Ning Zhou’s Questions I Ask Myself During Lockdown, Thomas Hjelm’s Heavy Wave (@thomashjelmstudio) Po Lam Chan’s I’m just not there (@polamchan), Victoria Rotaru’s Perpetual Decomposer (vic.rotaru), and Victoria Canton’s Like a candle needs a flame, (@victoriacantons) are just several highlights of Saatchi gallery’s exhibition London Grads Now.
London Grads Now. 21. Following the success of London Grads Now. in 2020, this second edition aims to support and… Read More
A flickering crossing, a bejewelled oil barrel, intense emotions and activism.
This November, Saatchi Gallery presents JR: Chronicles – the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years.
It’s obvious enough that this year’s graduates have missed out on the traditional benefits of a degree show. But the Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery has teamed up with the Saatchi Gallery to do something about it by facilitating students to curate a ‘best of ‘ selection through an open call to all those graduating this year.
Creativity and Daydream, an exhibition of South Korean contemporary art to go ahead as planned at the The State Hermitage Museum
Creativity and Daydream a collaboration between The State Hermitage, Parallel Contemporary Art and Saatchi Gallery is now installed at the State Hermitage Museum.
Michelle Poonawalla reflects on our Desensitisation to violence in ‘Introspection’ – START Art Fair 2019
Michelle Poonawalla will present a large-scale work titled Introspection at the START Art Fair (Saatchi Gallery, London, 26-29th September).
A scream, denim landscapes, spiritual art, feathered entities, alone in an office and chunks of wood.
Chinese artist and entrepreneur, Mao Jianhua, will present a new series of 48 works on specially commissioned handmade paper at Saatchi Gallery, London from 27th June – 7th July.
Last chance to catch Saatchi’s current show Full Circle: The Beauty of Inevitability, featuring works which blend art and science by the acclaimed Russian artist GeorgII Uvs.
Philip Colbert ‘Hunt Paintings’ is his largest solo exhibition to date, featuring twenty-five works.
his December Philip Colbert’s exhibition ‘Hunt Paintings’, at Saatchi Gallery will be the London-based pop artist’s largest solo exhibition to date, featuring twenty-five works.
This weeks Top 7 art exhibitions include: A colourful maze, infinity mirrors, migration, cityscapes, womanhood, makeup and detritus.
Ships, UFOs, Windrush, pollution, sex slavery, Londoners and data.
Terrorism, anxiety, steel, colour, pumpkins and shadows.
Charlotte Amelia Poe is the winner of the inaugural Spectrum Art Prize, presented at the Saatchi Gallery, London. Charlotte will receive a £10,000 prize to fund her artistic development.The Spectrum Art Prize is a new national award created to celebrate. the excellence of artists on the autistic spectrum.
What’s the gallery life of performance art? For years, said Marvin Gaye Chetwynd at the opening of the suitably fluid-sounding ‘Ze & Per’ at Sadie Coles, she was restricted to the opening night of shows and not even included on the official list of participants. Now she, and performance generally, are more fully acknowledged, but it’s still hard to present the after-action successfully.
For art at Christmas and New Year look no further than art critic Tabish Khan’s Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
Matadors, decaying ceramics, calligraphy, razor wire, a house on fire, a marble mattress and over 1000 works of art.