The annual Jealous Prize is awarded to one MA Fine Art graduate from each of the seven major art colleges in London. Aided by the Jealous Print Studio team, each winning graduate creates a new limited edition print.
This exhibition presents the prints by the winners of the Jealous Prize 13 / 14 alongside a selection of prints created by previous winners of the prize.
Richard Wilson is one of Britain's most celebrated sculptors. He is known for his interventions in architectural space which draw heavily for their inspiration from the worlds of engineering and construction and are characterised by concerns with size and structural daring.
Wilson has exhibited widely nationally and internationally, and represented Britain in the Sydney, Yokohama, Sao Paulo and Venice...
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. Read more...
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.
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.
26 July - 3 September, 27 September - 7 October, 14 October - 4 November
In 2007 Google sent out an army of hybrid electric automobiles, each one bearing nine cameras on a single pole. Armed with a GPS and three laser range scanners, this fleet of cars began an endless quest to photograph every highway and byway in the free world.
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 will be shown for the first time in the UK at the Saatchi Gallery.
With its supposedly neutral gaze, the Street View photography had a spontaneous quality unspoiled by the sensitivities or agendas of a human photographer... capturing fragments of reality stripped of all cultural intentions. Jon Rafman
This collaboration with RS&A and Hugo Boss brings together 16 chess sets designed by some of the world's leading contemporary artists in celebration of the 'game of kings' and its continued relevance to the creative arts. read more...
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. read more...
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 Saatchi Gallery Online Store.
The Empire Strikes Back: Indian Art Today
272 pages of full colour illustrations in hardback. This extensive survey of new Indian art is available to order direct from the Saatchi Gallery Online Store.
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 Saatchi Gallery Online Store.
USA Today Catalogue
400 pages of full colour illustrations. This extensive survey of new American art is available to order direct from the Saatchi Gallery Online Shop. Russian edition available from State Hermitage Museum,
St. Petersburg, Russia
The Triumph of Painting
360 pages of full colour illustrations in hardback. An extensive survey of contemporary painting. Click here to order direct from the Saatchi Gallery Online Shop.
The Triumph of Painting Vol 2
A supplementary volume featuring many key works by 6 important artists with essays by Alison Gingeras and biographies by Patricia Ellis is also available. Click here to order direct from the Saatchi Gallery Online Shop.
The Triumph of Painting Vol 3
Second in a series of supplementary volumes featuring many key works by 6 leading artists. Essay by Meghan Dailey, biographies by Patricia Ellis. Click here to order direct from the Saatchi Gallery Online Shop.