The Saatchi Gallery located in central London presents contemporary art in large rooms with high ceilings for better viewing. The Gallery is in a 70,000 square foot building that includes a book shop, a restaurant café/bar, and educational facilities. The Saatchi Gallery's exhibitions change three to four times a year.
The current exhibitions run from 20 November 2013 - 23 March 2014 and include the works of the following:
Tanyth Berkeley Dana Schutz
Amy Bessone Jansson Stegner
Michael Cline Henry Taylor
Nicole Eisenman Denis Tarasov
Chantal Joffe Alexander Tinei
Kasper Kovitz Francis Upritchard
Makiko Kudo Helen Verhoeven
Nathan Mabry Andra Ursuta
Eddie Martinez Marianne Vitale
Upcoming exhibitions will be called New Order: British Art Today. Dates will run 26 April 2013 - 16 January 2014 and include the works of:
Greta Alfaro Wendy Mayer
Steven Allan Dominic From Luton
Sara Barker Alejandro Guijarro
James Balmforth Tereza Zelenkova
Charlie Billingham Rafal Zawistowski
James Capper Guy Rusha
Amir Chasson Natasha Peel
Nathan Cash Davidson Amanda Doran
The sculptures of Richard Wilson are on display. Richard Wilson is known for his inspiration from engineering and construction. The sculptures are characterized by their size and structural aspects.
The Saatchi Gallery is available for events accommodating any size party up to 1500 people. You can choose any room you wish to hold your event and have the option of an exclusive or partial hire depending upon your requirements.
The Saatchi Gallery Talks and Workshops are brought to you by a Resident Artist named Paul Robinson. He has worked for over 13 years with Colourmen. Robinson will be working with professional artists who will provide technical information and help you understand materials.
Everyone can attend the creative Christmas Family Workshops held on the 1st, 7th and 8th December.
The Animation Workshop will highlight artists Roz Logan and Betsy Dadd. The Light, Shadow and Body Language Animation Workshop will be on Saturday 21st December.
The Saatchi Gallery is pleased to continue to endorse Ben Street, lecturer at the National Gallery and Tate and writer. The next course he will be presenting will be the 'Beginner's Guide to Contemporary Art' and will run from the 11th January to the 8th February.
Private tours of the exhibitions are offered at the Saatchi Gallery with a guide in conjunction with deals for The Gallery Mess restaurant.
The Saatchi Gallery has a restaurant on the premises called the Gallery Mess Bar & Café. It offers daily specials that include fresh seasonal ingredients. The Gallery Mess has an extensive bar selection and has won the Rhubarb Food Design award. The restaurant can be hired for catering private events.
10am-6pm, 7 days a week, last entry 5:30pm