About Marine
I have been working in the art world for the past eight years. An advocate for artists since a young age, I managed my first art gallery in Los Angeles at age 23 and finally created my current business, MTArt Agency, to promote the artists she believed in across the globe. MTArt is the first artist agency in the world, the agency specialises in talent management: building, growing and accelerating careers while financing the studio costs of its artists. 
http://www.mtart.agency
Current city: London
I have been working in the art world for the past eight years. An advocate for artists since a young age, I managed my first art gallery in Los Angeles at age 23 and finally created my current business, MTArt Agency, to promote the artists she believed in across the globe. MTArt is the first artist agency in the world, the agency specialises in talent management: building, growing and accelerating careers while financing the studio costs of its artists. 
 
At first a memory of an old relationship, it quickly became my favourite market. Major highlight for the gin tasting with rosemary on a sunny Sunday afternoon. 
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I love the architecture of the Barbican - it is so important to its historical context, at a time when London was being shaped for modernity after the war - they also aspired to make it a bold art centre. We need bold, always. 
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Where 1984 of George Orwell got its inspiration from, the craziness of a real ministry of propaganda. 
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To understand our 20th century
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Favourite walk at night, especially in the summer.  Quite dramatic, very romantic. 
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My favourite library when I was a student, I still love to wander and look up to its Renaissance sculptures. 
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