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Saatchi Gallery

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Saatchi Gallery

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grwpl wrote a review Sep 2020
Munich, Germany1,184 contributions433 helpful votes
Visited on a busy Saturday to see the London art college graduates exhibition. Due to covid you had to pre book a time slot and there was a clear one way route throughout the whole building. For £3 per head great value. The exhibition itself was very interesting, as with all art there was stuff that one might consider dross but there were also a number of excellent pieces, in particular, "Blackness The Manifesto" by Michael Forbes. Well constructed, balanced and thought provoking, well wort investing 5 minutes of your time. Great building and space and look forward to future visits. Lucky enough to visit on a Saturday where there was a very active set of food stalls serving great snacks and plenty of drinks.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Sharon Elliott wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom57 contributions62 helpful votes
This is a lovely, accessible and very reasonably priced gallery on the King's Road. Lovely setting and delightful gallery. s with all modern art you wonder how some IS art but it is controversial and thought provoking. I go every time when in London. There is always some good art in between what I would consider mediocre or a downright joke!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Jodie1237 wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom599 contributions107 helpful votes
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I’ve also liked the Saatchi Gallery (despite the amount of steps and sometimes miserable staff). It’s usually affordable, easy to get to, a nice location and they have some great exhibitions on. The London Grads Now was no different. A small exhibition displaying graduates recent work. Focusing on lockdown/racism and lots of current events.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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futtock21 wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom9,842 contributions1,252 helpful votes
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Thanks to an initiative by the London gallerist Kristin Hjellegjerde the Saatchi Gallery is currently showcasing work by recent graduates of most of London’s leading fine art schools. Covid-19 has meant the temporary closure of many art schools and with it depriving their students of both exhibition space and the attendant publicity they need at such an early stage in their careers. Two out of the three main floors of the Saatchi Gallery provide near-perfect museum quality exhibition space for their works. And the shop albeit moved from the first to the ground floor and the cafe/restaurant now a branch of Searcy’s both remain open which is more than can be said for many more august public galleries.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Ian C wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom23,995 contributions1,354 helpful votes
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The refurbished 19th Century main building of the Duke of York's Heaquarters provides a great series of large spaces for the changing exhibitions at the Saatchi Gallery. It is good to see it reopened after the lockdown, and with an exhibition supporting final year art students from London art schools. They've had a tough time over the last six months, so this is a great initiative, though inevitably it lacks the buzz and intimacy of the traditional Degree Shows. And the Saatchi has a great art shop, which is always worth visiting
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Date of experience: August 2020
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