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JR (French, born 1983). Migrants, Mayra, Picnic across the Border, Tecate, Mexico-U.S.A., 2017. Installation image. Wheat-pasted poster on table.
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JR: CHRONICLES

04 June - 03 October 2021
Extended Hours: Thursday 5 August until 9pm. Book Now.

Saatchi Gallery presents JR: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date in London of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years.

Curated by Sharon Matt Atkins and Drew Sawyer from the Brooklyn Museum, JR: Chronicles traces JR's career from his early documentation of graffiti artists as a teenager in Paris and large-scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide, to his recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse communities.

With major support provided by Art Explora

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STUDIO 7 BY CARTIER
23 July – 8 August 2021

Studio 7 by Cartier is a portrait exhibition celebrating the Maison’s seven most iconic creations across watches and jewellery: Santos, Tank, Trinity, Love, Juste Un Clou, Panthère and Ballon Bleu.

This unique show of your Cartier stories are told through a photographic journey from the past to the present, exclusively at Saatchi Gallery in London. Cartier lovers are invited to join the experience by having their portrait taken in a custom-built photo studio, and by sharing their very own Cartier story.

Admission: Free (pre-booking required)

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OUR HISTORY

Since 1985, Saatchi Gallery has presented contemporary art exhibitions showcasing the work of emerging artists. Exhibitions which primarily drew upon the collection of Charles Saatchi, led to Saatchi Gallery becoming a recognised authority in contemporary art globally. The Gallery acquired a strong reputation for introducing artists who would later gain worldwide recognition. In 2019 Saatchi Gallery became a registered charity and begun a new chapter in its history.

OUR MISSION

Saatchi Gallery exists as a registered charity to provide an innovative platform for contemporary art and culture. We are committed to supporting artists and rendering contemporary art accessible to all. We strive to present projects in physical and digital spaces that are engaging, enlightening and educational for diverse audiences.

OUR VALUES

Saatchi Gallery seeks to collaborate with artists in an open and honest manner with a primary aim of introducing their work to wider audiences.

The Gallery presents curated exhibitions on themes relevant and exciting in the context of contemporary creative culture. Our educational programmes aim to reveal the possibilities of artistic expression to young minds, encourage fresh thought and stimulate innovation.

As a charity, the organisation seeks to be self-funded and reinvests all revenue into its core activities to support access to contemporary art for all.

The Saatchi Gallery, London is registered as a charity with registration number 1182328, and its registered offices are in Duke of York's HQ, King's Road, London, SW3 4RY, United Kingdom.

35 years of art

Marilyn x 100
Andy Warhol
Marilyn x 100
Andy Warhol
Most Wanted Man No.11, John Joseph H
Andy Warhol
Atomic Bomb
Andy Warhol
Mao
Andy Warhol
Mao
Andy Warhol
16 Jackies
Andy Warhol
Blue Electric Chair
Andy Warhol
Double Disaster: Silver Car Crash
Andy Warhol
Double Marlon
Andy Warhol
Jackie
Andy Warhol
Elvis 49 Times
Andy Warhol
Flowers
Andy Warhol
Liz
Andy Warhol
Tunafish Disaster
Andy Warhol

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VISITING SAATCHI GALLERY:

Until Sunday 8 August: Open Monday – Sunday, 10AM-6PM. Last entry 5.30PM.

Extended Hours: Thursday 5 August until 9pm. Tickets are now on sale

From Monday 9 August: Open Wednesday – Sunday, 10AM-6PM. Last entry 5.30PM. Closed each Monday & Tuesday.

Book now: 'JR: CHRONICLES’, the UK’S largest retrospective of the internationally recognised artist JR, feat. iconic projects from the past 15 years. Free for members.

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