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Revealed: where the Sensation art is now

We name the collectors who have bought works from the show

Over the last year we have tracked down most of the works originally shown in Charles Saatchi’s “Sensation”exhibition which opened at the Royal Academy in London in September 1997. As the gallery inaugurates “USA Today”, an exhibition of American art drawn from Mr Saatchi’s collection, we reveal where the iconic British art of the 1990s by Damien Hirst, Gavin Turk, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Tracey Emin, Chris Ofili, and many others is today.

All the information published here has been verified before going to press. We cannot, however, account for sales which may have taken place in the last few weeks. In the case of works which exist in multiple editions we have tried to find the specific edition which was shown in “Sensation”. We have been unable to locate some pieces and invite our readers to help us find them (p40).

SteFan T. Edlis

APOLLO PLASTICS (ReTIRED)

CHICAGO

Ron Mueck, Dead Dad, 1996-97,

silicone and acrylic.

Sold through James Cohan Gallery, New York. Will be on display in “Ron Mueck” at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, 3 November-4 February 2007.

The exhibition travels to the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, February–May 2007

DAVID TEIGER

GEMINI

CONSULTING (RETIRED)

NEW JERSEY

Jenny Saville, Propped, 1992, oil

on canvas. Sold by Gagosian Gallery

ADAM SENDER

EXIS CAPITAL

NEW YORK

Chris Ofili, Afrodizzia, 1996, paper

collage, oil paint, glitter, polyester resin, map pins, elephant dung on linen.

Sold at Phillips de Pury & Co for $1m (est $500,000-$700,000) on 12 May 2005, lot 42

STEVEN A. COHEN

SAC CAPITAL

GREENWICH, CT

Clockwise from left:

Damien Hirst, Away from the Flock, 1994, steel, glass, lamb, formaldehyde solution. Other editions of this sculpture are with Eli Broad in Los Angeles and Anthony D’Offay in London. An artist’s proof of the work belongs to Damien Hirst and is on long-term display at the Archaeological Museum in Naples

The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, 1991, tiger shark, glass, steel, 5% formaldehyde solution. Sold through Gagosian Gallery in December 2005 for £6.5m ($12.3m), according to the Saatchi Gallery

Marc Quinn, Self, 1991, blood,

stainless steel, perspex, refrigeration equipment. Sold through the Gagosian Gallery, reportedly for £1.5m ($2.8m)

FRANK GALLIPOLI

SEMPRA ENERGY TRADING

NEW CANAAN, CT

Clockwise from far left:

Gavin Turk, Pop, 1993, glass, brass, MDF, fibreglass, wax, clothing, gun

Jake & Dinos Chapman,

Zygotic Acceleration, Biogenetic,

De-sublimated Libidinal Model (Enlarged x1000), 1995, fibreglass

Marcus Harvey, Myra, 1995, acrylic on canvas

Gary Hume, Begging For It,

1994, gloss paint on panel

Chris Ofili, Popcorn Tits, 1996,

oil paint, paper collage, glitter,

polyester resin, map pins, elephant dung on linen

Jenny Saville, Plan, 1993, oil

on canvas. Sold by Gagosian Gallery

Simon Patterson, The Great Bear, 1992, four-colour lithograph in anodised aluminium frame

(not illustrated)

DAMIEN HIRST

Since “Sensation” opened in 1997, Damien Hirst has gone on to become the most successful artist of his generation. In the last few years he has also emerged as one of the most important collectors of contemporary art in the UK with major holdings of work by fellow “Sensation” artist, Sarah Lucas, and American Jeff Koons. In November 2003, he purchased most of his own works back from Charles Saatchi, some of which he no longer owns (see pp39, 40). In 2005, he bought Toddington Manor, a dilapidated Gothic country house in Gloucestershire (above left). He has suggested that, after the necessary restoration, he hopes to open Toddington Manor as a gallery of contemporary art.

A selection of works drawn from Damien Hirst’s collection will go on show at the Serpentine Gallery in London from 25 November to 28 January 2007

Clockwise from left:

Damien Hirst, A Thousand Years, 1990, steel, glass, flies, maggots, MDF, insect-o-cutor, cow’s head, sugar, water

Sarah Lucas, Bunny, 1997, tights, plywood chair, clamp, kapok stuffing with wire

Damien Hirst, Beautiful, Kiss My Fucking Ass Painting, 1996, gloss household paint on canvas

Argininosuccinic Acid, 1995, gloss household paint on canvas

Sarah Lucas, Sod You Gits, 1990, photocopy on paper

Two Fried Eggs and a Kebab, 1992, photograph, fried eggs, kebab, table

Au Naturel, 1994, mattress, water bucket, melons, oranges, cucumber. This will be on show at the Serpentine Gallery in London (25 November-28 January)

Figleaf in the Ointment, 1991, plaster, hair, life-size (not illustrated)

