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Saatchi Gallery Photo 2018-08-16 11:32

Happy 60th Birthday Madonna! 🎂🎂🎂

Photographed here by Jessica Craig-Martin, whose work will appear in our upcoming exhibition ‘Black Mirror’, opening 28 September.

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Strangely satisfying? Check out the mind-bending installations of Melbourne-based artist Robbie Rowlands.

Pictured: ‘The Upholsterer – Longue’: 1950's house - Decommissioned Upholstery workshop Grenda's bus depot, Dandenong 2008 and ‘From Corner To Corner’: Pre-demolition house S...

Saatchi Gallery Photo 2018-08-14 13:39

Austrian artist Erwin Wurm manipulates vehicles to create surreal sculptures by distorting, inflating and bending their structures.

Pictured: ‘Fat Car’, 2002

#Car #Sculpture #ComtemporaryArt #Art

Photo credit: Arthur Evans @erwinwurm

Saatchi Gallery Photo 2018-08-13 12:14

Right-handers appreciate and celebrate #LeftHandersDay by enjoying Brazilian artist Evelyn Tannus painted ceramics of tattooed hands.

Pictured: ‘Figas’, 2014 and ‘Rock'n'Roll’, 2015

#Ceramics #ContemporaryArt #Art

Saatchi Gallery Photo 2018-08-10 12:52

Trying something new this weekend? Be inspired by Hong Kong born artist Johnson Tsang’s warped face sculptures series, ‘Open Mind’. Pictured: ‘Open Mind IV’, 2016.

#Sculpture #ContemporaryArt #Art

Saatchi Gallery Photo 2018-08-08 11:21

Climb over the mid week hump with German born illustrator, Christoph Niemann’s, ‘Sunday Sketching’, 2016.

#Illustration #ContemporaryArt


Saatchi Gallery Photo 2018-08-07 11:56

Cool down in Phoebe Rudomino’s majestic underwater portrait, ‘A Girl in a Room’, 2006. 💦

The Yorkshire born photographer specialises in behind-the-scenes submerged stills and videos and featured in Saatchi Gallery's 2012 exhibition ‘Out of Focus’.

#Photography #ContemporaryArt #SaatchiGallery

Photos from Saatchi Gallery's post - Saatchi Gallery 2018-08-06 14:03

Today we celebrate the life of Andy Warhol, born #onthisday in 1928, on what would have been his 90th birthday! 🎂 %9F %F0

Pictured: ‘Campbell's Soup Can’, 1962; ‘Marilyn’, 1962; and Warhol's self-portrait using two cameras at his factory. Installation Views: Warhol featu...

Photos from Saatchi Gallery's post - Saatchi Gallery 2018-08-03 12:33

Happy Birthday Marlene Dumas! Born #onthisday in 1953, the South African artist exhibited in Saatchi Gallery’s 2005, three-part exhibition, ‘The Triumph of Painting’ alongside a number of influential European painters such as Martin Kippenberger, Luc Tuymans, Peter Doig and others.


Saatchi Gallery is at Saatchi Gallery. - Saatchi Gallery 2018-08-02 14:21

Freshly installed! ‘3018’ showcases 30 new printed works by 30 artists produced in 2018 for the Jealous Needs You project.

Located in the Prints & Originals Gallery at Saatchi Gallery. Open 10am- 6pm until 28th August. Admission is free.

All Saatchi Gallery Member card holders r...

Photos from Saatchi Gallery's post - Saatchi Gallery 2018-08-01 13:27

Now at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe: Saatchi Gallery and Champagne Pommery present Chris Levine's installation 'Stillness at 136.1 Hz' in partnership with The WS Society at the Pommery Bar in Signet Library@stillnessom @HPLEvents

Images: © Albie Clark/WS Society

#Light #Installation #Art
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