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Gary - President / Foundergary@nagacollectivo.com
Founded in 2022, our agency gathers and represents a rich pallet of talents from Central & Latin America who ambition to land in Europe and seduce its public.
We choose our artists carefully according to the following principles:
The uniqueness of their style
Their human & social involvement
Apart from selling their artworks on our website, we are also constantly looking for opportunities to:
Exhibit our artists' creations in galleries, salons and museums
Take part in festivals and residencies
Contribute to businesses' brand identity
Collaborate with cities to embellish their walls and environment
The agency's revenues are allocated as follow:
60% transferred to the artist
10% donated directly to a local social action chosen by the artist
30% reinvested (i) to fund our artists' emancipation, and (ii) build our social project NAGA Culture
Our history - NAGA Culture
Our adventure started as a dream to promote cultural and artistic education and commit to the intellectual growth and development of each. We believe the access to "arts & culture" contribute to broaden our mind, accept and understand one another as well as enrich the way we approach challenges and experience.
After reading about King Mucalinda - a nāga which protected Buddha during his meditation from a great storm, using his seven snake heads to cover him - it was clear that our own NAGA would take the shape of artistic & cultural education to protect and guide humans along their self-development.
In 2019 our Instagram page @nagaculture was born to share about the world's talents and wonders - focusing on one country at a time to trace its artistic and cultural heritage. A way to educate our followers while promoting known and emerging talents from across the globe. Our page gathers a community of 20.000 followers with on average 180.000 visits per week.
Through NAGA Collectivo, we aim to fund the development of our education program for schools in South America (to start with) with the ambition to sell it to private schools in order to finance its free establishment in public schools. A way to redress the balance between social classes regarding their respective access to artistic and cultural education - an essential condition for future generations to climb the social ladder and build together a more opened, creative and egalitarian society.