprise and delight visitors on the streets of Westminster this autumn. Launching on the 14th of October, the art series features pop up outdoor exhibitions, late-night gallery openings, immersive floorscapes, fun sculptures and stunning illuminated installations – all free for visitors to enjoy.</p> <p>Follow us on Instagram: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/mtartagency/">@mtartagency</a> <a href="https://www.instagram.com/westminsterreveals/">@</a><a href="https://www.instagram.com/westminsterreveals/">westminsterreveals</a></p>

Do you want to change the world with me?

9 Porchester Square, London, UK

<p>9 Porchester Sq is hosting a neon installation by Lauren Baker titled ‘Do you want to change the world with me?’. This work has been brought to you by MTArt Agency and Westminster City’s Council.</p> <p>Lauren Baker is a British contemporary multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in London. Her artwork poses a question, it’s an invitation, and it is intended to activate your soul’s higher purpose. A sense of mystery and emergence – of connecting with something beyond or much bigger than our own immediate world – pulsates throughout her work.</p> <p>Lauren Baker’s work explores human connection, metaphysics and the expansiveness of the universe. Her signature neon works portray the power of energy through her poetic typographic and celestial chakra artworks. Passionate about environmental issues and sustainability, the artist uses light to express the ‘secrets of the universe’ and aims to raise the vibration of love and connection within the world.</p> <p>She is an experimental artist whose practice expands across multiple disciplines and mediums to address the vastness of the universe. Conceptually grounded but also aesthetically striking, her work involves making the unseen seen. Baker’s visual style is often built around either emitting or reflecting light.</p> <p>The Inside Out festival continues this October with a series of outdoor art, sculpture and illuminated installations to surprise and delight visitors on the streets of Westminster this autumn. Launching on the 14th of October, the art series features pop up outdoor exhibitions, late-night gallery openings, immersive floorscapes, fun sculptures and stunning illuminated installations – all free for visitors to enjoy.</p> <p>Follow us on Instagram: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/mtartagency/">@mtartagency</a> <a href="https://www.instagram.com/laurenbakerart/?hl=en">@laurenbakerart</a> <a href="https://www.instagram.com/westminsterreveals/">@</a><a href="https://www.instagram.com/westminsterreveals/">westminsterreveals</a> <a href="https://www.instagram.com/victoriabid/?hl=en">@victoriabid</a></p>

Portraits of Intimate Anonymity

UNIT P04, 210 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1A 9HL

<p>Walter & Zoniel have deeply explored the subject of portraiture. From previously creating works out of 24ct gold on giant format cameras and developing processes using the sweat of their subjects’ faces to create photographs, to shooting portraits of islands and of concepts.</p> <p>This ongoing series sees them delve into a new conceptual facet of portraiture. These stylised W&Z’s photographic works offer a unique intimacy and anonymity to a portrait. Each portrait is thickly overpainted, creating a sculptural incarnation of its subjects, whilst allowing both the subject and the viewer space to inhabit the work with ease.<br /> We are given space to examine, both the subject’s environment and our own natural ‘filling in of the gaps’, our preconceptions and presumptions.</p>

All your Life you were waiting for this Moment

Victoria Embankment Gardens, Villiers Street, London, UK

<p>Victoria Embankment Gardens are hosting a neon installation by Lauren Baker titled ‘All Your Life You Were Waiting For This Moment’ by York Watergate. This work has been brought to you by MTArt Agency and Westminster City’s Council.</p> <p>Lauren Baker uses mesmeric, glowing shapes which draw on ancient symbolism and spiritual beliefs and employs neon words, using light to evoke positive thoughts to seep into your subconscious and start a thread of high-frequency consciousness.</p> <p>The Inside Out festival continues this October with a series of outdoor art, sculpture and illuminated installations to surprise and delight visitors on the streets of Westminster this autumn. Launching on the 14th of October, the art series features pop up outdoor exhibitions, late-night gallery openings, immersive floorscapes, fun sculptures and stunning illuminated installations – all free for visitors to enjoy.</p> <p>Follow us on Instagram: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/mtartagency/">@mtartagency</a> <a href="https://www.instagram.com/westminsterreveals/">@</a><a href="https://www.instagram.com/westminsterreveals/">westminsterreveals</a></p>

