23 June - 2 September 2018 SALON, in collaboration with Mallett and Dreweatts 1759, is delighted to announce Dancing with Colour, a selling exhibition of paintings by the British artist Berenice Sydney (1944 - 1983).

This show, remarkably the first presentation of her work staged at a major public art gallery in over thirty years, is comprised of a selection of oil paintings and works on paper that reflect Berenice's - as she was professionally known - signature lyrical and highly animated graphic style


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1 - 28 August 2018

The Jealous Needs You Project 2018

An exhibition of 30 new works by 30 emerging artists created in 2018. Selected from open submissions and chosen by the Jealous Print Studio and the team at Saatchi Gallery, these works represent a snapshot of the output of artists working in London and beyond today.   

15 May - 19 July 2018 The 8th edition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award is dedicated to modern slavery and the trafficking of women. The laureate, French photographer Lizzie Sadin, worked on the trafficking of women and girls in Nepal, from prostitution to enslavement.

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30 May - 2 July 2018
Micromégas – Works by Dominic Beattie, Mildred Palmer & Olly Fathers

Abstract art by emerging artists based in London is the focus of Micromégas. Explorations of scale, shape, and colour are at the heart of the work of each artist.



VIEWING
Christies, 8 King Street, St James, London SW1
Tuesday, 26th June, 9am - 4.30pm
Wednesday, 27th June, 9am - 6pm
Together with Christie's, the Saatchi Gallery is proud to present selected highlights from the collection 100X HANDPICKED: an auction of 100 artworks offered in support of the Saatchi Gallery's free entry and education programme. Split between live and online auction platforms, these works exhibit some of today's most compelling artistic talent from the Saatchi Gallery's Collection.

15 May - 5 June 2018 A major new exhibition featuring the recent work of French-Iranian artist Sassan Behnam-Bakhtiar. Sassan's practice aims to change the perceptions and cemented beliefs about Iran that persist in the West.
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3 May - 27 May 2018
Jean-Philippe Dordolo: Fliegen ohne Flügel

Executed in polymer these new works explore traditional themes of still life, portraiture and landscape. J.P. Dordolo is an emerging artist who has exhibited internationally and is currently completing a Master of Fine Arts degree at the Slade School of Art, London.

22 March - 29 April 2018
The Missing Museum - An exhibition by Pakal

Within The Missing Museum ideas of fact and fiction intertwine. Pakal presents the vibrant works of the Laka tribe who believed creativity was the path to transformation and reinvention.  

17th January - 25th april 2018 SALON, in collaboration with Betty Cuningham Gallery, New York, is delighted to announce its fourth exhibition, Paintings 1990 - 2017, a presentation of works by the revered American artist, Philip Pearlstein.

Masterful and powerful, every painting featured in the show goes against the conventions of portraiture - often emotive and introspective. Pearlstein's works maintain a sense of complete detachment, which is both alluring and disconcerting.


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The Glamour Beauty Festival
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The Glamour Beauty Festival

9-11 March 2018
in association with Philips is returning to London for a weekend of beauty pampering and treats.

Including brands such as Caudalie, Elizabeth Arden, Fresh, GHD, Guerlain, Kat Von D, Laura Mercier, Nars Cosmetics, Nude by Nature, Pixi, Revlon and more. Guests will also receive a free goodie bag worth over £180.00.

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29 November 2017 – 7 January 2018
Revolutions Per Minute

Revolutions Per Minute features an international roster of artists who have participated in the prestigious Nuart Festival. Renowned artists include Futura, Martha Cooper & Jamie Reid, as well as newly emerging artists from around the globe.  

27 September 2017 - 7 January 2018 SALON is pleased to announce its third exhibition which is dedicated to Alexander Calder's late gouaches on paper, created between 1960 and 1976, staged in collaboration with Omer Tiroche Gallery, London.

A collection of earlier works on paper by Calder dating from 1939 - 1959, will be simultaneously displayed at Omer Tiroche Gallery in Mayfair, London. Exhibiting his work from two separate time periods in his career, in two separate locations, serves to create a comprehensive retrospective. It also ensures that a greater number of works - both familiar and unfamiliar - can elucidate Calder's contribution to the development of modern art.


