• MTART AGENCY

    LONDON

    Founded in 2015, MTArt Agency is a certified B Corp® award-winning talent agency for the most exciting up and coming visual artists worldwide, and a creative agency that delivers exciting art-driven projects for brands, public bodies and cultural organisations. While the art industry typically concentrates on selling art on walls, MTArt’s visionary approach focuses on investing in and supporting the person behind it.

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    David Aiu Servan-Schreiber, 2.4 °, 2020
    Acrylic and led on panel
    244 x 122 cm.
    Price: £21,500 (plus any applicable taxes)
     
    David Aiu Servan Schreiber is a French artist who cares about the planet. He lives and works in London and is represented by MTArt Agency. David considers that human existence has to be part of nature and his consciousness.
     

  • Emily Young (b.1951), ‘Lapis Head’, 2006

     

    David Aiu Servan-Schreiber, Selona, 2020

    Oil paint, resin, cement, gold leaf on panel

    60 x 80 cm.

    Price: £17,200 (plus any applicable taxes)

     

    David Aiu Servan Schreiber is a French artist who cares about the planet. He lives and works in London and is represented by MTArt Agency. David considers that human existence has to be part of nature and his consciousness.

  • Ibrahim El-Salahi, The Tree, 2003. Vigo Gallery
     

    Jesu Moratiel (b. 1993), Frozen in a sun ray , 2021

    Feathers, fishing flies, epoxi resin, pigment and methacrylate

    120 x 74.2 x 22 cm.

    Price: £28,900 (plus any applicable taxes)

     

    Jesu Moratiel was born in A Coruña in 1993, he graduated in Fine Arts from Complutense University, with honours in his Final Degree Project. He currently works and resides in Madrid and he is represented by MTArt Agency.

  • Ibrahim El-Salahi, The Tree, 2003. Vigo Gallery
     

    Nitzan Mintz, Black on Red , 2019

    Mixed media

    52 x 47 cm.

    £7,200 + VAT

     

    Nitzan Mintz is a visual poet based in Tel Aviv represented by MTArt Agency. She began working a decade ago in the streets of Tel Aviv, where she would create visual poetry for specific locations in the city. She later continued to create studio pieces as well.

  • Ibrahim El-Salahi, The Tree, 2003. Vigo Gallery
     
    Rayvenn Shaleigha D'Clark, I Don’t See In Colour , 2018
    3D nylon plaster AI
    20 x 25 x 32.5 cm
     
    Rayvenn Shaleigha D’Clark is a UK based, self-taught, digital sculptor, writer, researcher and curator living in Central London. She was born in London in 1995 and studied at Chelsea College of Arts, where she gained an MA in Fine Art in 2018. She is represented by MTArt Agency.
     
    Following the affirmation of media, Rayvenn’s practice explores the digital hybridity of sculpture. She explores the nuances of identity that pivot between hyper-visibility and invisibility, offering (re-)imagined collective perspective. Her work chronicles the elevated reframing of black anatomy. She chronicles the reframing of black anatomy in order to open up a dialogue about the irregular and marginalised position of the black artist – turning ‘the system’ back on itself, she uses the power, influence and materials of the industry to present an alternative narrative history and perspective. She explores ‘the nuances of identity that pivot between hyper-visibility and invisibility, offering a perspective of the SOUL as a crossbreed of aesthetic references. She asks: ‘When will the black body truly escape [from] the guise of the white imagination?’
     
    Such ideological positioning shifts the normative function of figurative practices within this mode of self-referential questioning, which engenders a self-sustaining (non-) fiction rooted in authenticity and criticality that allows audiences to break free from reference once and for all in a new form of hybrid realism.
  • Ibrahim El-Salahi, The Tree, 2003. Vigo Gallery
     

    Rayvenn Shaleigha D'Clark, Untitled, 2017 (male) , 2017
    Face, silicone mould, silicone pigment, sleek make up
    140 x 190 x 90 mm

     
    Rayvenn Shaleigha D’Clark is a UK based, self-taught, digital sculptor, writer, researcher and curator living in Central London. She was born in London in 1995 and studied at Chelsea College of Arts, where she gained an MA in Fine Art in 2018. She is represented by MTArt Agency.
     
    Following the affirmation of media, Rayvenn’s practice explores the digital hybridity of sculpture. She explores the nuances of identity that pivot between hyper-visibility and invisibility, offering (re-)imagined collective perspective. Her work chronicles the elevated reframing of black anatomy. She chronicles the reframing of black anatomy in order to open up a dialogue about the irregular and marginalised position of the black artist – turning ‘the system’ back on itself, she uses the power, influence and materials of the industry to present an alternative narrative history and perspective. She explores ‘the nuances of identity that pivot between hyper-visibility and invisibility, offering a perspective of the SOUL as a crossbreed of aesthetic references. She asks: ‘When will the black body truly escape [from] the guise of the white imagination?’
     
    Such ideological positioning shifts the normative function of figurative practices within this mode of self-referential questioning, which engenders a self-sustaining (non-) fiction rooted in authenticity and criticality that allows audiences to break free from reference once and for all in a new form of hybrid realism.