Renaissance Women VIII

Conduit Street, London, UK

<p>Teaming up with <a href="https://www.thecrownestate.co.uk/">The Crown Estate</a>, 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 <a href="https://mtart.agency/artists/leo-caillard/">Léo Caillard’s</a> work feature strong, powerful women, projecting presence and inclusivity.</p> <p><span style="color: #3ebad6;">Listen to our artist Léo Caillard speak about our project while you are on our public art tour…</span></p> <!--[if lt IE 9]><script>document.createElement('audio');</script><![endif]--> <audio class="wp-audio-shortcode" id="audio-5415-1" preload="none" style="width: 100%;" controls="controls"><source type="audio/mpeg" src="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/3a8c23c9-ec5a-428a-aed2-8cfe74973e68-online-audio-converter.com_.mp3?_=1" /><a href="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/3a8c23c9-ec5a-428a-aed2-8cfe74973e68-online-audio-converter.com_.mp3">https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/3a8c23c9-ec5a-428a-aed2-8cfe74973e68-online-audio-converter.com_.mp3</a></audio>

Breathe

Drummond Street, London, UK

<p>Visit Euston Town and sport <strong>“Breathe”</strong>. We worked on the <a href="https://mtart.agency/euston-town-arts-cultural-strategy/">arts and culture strategy</a> of our partner <a href="https://www.eustontown.com/our-projects">Euston Town </a>(London, UK), and artist Jasmine Pradissitto presented a climate-change inspired sculpture to create a more sustainable environment for the residents and passers-by from the neighbourhood. This arts and culture strategy represents our commitment to helping to create a thriving creative scene, driven by the people who use the public realm. More information <a href="https://mtart.agency/euston-town-x-mtart-agency/">here</a>.</p>

Culture fix

88 Regent St, West End, London W1B 5RS, UK

<p>In collaboration with <a href="https://www.thecrownestate.co.uk/">The Crown Estate</a>, we brought a public art project on Regent Street with the work of our artist <a href="https://mtart.agency/artists/dede-bandaid/">Dede Bandaid</a>. “<strong>Culture fix” </strong>is an ongoing public art project started by Dede Bandaid at the beginning of the first lockdown. It aims at capturing as many people as possible from the cultural sector who are frustrated to not to be able to perform in front of their usual audience. ‘Culture fix’ is Dede Bandaid’s way to maintain local cultures alive while restrictions prevent us from gathering and celebrating together. To do so, the artist gives all kind of creators a temporary stage in the public space to keep a connection with their audience. More information <a href="https://mtart.agency/culture-fix-by-dede-bandaid/">here</a>.</p> <p><span style="color: #3ebad6;">Listen to our artist Dede Bandaid speak about our project while you are on our public art tour…</span></p> <audio class="wp-audio-shortcode" id="audio-5415-2" preload="none" style="width: 100%;" controls="controls"><source type="audio/wav" src="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/audio_dede-bandaid_pubilc-art-audio_TCE-2021-online-audio-converter.com_.wav?_=2" /><a href="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/audio_dede-bandaid_pubilc-art-audio_TCE-2021-online-audio-converter.com_.wav">https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/audio_dede-bandaid_pubilc-art-audio_TCE-2021-online-audio-converter.com_.wav</a></audio>