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16 November 2017 - 7 January 2018 Art Riot: Post-Soviet Actionism is dedicated to Russian protest art over the past 25 years. It will take place in the year of the 100th anniversary of Russia's October Revolution - and although the exhibition will not have any direct links to this historical event, many of the issues that artists face in post-communist Russia are comparable to those in 1917.
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Diversity: Art Bahrain Across Borders

7 - 12 December 2017 Diversity: Art Bahrain Across Borders The Kingdom of Bahrain's curated artists' programme presents 'Diversity', co-curated by Kaneka Subberwal and Janet Rady. 'Diversity' will feature 15 Bahraini contemporary artists.
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27 November - 5 December 2017 Stateless people in the UK may have been born without a nationality, some have fled war or human rights abuses, and some are victims of trafficking. Whatever the reason behind their situation, many face huge challenges navigating their daily existence. Nowhere People UK explores the impact statelessness has on a handful of these hidden individuals through work by photographer Greg Constantine.  
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29 September - 4 November 2017
Altered States

Altered States showcases works by eight urban contemporary artists based in the UK. The artists featured in Altered States are: D.A.N.T.E., David Shillinglaw, Florence Blanchard, Kid Acne, Lily Mixe, Skeleton Cardboard, Sr.X and Victoria Villasana.

3 October - 30 October 2017 Arthur Yates: New Paintings

A presentation of his graphically charged minimal painting. His works are created using layers of thinly applied household paint, with Yates adding random drawings onto the surfaces, using charcoal, oilstick and pencil.   

10 October - 30 October 2017 Curated by Eva McGaw and Tatiana Palinkasev.

Metamorphosis will showcase the work of Korean artist Oh Myung Hee and draw attention to the constantly changing relationships between past and future, tradition and innovation showcased in her unique paintings.


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3 October – 30 October 2017 Gazelli Art House presents Philip Colbert's 'New Paintings'. Colbert's boisterous multi-disciplinary art projects have been acclaimed by fashion icons such as Karl Lagerfeld and Lady Gaga and featured in pop up exhibitions worldwide at Art Basel, Frieze London, Art 16 and Tate Modern.  

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22-23 September 2017 The event brings to life everything you know and love about television's longest running docu-series, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, over two days of unmissable experiences including: ultimate selfie opportunities, make-up masterclasses and more. The event is an absolute must for all super-fans of the show.

FREE tickets for the exclusive event are limited and available on a first-come-first-served basis from   


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31 March - 6 September 2017 Saatchi Gallery and Huawei have teamed up to present From Selfie to Self-Expression. This is the world’s first exhibition exploring the history of the selfie from the old masters to the present day, and celebrates the truly creative potential of a form of expression often derided for its inanity.
The show also highlights the emerging role of the mobile phone as an artistic medium for self-expression by commissioning ten exciting young British photographers to create new works using Huawei’s newest breakthrough dual lens smartphones co-engineered with Leica.
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16 May - 1 Sept 2017 Carmignac Photojournalism Award: Narciso Contreras

Fondation Carmignac is pleased to announce the exhibition Libya:A Human Marketplace featuring the work of the 7th Laureate of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award, the Mexican photographer Narciso Contreras.
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12 July - 6 September 2017 Saatchi Gallery launches SALON 002: BRAM BOGART

BRAM BOGART: WITTE DE WITTE
The Dutch-born Belgian artist, Bram Bogart, (1921 - 2012) is an artist associated with bold, thickly physical colour and form. His legacy is the culmination over seven decades of the foundational modernist impulse to stage and progress the stuff of paint. 'Witte de Witte' comprises a group of rare monochrome or near monochrome works made between 1952 and 2006 which illustrate his achievement through relative context without the seduction of colour, allowing his contribution to the story of modernism to be witnessed in starker, more elemental and more overtly physical terms.


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22 July - 18 August 2017 The first UK solo exhibition of renowned Emirati poet and artist HH Sheikha Khawla Bint Ahmed Khalifa Al Suwaidi which will feature a range of Andalusian - Arab calligraphy inspired by her poetry.



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13 June - 14 July 2017
The Diamond Sea

This exhibition presents new works by five exciting painters currently working in London. The featured artists are Gareth Cadwallader, Kaye Donachie, Freya Douglas-Morris, Jonathan Lux and Markus Vater.

Saatchi Gallery launches a new exhibition space; SALON.
Inaugurated in collaboration with Lévy Gorvy, with an exhibition of key works by Japanese master, TSUYOSHI MAEKAWA.
The presentation will include a selection of paintings by the artist from the 1950's and 60's, with important loans from Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Antwerp.
Tsuyoshi Maekawa (b. 1936) was a member of the Gutai Art Association, Japan's most significant avant-garde collective of the post-war era founded in 1954.
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30 June - 2 July 2017 Tatler magazine has commissioned the acclaimed photographer David Burton to create an exquisite portfolio of photographs of the most exciting, interesting and beautiful young women in Britain right now.
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9 - 28 May 2017
Exit From Aden: The Unshown Works by ALO

ALO is an artist with a growing reputation, and this exhibition showcases his vibrant, distinctive portraits of figures he has observed on the streets.

