Renaissance Women

Conduit Street, London, UK

<p>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’ work feature strong, powerful women, projecting presence and inclusivity.</p>

It’s later than you think

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

<p>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.</p>

Expect Magic and Miracles

Rosewood London, High Holborn

<div>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. Experts in public art MTArt Agency installed 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’ is on view outside the luxury hotel on High Holborn</div>

Face to Face Exhibtion

Tunnel King's Cross/St Pancras, Pancras Square, Kings Cross, London, UK

<div>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.</div>

Mahtab Hussain

Southbank Centre, London SE1 8XX, UK

<p>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.</p>

One Love

169 Regent Street, London W1B 4ED, UK

<p>Delphine Diallo’s portraiture seeks to unify and empower</p>

Ben Cullen Williams and Claire Luxton x Koppel Project

49 Poland Street, London W1F 7ND, UK

<p>Our artists Claire Luxton, Ben Cullen Williams and The Koppel Project Campus resident Dr Merritt Moore participate in the interactive exhibition at The Koppel Project Exchange <em>Loading…</em></p> <p>The exhibition explores the dynamic intersections between humanity and technology, the spaces between dreaming and data, code and catharsis.</p> <p class="css-t58460">The collaboration between MTArt Agency and Koppel Project features the exhibition of Luxton’s photographs exploring the void-within-a-void of technological dreaming during lockdown; installations by Williams, looking at non-spaces of hypermodernity and the dialogue between technological experience and landscape; and events and performances by Moore and her dance partner Baryshnibot exploring the liminal interplay and non-verbal, embodied communication between humans and machines.</p> <p class="css-t58460">The exhibition begins with a walk-by window display in The Exchange from the 17th of December, followed by the exhibition and installations open by appointment from the 8th of January 2021.</p> <p> </p>

Our Current Public Art Projects in London

Renaissance Women

Conduit Street

It’s later than you think

St James Market Pavilion

Expect Magic and Miracles

Rosewood London, High Holborn

Face to Face Exhibtion

King’s Cross Tunnel

Mahtab Hussain

Southbank Centre SE18XX

One Love

169 Regent Street W1B4ED

Ben Cullen Williams and Claire Luxton x Koppel Project

49 Poland Street W1F7ND

Renaissance Women

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

It’s later than you think

David Aiu Servan-SchreiberSt James Market Pavilion

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.

Expect Magic and Miracles

Lauren BakerRosewood London, High Holborn

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. Experts in public art MTArt Agency installed 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’ is on view outside the luxury hotel on High Holborn

Face to Face Exhibtion

Mahtab HussainKing’s Cross Tunnel

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.

Mahtab Hussain

Mahtab HussainSouthbank Centre SE18XX

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.

Everyday Heroes x Mahtab Hussain

One Love

Delphine Diallo169 Regent Street W1B4ED

Delphine Diallo’s portraiture seeks to unify and empower

Ben Cullen Williams and Claire Luxton x Koppel Project

Ben Cullen WilliamsClaire Luxton49 Poland Street W1F7ND

Our artists Claire Luxton, Ben Cullen Williams and The Koppel Project Campus resident Dr Merritt Moore participate in the interactive exhibition at The Koppel Project Exchange Loading…

The exhibition explores the dynamic intersections between humanity and technology, the spaces between dreaming and data, code and catharsis.

The collaboration between MTArt Agency and Koppel Project features the exhibition of Luxton’s photographs exploring the void-within-a-void of technological dreaming during lockdown; installations by Williams, looking at non-spaces of hypermodernity and the dialogue between technological experience and landscape; and events and performances by Moore and her dance partner Baryshnibot exploring the liminal interplay and non-verbal, embodied communication between humans and machines.

The exhibition begins with a walk-by window display in The Exchange from the 17th of December, followed by the exhibition and installations open by appointment from the 8th of January 2021.