CEO, MTArt AGENCY                                                                       

MARINE TANGUY

CEO, MTArt Agency

Writer and keynote speaker on contemporary art and art investment, Marine Tanguy has been an advocate for artists since a young age. Managing her first gallery at the age of 21 and opening her first art gallery in Los Angeles at 23. 

After seeing the restrictiveness of the traditional gallery model, Marine launched MTArt Agency in 2015. MTArt is the first talent agency for visual artists worldwide and was behind the largest public art painting in the world: the project of Saype in Paris supported by 30 companies including the Eiffel Tower and the Guardian Media Group. Its artists enhance homes, cities, screens, and advertising spaces with their art. 

Marine was awarded Forbes 2018 30 under 30 Europe: Art & Culture and UK entrepreneur of the year for the 2019 NatWest Everywoman Awards. 

“These works have been selected taking into consideration the dominant themes in the art of the 21st century such as diversity, feminism and sustainability without disregarding the personal taste and the instant attraction one experiences in view of an artwork.”

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Chihiro Taki, Being Relieved in Dreams, 2020. Courtesy of Gallery G-77. 

“Messages relatable to everyone hidden beneath this brilliant golden painting easily makes it a lovely experience to glance at for all viewers.”

Domenico Ludovico, Crossing Mind 3, 2018. Courtesy of Arte Globale.

“The use of found and recycled marble in this work shows an example of how sustainability can exist in artistic production.”

Rachel Louise Brown, The Mermaid, Weeki Wachee Springs, 2017. Courtesy of Crane Kalman Brighton

“The artist has been truly successful at exploring the tensions between reality and fantasy with this series.”

Grace O’Connor, Honeymoon in Hawaii (Until we Dissolve), 2020. Courtesy of Candida Stevens Gallery.

“This work blinks discreetly at naïve/primitive art of the early 20th century.”

Simon Casson, Nights Mizmaze, 2021. Courtesy of Long & Ryle.

“The size and colours of this painting are the dream of any collector who is in search of a dramatic purchase.”

Cinthia Sifa Mulanga, Mawazo Katika Nafasi, 2020. Courtesy of African Arty.

“The use of expressive female figures via mixed media is truly unique.”

Chihiro Taki, Being Relived in Dreams, 2020. 25.55 x 22 x 3cm. Courtesy of Gallery G-77.

Chihiro Taki, Being Relieved in Dreams, 2020. Courtesy of Gallery G-77. 

“Messages relatable to everyone hidden beneath this brilliant golden painting easily makes it a lovely experience to glance at for all viewers.”

Domenico Ludovico, Crossing Mind 3, 2018. 24 x 56.5cm, Courtesy of Arte Globale

Domenico Ludovico, Crossing Mind 3, 2018. Courtesy of Arte Globale.

“The use of found and recycled marble in this work shows an example of how sustainability can exist in artistic production.”

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Rachel Louise Brown, The Mermaid, Weeki Wachee Springs, 2017. Courtesy of Crane Kalman Brighton

“The artist has been truly successful at exploring the tensions between reality and fantasy with this series.”

Grace OConnor, Honeymoon in Hawaii (Until we Dissolve), 2020. Oil on canvas, 122 x 122cm. Courtesy of Candida Stevens Gallery.

Grace O’Connor, Honeymoon in Hawaii (Until we Dissolve), 2020. Courtesy of Candida Stevens Gallery.

“This work blinks discreetly at naïve/primitive art of the early 20th century.”

Simon Casson, Nights Mizmaze, 2021. Oil on canvas, 240 x 190cm. Courtesy of Long & Ryle.

Simon Casson, Nights Mizmaze, 2021. Courtesy of Long & Ryle.

“The size and colours of this painting are the dream of any collector who is in search of a dramatic purchase.”

Cinthia Sifa Mulanga, Mawazo Katika Nafasi, 2020. 71 x 96cm. Courtesy of African Arty.

Cinthia Sifa Mulanga, Mawazo Katika Nafasi, 2020. Courtesy of African Arty.

“The use of expressive female figures via mixed media is truly unique.”

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