11 April - 8 May 2017
Ben Turnbull: No Guts No Glory

New works produced by this London-based artist present a narrative following young American G.I.'s at war - from departure to homecoming.

15 March – 10 April 2017
Exit From Aden: New Works by ALO

ALO is an artist with a growing reputation, and this exhibition showcases his vibrant, distinctive portraits of figures he has observed on the streets.

15 March - 3 April 2017 Aisha Cahn is a contemporary British artist whose current series of work titled Embrace is inspired by the science of cells, and the narrative of her mother's experience with cancer.
Aisha is primarily a painter, but Embrace features various media, including two installations, drawings and silk screen prints that aim to bring recent cancer research and contemporary art together, in collaboration with Royal Free Charities Immunity and Transplantation Research Centre in Hampstead.
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4 - 30 October 2016
Henri Barande's practice is dedicated to exploring the dialogue between life and death, the found and the fabricated, which led to the creation of a world of miniature forms and figures that he uses as source material in his large-scale paintings.
Curated by David Galloway

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Dan Baldwin: In Print 3 - 31 October 2016
Dan Baldwin: In Print

Dan Baldwin is a critically acclaimed and successful British contemporary artist. This exhibition focuses upon his limited edition prints.

London Fashion Weekend 22-25 September 2016
The ultimate fashion experience arrives at Saatchi Gallery from 22 September. London Fashion Weekend is your ticket to explore the world of a fashion insider with daily catwalk shows, irresistible shopping at exclusive prices and Q&A talks with leading industry experts.

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15-18 September 2016
The third edition of START shines a spotlight on emerging artists and new art scenes with 70 galleries taking part from cities that range from London to Seoul, Buenos Aires to Cape Town and Tehran to Taipei.    
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5 April - 4 September 2016
Taking over the entire two floors of the Saatchi Gallery with 9 thematic galleries, EXHIBITIONISM combines over 500 original Stones' artefacts, with striking cinematic and interactive technologies offering the most comprehensive insight into the band's fascinating fifty year history.
From never before seen dressing room and backstage paraphernalia to rare instruments; original stage designs, iconic costumes, rare audio tracks and video footage; personal diaries; poster and album cover artwork; and unique wraparound cinematic experiences that celebrate every aspect of their Careers.
Centre stage is the musical heritage that took them from a London blues band in the early 1960s to inspirational cultural icons.  
12 - 18 May 2016
Curated by Eva McGaw and Tatiana Palinkasev
In this the first European exhibition of Korean gold art, artist Kim Il Tae will showcase twenty of his unique canvas works, painted in pure 24 Carat gold...   