Plant Yourself

235 Regent St, London W1B 2EL, UK

<p>With our partner <a href="https://www.thecrownestate.co.uk/">The Crown Estate</a> and our artist <a href="https://mtart.agency/artists/claire-luxton/">Claire Luxton</a>, we launched our longest public art project along the 1.3km long street of Regent Street, entitled <strong>“Plant Yourself”</strong>. After our artist’s <a href="https://mtart.agency/loccitane-x-claire-luxton/">public art projects</a> in Central London that started in January 2021, our artist Claire Luxton is continuing to inspire Londoners with her art. For this special project, Londoners are invited to look at their feet level as they wander on Regent Street to spot the beautiful and colourful artworks of our artist on brand new planters. The Crown Estate and <a href="https://www.westminster.gov.uk/">Westminster City Council</a> helped <a href="https://www.regentstreetonline.com/">Regent Street</a> to create a greener, safer and more accessible West End and we are proud to be stepping in and highlighting it with these super cool photographs. To spot our planters with the photographs of our artist, passers-by can start their trail at Oxford Circus and head down towards Regent Street. More information <a href="https://mtart.agency/plant-yourself-c%E2%80%A6the-crown-estate/">here</a>.</p> <p><span style="color: #3ebad6;">Listen to our artist Claire Luxton speak about our project while you are on our public art tour…</span></p> <audio class="wp-audio-shortcode" id="audio-5415-3" preload="none" style="width: 100%;" controls="controls"><source type="audio/wav" src="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/audio_c.luxton_plant-yourself_TCE.wav?_=3" /><a href="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/audio_c.luxton_plant-yourself_TCE.wav">https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/audio_c.luxton_plant-yourself_TCE.wav</a></audio>

Portraits saisonnier

St James's Market Pavilion, Saint Alban's Street, London, UK

<p>MTArt Agency is proud to present <span style="color: #000000;"><strong>“Portraits Saisonnier”</strong></span>, an art installation by<strong> Tiffany Bouelle</strong>. <span style="font-weight: 400;">The history of these portraits began on a trip to Rome. The Artist was strongly inspired by sculptures of historical men and women. The concept behind this exhibition was to create a face that could speak to everyone by mixing features of both genders. </span></p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">These portraits can look familiar, reassuring or calming. To add an extra sensory dimension to these artwork series, Tiffany Bouelle has collaborated with the French nose designer Arthur Dupuy to elevate a series of perfume bottles into works of art. Each portrait presented in this exhibition is perfumed with a scent.</span></p>

A Simple Hello

Surrey Street, Croydon, UK

<p>Lauren Baker’s neon is the first of a series of public art pieces to be installed on Surrey Street in Croydon, it aims to bring a positive message to the area while providing a fun, alternative way to light under the pedestrian bridge. Lauren created this uplifting neon installation on Surrey Street Bridge as part of the council’s £1.1m renovation of the 700-year-old Surrey Street market (in collaboration with Rise Gallery).</p> <p><span style="color: #3ebad6;">Listen to our artist Lauren Baker speak about her project while you are on our public art tour…</span></p> <audio class="wp-audio-shortcode" id="audio-5415-4" preload="none" style="width: 100%;" controls="controls"><source type="audio/mpeg" src="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/audio_Lauren-Baker_a-simple-hello.m4a?_=4" /><a href="https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/audio_Lauren-Baker_a-simple-hello.m4a">https://mtart.agency/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/audio_Lauren-Baker_a-simple-hello.m4a</a></audio>

One Love

169-173 Regent St, London W1B 5TQ, UK

<p>The public art exhibition, “One Love”, occupies 12 metres of vacant shopfronts in the heart of Regent Street, and showcases <a href="https://mtart.agency/artists/delphine-diallo/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Delphine Diallo</a>’s powerful photography. The exhibition opens the narrative for a more inclusive world and society</p> <p>Working with <a href="https://www.thecrownestate.co.uk/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener">The Crown Estate</a>, 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.</p>

Our Current Public Art Projects in London

The Trees are Watching

Christchurch Gardens, London, UK

Do you want to change the world with me?

