The Saatchi Gallery‘s one of my favourite museums in town. It’s one of those contemporary/modern art galleries that could make purists cringe and say “You call that art?” but there’s something about the way they curate pieces that makes me excited about art in this new era of artistic freedom. I remember feeling rather creeped out (in a good way!) by previous installations such as Kader Attia’s Ghost, Sun Yuan and Peng Yu‘s life-like sculptures Old Persons Home and Angel, and Zhang Dali’s Chinese Offspring; amused by Pure Evil’s Nightmare Series and Marcelo Jacome’s Planos pipas n17 (as I’ve never flown a kite); and inspired by exhibits such as Chanel’s The Little Black Jacket and The Times Newseum.
Go see for yourself! Current exhibitions include new art from Africa and Latin America plus Sam Taylor-Wood‘s photographs of Coco Chanel’s apartment. Entrance is free and there’s heaps of Instagrammable stuff. ðŸ˜‰
Rafael Gomezbarros, Casa Tomada
Aboudia, Djoly du Mogoba
Aboudia, Enfants dans la rue 1
Fredy Alzate, Lugares en fuma | Christian Rosa No Way Out
Boris Nzebo, Constuction Nzebo
Antonio Malta Campos, Figures in Red | Jose Carlos Martinat, Ejercicio Superficial #12
Vincent Michea acrylic on canvas. Plaid Boy not included.
Oscar Murillo, I’d take you there but it doesn’t exist anymore & Dark Americano
Xavier Mascaro, Eleonoras
Xavier Mascaro, Sacred Couple
Xavier Mascaro, Couple
Cullen Washington Jr, Untitled #5
Lisa Anne Auerbach, Find you inner metal voice
Duke Of York’s HQ, King’s Rd, London SW3