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New 10,000sqft gallery to open in Mayfair

Saatchi Yates, a new commercial gallery founded by Phoebe Saatchi Yates and Arthur Yates, will open in the heart of London’s Mayfair on 15th October 2020.

Saatchi Yates, a new commercial gallery founded by Phoebe Saatchi Yates and Arthur Yates, will open in the heart of London’s Mayfair on 15th October 2020. FAD magazine

The gallery is located on Cork Street, the spiritual home of the modern and contemporary art market in London, with over 10,000sqft of exhibition space spread across two floors.
Saatchi Yates will represent and showcase emerging artists, staging large-scale exhibitions on the ground floor gallery space, with the lower floor dedicated to presentations of blue-chip contemporary art drawn from leading private collections.
Phoebe Saatchi Yates and Arthur Yates have spent three years preparing for the gallery launch, during which time they have built an extensive network of collector and dealer relationships. Working alongside Charles Saatchi as an advisor, they have developed a gallery model they hope will take the commercial art world in an exciting new direction.
It will be the first gallery of this scale in Mayfair that is dedicated to working with unknown, unseen artists. Saatchi Yates has bought together a senior team made up of young, highly successful dealers who have joined from leading international galleries and auction houses.
The gallery will open with an exhibition of new paintings by the Swiss London-based artist Pascal Sender.

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