9 Porchester Square, London, UK

Portraits of Intimate Anonymity

UNIT P04, 210 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1A 9HL

All your Life you were waiting for this Moment

Victoria Embankment Gardens, Villiers Street, London, UK

Renaissance Women VIII

Conduit Street

euston town mtart agency

Breathe

Drummond Street

the crown estate regent street mtart agency dede bandaid

Culture fix

Regent Street

edited mtart agency claire luxton the crown estate

Plant Yourself

235 Regent St, London W1B 2EL

Portraits saisonnier

St James's Market Pavilion

A Simple Hello

Surrey Street Bridge, Croydon

One Love

Regent Street

The Trees are Watching

Lauren BakerChristchurch Gardens, London, UK

Christchurch Gardens, which recently won a London in Bloom award host a tree installation by Lauren Baker, untitled ‘The Trees Are Watching’ made of neon. This subtle illumination will encourage visitors to wander and (re)discover Victoria. This work has been brought to you by MTArt Agency and Westminster City’s Council.

Lauren Baker uses mesmeric, glowing shapes which draw on ancient symbolism and spiritual beliefs and employs neon words, using light to evoke positive thoughts to seep into your subconscious and start a thread of high-frequency consciousness.

The Inside Out festival continues this October with a series of outdoor art, sculpture and illuminated installations to surprise and delight visitors on the streets of Westminster this autumn. Launching on the 14th of October, the art series features pop up outdoor exhibitions, late-night gallery openings, immersive floorscapes, fun sculptures and stunning illuminated installations – all free for visitors to enjoy.

Follow us on Instagram: @mtartagency @westminsterreveals

Do you want to change the world with me?

Lauren Baker9 Porchester Square, London, UK

9 Porchester Sq is hosting a neon installation by Lauren Baker titled ‘Do you want to change the world with me?’. This work has been brought to you by MTArt Agency and Westminster City’s Council.

Lauren Baker is a British contemporary multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in London. Her artwork poses a question, it’s an invitation, and it is intended to activate your soul’s higher purpose. A sense of mystery and emergence – of connecting with something beyond or much bigger than our own immediate world – pulsates throughout her work.

Lauren Baker’s work explores human connection, metaphysics and the expansiveness of the universe. Her signature neon works portray the power of energy through her poetic typographic and celestial chakra artworks. Passionate about environmental issues and sustainability, the artist uses light to express the ‘secrets of the universe’ and aims to raise the vibration of love and connection within the world.

She is an experimental artist whose practice expands across multiple disciplines and mediums to address the vastness of the universe. Conceptually grounded but also aesthetically striking, her work involves making the unseen seen. Baker’s visual style is often built around either emitting or reflecting light.

The Inside Out festival continues this October with a series of outdoor art, sculpture and illuminated installations to surprise and delight visitors on the streets of Westminster this autumn. Launching on the 14th of October, the art series features pop up outdoor exhibitions, late-night gallery openings, immersive floorscapes, fun sculptures and stunning illuminated installations – all free for visitors to enjoy.

Follow us on Instagram: @mtartagency @laurenbakerart @westminsterreveals @victoriabid

Portraits of Intimate Anonymity

Walter & ZonielUNIT P04, 210 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1A 9HL

Walter & Zoniel have deeply explored the subject of portraiture. From previously creating works out of 24ct gold on giant format cameras and developing processes using the sweat of their subjects’ faces to create photographs, to shooting portraits of islands and of concepts.

This ongoing series sees them delve into a new conceptual facet of portraiture. These stylised W&Z’s photographic works offer a unique intimacy and anonymity to a portrait. Each portrait is thickly overpainted, creating a sculptural incarnation of its subjects, whilst allowing both the subject and the viewer space to inhabit the work with ease.
We are given space to examine, both the subject’s environment and our own natural ‘filling in of the gaps’, our preconceptions and presumptions.

All your Life you were waiting for this Moment

Lauren BakerVictoria Embankment Gardens, Villiers Street, London, UK

Victoria Embankment Gardens are hosting a neon installation by Lauren Baker titled ‘All Your Life You Were Waiting For This Moment’ by York Watergate. This work has been brought to you by MTArt Agency and Westminster City’s Council.

Lauren Baker uses mesmeric, glowing shapes which draw on ancient symbolism and spiritual beliefs and employs neon words, using light to evoke positive thoughts to seep into your subconscious and start a thread of high-frequency consciousness.