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13 January - 9 March 2016
Taking over one entire floor, Azeri and Russian artist Aidan will showcase works in a variety of media which portray the veiled female figure and celebrate female hegemony and self-sufficiency. The exhibition features recent work and reflects on the artist's academy training in Soviet Moscow, her exposure to western art and personal investigations into her Azerbaijani and Uzbekistani heritage.    
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4 February - 9 March 2016
XX: A Moment in Time
XX is an exhibition of new works by contemporary female street & graffiti artists.
Artists include: Aiko, Alice Pasquini, Caratoes, Crajes, Elle, Faith47, Handiedan, Hueman, Lora Zombie, Madamoiselle Maurice, Marina Zumi, Martha Cooper, Mimi S, Miss Van, Olek, Sandra Chevrier, Vexta and Zabou.
Exhibition: 24 November 2015 - 3 January 2016
UK/raine launches the first ever open competition for all emerging artists from the UK and Ukraine who are aged 18-35 years old. Worth £75,000 in prize money, the aim of the competition is to find and support the most imaginative and talented young artists who are living and working in the UK or Ukraine or born in either country. The exhibition which takes up one entire floor of the Gallery features work by a shortlist of 30 artists who were chosen by a panel of renowned international judges.    
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Thailand Eye 25 November 2015 - 3 January 2016
The first major showcase of contemporary Thai art in the UK hosted in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Thai Princess, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. The exhibition shines a spotlight on Thailand's contemporary art scene and features the work of 23 renowned and emerging artists.
Presented by Jamie Hewlett: The Suggestionists 19 November - 3 January 2016
Presenting three brand new bodies of work, renowned artist and designer Jamie Hewlett's first ever art exhibition will showcase a previously unseen side, albeit one that is shot through with the same distinct sense of wit and mischief with which he has made his name. Linking Grindhouse-type film posters, breathtakingly detailed line drawings and Jodorowsky-inspired Tarotica, "The Suggestionists" is a gloriously psychogeographic journey into Hewlett's psyche.    
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Carmignac Photojournalism Award: A Retrospective 18 November - 3 January 2015
For the first time, the work of all six laureates of the Carmignac photojournalism Award will be presented in a retrospective exhibition. This exhibition will show a selection of 40 photographs from the reports of Newsha Tavakolian (Iran), Davide Monteleone (Chechnya), Robin Hammond (Zimbabwe), Massimo Berruti (Pashtunistan), Kai Wiedenhöfer (Gaza) and Christophe Gin (Lawless zones in France - Guiana).
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Mademoiselle Privé 13 October - 1 November 2015
Mademoiselle Privé, a journey through the origins of CHANEL’s creations capturing the charismatic personality and irreverent spirit of Mademoiselle Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld.
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London Fashion Weekend 24-27 September 2015
The ultimate fashion experience arrives this weekend. London fashion Weekend is your ticket to explore the world of a fashion insider with daily catwalk shows, irresistible shopping at exclusive prices, and Q&A talks with leading industry experts including Anya Hindmarch and Bella Freud.
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In Our Paradise 15 - 17 September 2015
An immersive environment created by Japanese collective teamLab which consists of interactive projections rendered in real time. Reacting to the viewer's behaviour and movement, butterflies flutter across the room and an entire season of flowers blossom and wither away, exploring the cycle of birth and death. The installation featured as part of this year's START art fair's curated projects, received overwhelming attention from press and visitors and as a result will be open to public free of charge.
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Patek Philippe Watch Art Grand Exhibition
27 May - 7 June 2015
Monday - Friday: 09:00 to 19:00
Saturday 6th June: 09:00 to 20:00 - last admission at 19:00
Sunday 7th June: 09:00 to 16:00 - last admission at 15:30
This unique exhibition offers a rare insider's perspective into the art of watchmaking within a family company.
Visitors will explore over 400 exhibits, presented across 15 themed rooms. Occupying over 2000 m² these areas will recreate the world of Patek Philippe from the company's historic Geneva headquarters to its workshop and museum. Artisans will be on hand to demonstrate their unique rare handcrafts such as enamelling, guilloche work and precious stone setting.
'Watch Art' is designed as a captivating interactive exhibition which will ignite your passion for artisanship and deepen your knowledge of fine watchmaking.   
Starts on 9 April - Ends on 2 May 2015 at 01:00pm
This exhibition shines a light on Hermès, the iconic French house. Inspired by ‘flanerie’, the art of urban wandering, each room presents a series of installations in various media, created by a diverse selection of artists. From the Parisian square, to the covered passage, or a cafe of forgotten objects this veritable extended cabinet of curiosities will delight and intrigue visitors, inviting them to be enveloped by the colour, sounds and images that surround them.  
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15 - 28 April 2015
An exhibition of portraits of young skate girls in Kabul by Jessica Fulford-Dobson, winner of 2nd prize in the 2014 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize.  

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13 - 16 November 2014
Inside Rolls-Royce invites guests to a multi-sensory journey into the brand's world-renowned engineering, design and craftsmanship, providing new levels of insight into the remarkable lengths required to create the 'best cars in the world'.    
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9 October - 2 November 2014
This exhibition is the largest survey of contemporary Ukrainian art to date and aims to provide a broad introduction to the diverse and energetic nature of Ukraine's art-scene through showcasing over 70 works by 38 artists. The exhibition is part of Days of Ukraine in the UK, a celebration of Ukrainian art, fashion, literature and music.    
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11 October - 2 November 2014
A photographic exhibition of works by Davide Monteleone, the 4th winner of the Carmignac Gestion Photojournalism Award which features images of Chechnya taken between December 2012 and April 2013.    

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12 September - 4 October 2014
A Photographic exhibition by Sam Taylor-Johnson featuring 34 photographs which capture the private rooms of mademoiselle Chanel at 31 Rue Cambon in Paris.    

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8 September - 20 September 2014
Discover the secrets behind delivering daily news stories since 1785 and explore journalists' tools of the trade from notepads to satphones in this exhibition featuring artefacts and documents from The Times Archive.    

