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A showcase for contemporary art, presenting work by young artists or by extablished international artists whose work is rarely seen in the UK.
Daily 10am-6pm, 7 days a week. Admission is free.
Free admission to all shows - including temporary, curated exhibitions.
Key artists and exhibits
- Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Sarah Lucas, Ron Mueck, Duane Hanson and Chris Ofili, to name but a few.
Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin America
- 2 April — 31 August 2014 *on now
Paintings, drawings, photography and sculpture by emerging artists from Latin America and Africa including Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou, Fredy Alzate and Antonio Malta Campos.
- Any age
Abstract America Today
- 28 May — 28 September 2014 *on now
Lisa Anne Auerbach
Cullen Washington Jr.
- Family friendly
In Our Paradise...
- 10 July — 3 August 2014 *on now
Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of the renowned Ukrainian Poet, Taras Shevchenko.
Originally curated by Galina Skliarenko, for the National Academy of Arts in Kiev, the show highlights some of the challenges encountered by Ukraine over the last few decades, including the most recent unrest faced by its people.
The exhibition brings together recent photography by Oleksandr Babak and Anatol Stepanenko, Victor Marushchenko, Tiberiy Silvashi and Anna Voitenko.
Post Pop: East Meets West
- 26 November 2014 — 23 February 2015
Post Pop: East Meets West is the first comprehensive exhibition examining why Pop Art, of all the twentieth century’s movements, has had such a powerful influence over artists from world regions that had or still have very different and sometimes opposing ideologies.
Widely regarded as the most significant art movement of the last century, Pop Art exploits identifiable imagery from mass media and everyday life to reflect on the nature in the world in which we live. The exhibition brings together some 250 works by over 60 artists from America, China, the Former Soviet Union and the UK, and will take over the entire Saatchi Gallery. Post Pop: East Meets West examines the relationship between western Pop Art and its lesser-known eastern counterparts including “Sots Art” in the Soviet Union and “Political-Pop” or “Cynical Realism”, which has flourished in China since the turn of the twenty-first century.
Please contact venue for further information