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Where The Art World Follows
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Where the Saatchi Gallery goes today the rest of the art world follows.
The Saatchi Gallery aims to provide an innovative platform for contemporary art, presenting work by largely unseen young artists or by international artists whose work rarely gets exhibited in the UK.
The gallery is seen as a springboard for young artists to launch their careers, many of whom have not yet been established in the art world.
It’s fast-moving, freewheeling style makes the Gallery a blast - every time it moves, the scene moves with it.
The current version, clean white galleries within the imposing Duke of York's HQ in Chelsea, is a crash course in what's innovative and new in world art.
The gallery's online retail presence offers tongue-in-cheek art gifts, prints and Saatchi published books.
Delicate tea-cup brooches are replaced with wooden necklaces filigreed with Arabic script. Like the Gallery the shop is always in a state of flux - you'll just have to come back often.
Out of Focus, the companion to the first major photography exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery since the highly acclaimed I Am a Camera in 2001, this stunning compilation presents 37 international artists working in the medium of photography.
This stunning companion to 'Out of Focus: Photography' at the Saatchi Gallery presents 37 international artists working in the medium of photography in innovative and arresting ways.
A poster of 'Ghost': with this large installion Attia depicts a group of Muslim women in prayer. Made from tin foil, their bodies are rendered vacant, empty hoods devoid of personhood or spirit.