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In Our Paradise 10 July - 3 August 2014
This exhibition of recent photography from Ukraine curated by Galina Skliarenko celebrates the 200th anniversary of the poet Taras Shevchenko, while reflecting on the very unique challenges that Ukraine has faced over the last few decades.
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TSUKANOV FAMILY FOUNDATION 17 April - 25 May 2014
The first global open entry competition for artists and creative people working with animated GIFs. The exhibition features the work of the six finalists alongside the other 54 shortlisted motion photographs judged by a panel of forward-thinkers comprised of film director Baz Luhrmann, artists Shezad Dawood, Tracey Emin and Cindy Sherman and Saatchi Gallery CEO Nigel Hurst.    
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31 July - 1 September 2013
In celebration of its 20th anniversary, HUGO will be presenting an exhibition of 20 artists from across the globe, whose diverse range of backgrounds, influences and practice reflect the HUGO brand and its innovative, creative and unconventional outlook.   
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5 December 2012 - 12 January 2013
The exhibition features key works by 18 emerging artists from Hong Kong, in the largest touring international showcase of Hong Kong's contemporary art to date. The majority of works in the exhibition have never been shown outside Asia, giving crucial recognition to Hong Kong's contemporary art scene on the world stage.
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12 October - 4 November 2012
CHANEL's photographic exhibition dedicated to Karl Lagerfeld's latest book, 'The Little Black Jacket: CHANEL's classic revisited by Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld', will open at the Saatchi Gallery in London in October.
The public will discover the versatility and timelessness of the iconic CHANEL jacket through Karl Lagerfeld's 113 photographs, modelled on a range of friends of the House, with each personality adapting the garment to reflect their own inimitable style - worn as a cape on singer Lily Allen, draped around model Stella Tennant, or even transformed into a vest on model Edie Campbell.     PRESENTED BY:

PROJECT ROOMS

26 July - 4 November 2012

The Nine Eyes of Google Street View
A year after Google Street View was launched, Montreal-based artist Jon Rafman started collecting screen captures from the site - accidents and incidents never intended for public consumption, as well as moments reminiscent of the photographic styles of real photographers. The result is his ongoing series The Nine Eyes of Google Street View, part of which has been shown for the first time in the UK at the Saatchi Gallery.

26 July - 23 September 2012
The exhibition presents the largest survey of new Korean art to date, and highlights an exciting group of artists who have recently emerged on the global art scene, producing work that provides an arresting insight into the future of contemporary art in Korea.
Korean Eye 2012 provides a unique platform to bring contemporary Korean art to a new international audience.   
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The Google Photography Prize is a global competition to find the photography stars of the future. The Prize received nearly 20,000 entries from students based in 146 countries. A selection of work by the 10 finalists, chosen by a prestigious jury, is exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery as part of this collaboration with Google.


Abstract America: New Painting From The U.S.
416 pages of full colour illustrations in hardback. This extensive survey of new abstract painting from America is available to order direct from the .

PROJECT ROOM

12th January - 9th May 2010

The Bed
Spanning over 8 metres, The Bed is both a monumental sculpture and a stage. Made from papier mâché, Ryman's giant man reclines in a dreamy world, somewhere between Sunday morning lie-in bliss and nervous breakdown, basking in the clutter of notebooks, beer cans and open bags of crisps.

PROJECT ROOM

7th January - 7th May 2010

American Servicemen and Women Who Have Died in Iraq and Afghanistan (but not Including the Wounded, nor the Iraqis nor the Afghans)
A tribute to every American soldier killed in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2004. Comprising of 5,158 drawings - one for every fallen soldier to date. Rendered in graphite pencil, each portrait appears on small coloured cards which correspond to the skin tone of soldiers.

PROJECT ROOM

9th October 2008 - 4th January 2009

  


Newsroom
"News becomes history as soon as it is reported. What fascinates me in talking about history is the paradoxical movement backwards while obviously propelling ahead with a story into the future. The 15-year time period covered in the show is of a recent past, a past that still unites many New Yorkers in recognition of a city at once familiar and long gone. "


The Revolution Continues: New Art From China
272 pages of full colour illustrations in hardback. Available to order direct from the .


Unveiled: New Art From The Middle East
208 pages of full colour illustration in hardback. This extensive survey of new art from the Middle East is available to order direct from the

New American Art from The Saatchi Gallery
Royal Academy of Arts, London.
6 October to 4 November 2006.
At The State Hermitage Museum,
St Petersburg, Russia
24 October 2007 to 13 January 2008

USA Today Catalogue
400 pages of full colour illustrations. This extensive survey of new American art is available to order direct from the . Russian edition available from State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia