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Saatchi Gallery extends the RHS Botanical Art & Photography Show 2021 until October 9th

Following its successful launch on 18 September, Saatchi Gallery is thrilled to announce the extended opening of the RHS Botanical Art & Photography Show 2021, enabling artists and photographers to showcase their work to a wider audience for a further six days from its initial end on 3 October.

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RHS Botanical Art & Photography Show 2021 returns to Saatchi Gallery

In partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)

03 August 2021 – The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) and Saatchi Gallery have partnered to present the return of the RHS Botanical Art and Photography Show in 2021. Running parallel to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in September, it will feature more than 200 of the best botanical artwork and garden photography by 34 global artists in celebration of these technical art forms.

The RHS Botanical Art & Photography Show 2021 will be the first presented at the Saatchi Gallery, London and will run for two weeks, enabling artists and photographers to showcase their work to an even wider audience. Accompanying the show will be a series of outreach projects for school and community groups including painting, drawing and print workshops intended to inspire a passion for botanical art and research.

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Saatchi Gallery presents first-ever installation at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2021

For the first time, Saatchi Gallery will participate in the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Chelsea Flower Show, featuring new works by British contemporary artist Dan Rawlings. The installation coincides with the return of the RHS Botanical Art & Photography Show 2021 exhibited at Saatchi Gallery from September 18 through to October 3, 2021.

The installation features never-before-seen artworks including, ‘Delays Expected’ (2021), a steel forest shell hand cut into the walls of a repurposed transit van. The works aim to spark a dialogue about our interaction with nature and our dependency on industry. Set at the heart of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, the steel structures demonstrate Rawlings’ fascination with the resilience of nature with the ‘deserted’ vehicle swamped and almost overcome by the plants and foliage of the surrounding garden.

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Curated by Jealous Gallery

Saatchi Gallery and Jealous Print Studio & Gallery have partnered to present the exhibition RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW. The 4,000 sq. ft exhibition will open in two gallery spaces at Saatchi Gallery on Thursday, 19 August 2021.

Curated by Jealous Director Dario Illari, the exhibition showcases new and recent works by a diverse line-up of emerging and established artists that have collaborated with Jealous on various projects.

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July, 2021 (London, UK) – Cartier presents Studio 7 at Saatchi Gallery in London, from Friday 23rd July to Sunday 8th August 2021. Studio 7 by Cartier is a photography exhibition celebrating the Maison’s seven most iconic creations across watches and jewellery: Santos, Tank, Trinity, Love, Juste Un Clou, Panthère and Ballon Bleu. For the very first time, an incredible show of Cartier stories are told through a photographic journey, from the past to the present. Located on the ground floor of the Saatchi Gallery, the exhibition runs across four galleries.

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July, 2021 (London, UK) – The exhibition, In Orbit, will open at Saatchi Gallery, London on 13 August 2021 and run until 5 September 2021. In Orbit, by design duo Isabel + Helen, is a series of tonal paintings produced by contraptions that have been assembled by hand from industrial materials. This collection of imperfect circles and the tools used in their creation, explore the space between mass production & the creation of unique art works and in doing so, questions our relationship with machines. The exposed processes and mechanics are as much a part of the project as the finished paintings. The assembling and activating of the humble machines are left to the laws of physics once the contraptions are set in motion.

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Major support by Art Explora

April 15, 2021 (London, UK) - This June, Saatchi Gallery presents JR: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. This exhibition will be presented at London’s Saatchi Gallery from 4th June to 3rd October 2021, with pre-sale tickets released 10am today.

Saatchi Gallery is collaborating with the Brooklyn Museum, with their shared aim to provide public access to contemporary art and support social engagement, for the renowned artist JR’s first major exhibition in the UK. 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, to his large-scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide, to his recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse publics.

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April, 2021 (London, UK) –Artist Ben Turnbull presents American History Remix; a retrospective exhibition voyaging through 150 years of America’s tumultuous past at London’s Saatchi Gallery, opening 17th June. With an unashamedly parodic lens, American History Remix is a boldly candid exploration of the nation’s most defining moments, from the birth of the ‘American Frontier’, via the Kennedy assassinations to the darker days of gun culture and the inauguration of Donald Trump.

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December 3, 2020 (London, UK) – The 10th Carmignac Photojournalism Award is dedicated to the Amazon and the issues related to its deforestation. It is chaired by Yolanda Kakabadse, Minister of the Environment of Ecuador between 1998 and 2000 and President of WWF from 2010 to 2017. The Award was awarded to Tommaso Protti.

From January to July 2019, Italian photojournalist Tommaso Protti, accompanied by British journalist Sam Cowie, travelled thousands of miles across the Brazilian Amazon to create this reportage. From the eastern region of Maranhão to the western region of Rondônia, through the states of Pará and Amazonas, they portrayed life in modern day Brazilian Amazon, where social and humanitarian crises overlap with the ongoing destruction of the rainforest.

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Open Monday – Sunday, 10AM-6PM. Last entry 5.30PM.

Extended Hours: Thursday 30 September until 9pm. Tickets are now on sale

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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