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Dutch wildlife artist Esther van Hulsen drew a prehistoric octopus 95 million years after its death, with 95-million-year-old ink given to her by Paleontologist Jørn Hurum from a fossil found in Lebanon.
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Keith Haring was born on this day in 1958! This is his 'Labyrinth', 1989.
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Las Vegas-based barista Mason Salisbury has devised a method for pouring rainbow foam lattes.
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Macro-photographs composed of nearly 10,000 images show the incredible detail of insect specimens.
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Charlie Watts on fashion inspired by his father. #StonesIsm
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Lukas Furlan captures astonishing views of the Canary Islands.
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Check out this new embroidered psychological landscape by Michelle Kingdom.
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Athens-based street artist Achilles utilised a series of three wall murals to produce a composite anatomical rendering of a woman’s face.
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Barbara Holmes' installation 'Untitled, No. 5' is sourced from reclaimed wood from the San Francisco dump.
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Working with compact rolls of Japanese mulberry paper, artist Lisa Nilsson creates anatomical figures and textile patterns using a centuries-old technique called quilling.
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Brighton-based artist Charlotte Bailey 'repairs' broken ceramics with embroidery, inspired by a Japanese mending technique called kintsugi.
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Ancient skeleton mosaic uncovered in Turkey reads 'Be Cheerful and Live Your Life'.
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One of the world's leading contemporary art museums with a pioneering exhibition programme.
Introduction
The Saatchi Gallery opened in October 2008 in the 70,000 sq. ft. Duke of York HQ building on King's Road, Chelsea with an exhibition dedicated to new art from China. Since then it has presented exhibitions of new work from the Middle East, India, America, the UK, Germany, Russia, as well as major exhibitions of international sculpture, photography and of artists working with paper.

Over the last four years, the Saatchi Gallery has hosted 10 of the top 15 most visited exhibitions according to the Art Newspaper's annual survey of museum attendance.

The Saatchi Gallery aims to provide an innovative forum for contemporary art, presenting work by largely unknown young artists or by international artists whose work has been rarely or never exhibited in the UK.

FREE ADMISSION
Open Daily 10am-6pm
 
Duke of York's HQ
King's Road
London
SW3 4RY
 
By Underground:
The gallery is 3-4 minutes walk from Sloane Square Underground (District and Circle lines) and 10-12 minutes' walk from Victoria (Victoria, District & Circle lines).

By Bus:
11,19,22,49,211,319 (King's Road), 11,137,211 (Lower Sloane Street).

By Train:
The nearest mainline railway station is Victoria. It is 10-12 minutes' walk from the gallery.

Access
Assisted or ramp access is available at the Gallery's main entrance. All floors have lifts and there is level access between the galleries on each floor. Wheelchairs are available upon request.

There are two blue badge disabled parking bays to the rear of the Gallery which can be accessed via Turk's Row off Lower Sloane Street. Booking well in advance is essential. To reserve a disabled parking bay or a wheelchair please telephone 0207 811 3085.

Please note that you will need to check-in large rucksacks and bags with the Gallery's cloakroom on arrival.