Saatchi Gallery, London ๐Ÿ–ผ๐Ÿ—ฟ๐ŸŽจ

Lobsteropolis, by pop artist Philip Colbert

The Saatchi Gallery is a London art gallery dedicated to contemporary art and established in 1985 by advertising mogul Charles Saatchi. Over time, the gallery has been hosted in various locations across London but is now housed at the Duke of Yorkโ€™s Headquarters on Kingโ€™s Road in Chelsea. As public museums and art galleries in the UK it is freely accessible to the public, although this stemmed originally from a private enterprise. Free entry to visitors is guaranteed thanks to a corporate sponsorship.

Stage Curtain, by Makiko Kudo

The Gallery is regularly featuring exhibitions dedicated to individual artists or to collective groups of artists. Artists recently exhibiting there include: Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Philip Colbert, Karen Heagle, Philip Pearlstein, Bram Bogart, as well as an exhibition dedicated to the centenary of the discovery of Tutankhamenโ€™s tomb and its influence on contemporary art. The Gallery also has a very interesting shop, the Saatchi Store, selling quality merchandising inspired by contemporary art.

Lobsteropolis, by Philip Colbert

Apart from exhibitions the Gallery is also promoting art publications, educational programmes, contemporary art fairs, photographic and artistic competitions and online events that are making of the Saatchi Gallery a focal point for the global art scene well beyond London.

A temporary exhibition of hand-crafted elephants around Sloane Square

Link to the gallery website

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