ARTIST:

Evgeny Rukhin

Evgeny Rukhin
COMPOSITION WITH SEWING MACHINE, 1967
Canvas, oil
111x80

Evgeny Rukhin
COMPOSITION WITH SPHERE, 1968
Mixed media/collage on burlap canvas
100x126

Evgeny Rukhin
TWO SISTERS, 1968
Mixed media/collage on burlap canvas
99x79

Evgeny Rukhin
SHIP, 1969
Canvas, oil, collage
100x90

Evgeny Rukhin
TWO OF DIAMONDS (DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF VLADIMIR NEMUKHIN), 1974
Canvas, oil
134x109

Evgeny Rukhin
COMPOSITION 57, 1974
Canvas, mixed media
70x66

Evgeny Rukhin
UNTITLED, 1971
Canvas, oil and wood collage
99x94

Evgeny Rukhin
RED COMPOSITION, 1971
Canvas, oil and wood collage
100x97

Evgeny Rukhin
UNTITLED, 1975
Canvas, oil and wood collage
100x97

Evgeny Rukhin
UNTITLED, 1971
Canvas, oil assemblage
99x95

Evgeny Rukhin
UNTITLED, 1972
Canvas, mixed media
68,5x65

Evgeny Rukhin
UNTITLED, 1972
Canvas, oil and wood collage
70x66

Evgeny Rukhin
UNTITLED, 1971
Canvas, mixed media
70x66

Evgeny Rukhin
COMPOSITION WITH ICON, 1972
Canvas, oil and wood collage
99x96,5

Evgeny Rukhin
RED SQUARE, 1971
Collage with oil and mixed media on canvas
125,5x110

×

Thursday, 26 November 2020: COVID-19 / CORONAVIRUS UPDATE:

Following the UK Government’s latest announcement placing London in Tier 2, Saatchi Gallery will re-open from Wednesday, 9 December 2020. We will re-open with our free entry Ground Floor exhibitions (Philip Colbert: Lobsteropolis and Antisocial Isolation) from December 9. The new dates for our next headline exhibition JR: Chronicles will be announced shortly.

Government guidelines on health and safety measures will remain in effect, including social distancing within a one-way system in our galleries, the provision of hand sanitising stations, and the wearing of face coverings by visitors and staff. All visitors are encouraged to pre-book their tickets prior to entry.

We look forward to welcoming you back soon.