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The world's No 1 followed museum on social media. It has presented 15 of the 20 most visited exhibitions in London during the last 5 years.
The world's No 1 followed museum on social media. It has presented 15 of the 20 most visited exhibitions in London during the last 5 years.

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Feeling spooked this Friday 13th? 👻

#AnonymousArtist #DigitalArt #ContemporaryArt #Art
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Now Open! Our new SALON exhibition, in collaboration with Mallett and Dreweatts 1759, ’Dancing with Colour’. A selling exhibition of paintings by the British artist Berenice Sydney (1944 - 1983). Open 10am-6pm, 7 days a week. Admission is free.

@mallettantiques1865 @dreweatts1759
#BereniceSydney #DancingwithColour #SaatchiGallery #ContemporaryArt #Art #Exhibition #London
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Happy birthday Tracey Emin! Born #OTD in 1963 she first exhibited as part of the Saatchi Gallery collection in the 1997 exhibition ‘Sensation’ alongside 42 other artists including Damien Hirst, Ron Mueck and Jenny Saville.

Pictured: ‘I've Got It All’, 2000 and an installation view of ‘Ant Noises’, Saatchi Gallery at Boundary Road, 2000.

#TraceyEmin #Sensation #Art #ContemporaryArt #SaatchiGallery
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7/3/18
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Utilizing windows and holes in the side of an abandoned building, artist Penao creates this maniacal face mural in the streets of Barcelona in 2015.

Photo by Joab Jackson #StreetArt #Mural #Art #ContemporaryArt
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Big weekend ahead?! Our #ArtistoftheWeek Stuart Middleton creates distorted creatures in what are often compared to playful inebriated bar brawls, as suggested in the bar table motif.

The Cheshire, UK born artist creates ‘Sad Sketches 1’ and ‘Sad Sketches 2’, both 2014, from painted paper- mâché to form intertwined, disembodied limbs, truncated to become anonymous material objects.

#StuartMiddleton #Art #ContemporaryArt #SaatchiGallery
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6/29/18
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Take a seat and enjoy a #TBT to the 8th Istanbul Biennial where Colombian artist Doris Salcedo created her installation titled “1550 Chairs Stacked Between Two City Buildings” in 2003.

Photograph by Muammer Yanmaz #Sculpture #Art #ContemporaryArt #ConceptualArt
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6/28/18
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Happy Birthday Philip Guston! Born #OTD in Montreal, Canada on what would have been his 105th birthday.

He exhibited together with Sigmar Polke and Leon Golub in Saatchi Gallery’s 1988 summer show at Boundary Road.

Pictured: ‘Painter in Bed’, 1973 featured in the 1988 installation shot alongside ‘A Day's Work’, 1970 and ‘Friend - to M. F.’ 1978.

#PhilipGuston #Painting #Art #SaatchiGallery
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6/27/18
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Extended due to popular demand!

Carmignac Photojournalism Award: 'The Trap: Trafficking of Women at the Nepal’ featuring works by French photographer Lizzie Sadin. Pictured: 'Ashika, 23, Usha Bar (Cabin Restaurant), Kalanki, District of Kathmandu - March 2017'.

Open every day 10am – 6pm until 19th July. Admission is free.

@lizzie.sadin @fondationcarmignac #CarmignacPhotojournalismAward #Photography #ContemporaryArt #Art #SaatchiGallery
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In need of a summer dip? Check out ‘Hippo abstract’, 2018 by British and National Geographic photographer Andrew Parkinson.

“The hippo lounged comfortably in what looked like a chocolate fountain but was instead just a smaller tributary of the mighty Mara river.”

@andyparkinsonphoto @natgeo #Photography #Abstract #ContemporaryArt #Art
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➡️➡️➡️ SWIPE FOR DETAILS: Our #ArtistOfTheWeek is Welsh born Bedwyr Williams!

Displayed inside a vitrine, ‘Prudence’, 2012, presents a square wig made for a completely square head. It savagely parodies the harsh bob haircuts of what some refer to as “Gallerinas”: stereotypical attractive gallery girls. Often quite intimidating figures, the haircut refers to power – the face is squarely framed in the bob, but Bedwyr’s sculpture casts a casually mocking eye over this phenomenon to reveal a gently sardonic reflection on the human condition.

Our current exhibition Known Unknowns is open 10am-6pm, 7 days a week. Admission is free.

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22/06/2018
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