The Inside Out festival continues this October with a series of outdoor art, sculpture and illuminated installations to surprise and delight visitors on the streets of Westminster this autumn. Launching on the 14th of October, the art series features pop up outdoor exhibitions, late-night gallery openings, immersive floorscapes, fun sculptures and stunning illuminated installations – all free for visitors to enjoy.

Follow us on Instagram: @mtartagency @westminsterreveals

Renaissance Women VIII

Léo CaillardConduit Street

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’s work feature strong, powerful women, projecting presence and inclusivity.

Listen to our artist Léo Caillard speak about our project while you are on our public art tour…

euston town mtart agency

Breathe

Jasmine PradissittoDrummond Street

Visit Euston Town and sport “Breathe”. We worked on the arts and culture strategy of our partner Euston Town (London, UK), and artist Jasmine Pradissitto presented a climate-change inspired sculpture to create a more sustainable environment for the residents and passers-by from the neighbourhood. This arts and culture strategy represents our commitment to helping to create a thriving creative scene, driven by the people who use the public realm. More information here.

the crown estate regent street mtart agency dede bandaid

Culture fix

Dede BandaidRegent Street

In collaboration with The Crown Estate, we brought a public art project on Regent Street with the work of our artist Dede Bandaid. “Culture fix” is an ongoing public art project started by Dede Bandaid at the beginning of the first lockdown. It aims at capturing as many people as possible from the cultural sector who are frustrated to not to be able to perform in front of their usual audience. ‘Culture fix’ is Dede Bandaid’s way to maintain local cultures alive while restrictions prevent us from gathering and celebrating together. To do so, the artist gives all kind of creators a temporary stage in the public space to keep a connection with their audience. More information here.

Listen to our artist Dede Bandaid speak about our project while you are on our public art tour…

edited mtart agency claire luxton the crown estate

Plant Yourself

Claire Luxton235 Regent St, London W1B 2EL

With our partner The Crown Estate and our artist Claire Luxton, we launched our longest public art project along the 1.3km long street of Regent Street, entitled “Plant Yourself”. After our artist’s public art projects in Central London that started in January 2021, our artist Claire Luxton is continuing to inspire Londoners with her art. For this special project, Londoners are invited to look at their feet level as they wander on Regent Street to spot the beautiful and colourful artworks of our artist on brand new planters. The Crown Estate and Westminster City Council helped Regent Street to create a greener, safer and more accessible West End and we are proud to be stepping in and highlighting it with these super cool photographs. To spot our planters with the photographs of our artist, passers-by can start their trail at Oxford Circus and head down towards Regent Street. More information here.

Listen to our artist Claire Luxton speak about our project while you are on our public art tour…

Portraits saisonnier

Tiffany BouelleSt James's Market Pavilion

MTArt Agency is proud to present “Portraits Saisonnier”, an art installation by Tiffany Bouelle. The history of these portraits began on a trip to Rome. The Artist was strongly inspired by sculptures of historical men and women. The concept behind this exhibition was to create a face that could speak to everyone by mixing features of both genders. 

These portraits can look familiar, reassuring or calming. To add an extra sensory dimension to these artwork series, Tiffany Bouelle has collaborated with the French nose designer Arthur Dupuy to elevate a series of perfume bottles into works of art. Each portrait presented in this exhibition is perfumed with a scent.

A Simple Hello

Lauren BakerSurrey Street Bridge, Croydon

Lauren Baker’s neon is the first of a series of public art pieces to be installed on Surrey Street in Croydon, it aims to bring a positive message to the area while providing a fun, alternative way to light under the pedestrian bridge. Lauren created this uplifting neon installation on Surrey Street Bridge as part of the council’s £1.1m renovation of the 700-year-old Surrey Street market (in collaboration with Rise Gallery).

Listen to our artist Lauren Baker speak about her project while you are on our public art tour…

One Love

Delphine DialloRegent Street

The public art exhibition, “One Love”, occupies 12 metres of vacant shopfronts in the heart of Regent Street, and 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.

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