CHARLES SAATCHI

Our investigation suggests that Charles Saatchi has kept only a few works from “Sensation” for his collection. These include (clockwise from far left):

Marc Quinn, No Visible Means of Escape, 1996, RTV 74-30, rope. Shown at the Saatchi Gallery in County Hall in 2005

Chris Ofili, The Holy Virgin Mary, 1996, paper collage, oil paint, glitter, polyester resin, map pins, elephant dung on linen. This was the painting at the centre of the storm when “Sensation” was shown at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Then, New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani said of the painting: “it offends me…[it] is sick” (see p4)

Jake & Dinos Chapman, Tragic Anatomies, 1996, fibreglass, resin, paint, smoke devices (detail)

Four other works from “Sensation” are part of the Saatchi Gallery collection and are available for rent (see right)

DESTROYED BY FIRE IN MOMART WAREHOUSE

26 MAY 2004

Clockwise from left:

Tracey Emin, Everyone I Have Ever Slept With 1963-1995, 1995, appliquéd tent, mattress, light

Gary Hume, My Aunt and I Agree, 1995, gloss paint on aluminium panel

Richard Patterson, Motorcrosser II, 1995, oil and acrylic on canvas;

Culture Station #2—Dirty Picture, 1996, oil on canvas (not illustrated); Culture Station #3—With Fur Hat, 1997, oil on canvas (not illustrated)

Marcus Harvey, Dudley, Like What You See? Then Call Me, 1996, acrylic on canvas; Proud of His Wife, 1994, oil and acrylic on canvas

(not illustrated)

Jane Simpson, Sacred, 1993,

MDF, gesso, watercolour, tinplate, refrigeration unit

Martin Maloney, Sony Levi, 1997, oil on canvas

SAATCHI GALLERY

available for rent (see p4)

Clockwise from left:

Richard Billingham, Untitled, 1993-95, set of eight colour photographs on aluminium

Alain Miller, Eye Love Eye, 1997, oil on canvas. Offered for sale at Christie’s London on 27 June 2001, lot 96, est £12,000-£16,000. Bought in. Then offered for sale at Sotheby’s London on 22 October 2002, lot 483, est £5,000-£7,000. Bought in Langlands & Bell, Ivrea (in Ten Parts), 1991, ,mixed mediaconstruction with hardwood, wood products, glass and cellulose lacquer. Offered for sale at Sotheby’s London on 26 June 2002 , lot 52, est £20,000-£30,000. Bought in

Adam Chodzko, The God Look-Alike Contest, 1992-93, (Last Judgement Version), (not illustrated)

NICK SILVER, LONDON

Jake & Dinos Chapman, Ubermensch (detail), 1995, fibreglass, resin, paint. Sold at Christie’s London on 8 December 1998 for £10,350

(est £10,000-£12,000), lot 130

ARTS COUNCIL COLLECTION, UK

Paul Finnegan, Untitled, 1995, mixed media sculpture with shoes. Offered

for sale at Christie’s London on 27 June 2001, lot 102, est £6,000-£8,000. Bought in. Donated to the Arts Council collection

by Charles Saatchi in 2003

NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART, WASHINGTON, DC

Rachel Whiteread, Ghost, 1990, plaster on steel frame. Loaned by Charles Saatchi to Tate Modern for their inaugural show in 2000. Then sold by the Gagosian Gallery. In November 2004 the work was given as a partial and promised gift to the National Gallery by the Glenstone Foundation set up by manufacturing billionaire Mitchell P. Rales

ANITA ZABULODOWITZ

LONDON

Michael Landy, Costermonger’s Stall, 1992-97, mixed media construction with wood, gloss paint, tarpaulin, plastic buckets, electric lights and flowers.

Sold for £23,900 (est £20,000-£30,000) at Sotheby’s London

on 26 June 2002, lot 48

DAVID ROBERTS, LONDON

Edinburgh house estates

Keith Coventry, White Abstract (Sir Norman Reid Explaining Modern Art to The Queen (detail),1994, oil on canvas, wood, gesso, glass. Sold in 2006 by the Fine Art Society to British collector David Roberts. Previously with Austin Desmond, who bought it at Christie’s London on 8 February 2002 for £6,462 (est £5,000-£7,000), lot 139

MUSEUM OF MODERN ART NEW YORK

Yinka Shonibare, How Does a Girl Like You, Get to Be a Girl Like You?, 1995, wax print cotton textiles. Acquired by MoMA in 2002

TATE MODERN, LONDON

Sam Taylor-Wood, Killing Time, 1994, video projection and sound, duration 60 min.

Bought by Tate at Christie’s London on 6 February 2002 for £17,625 (est £15,000-£20,000), lot 134. This is the only work from “Sensation” to have been acquired by a public gallery in the UK

SENSATION AND THE TURNER PRIZE

“Sensation” opened in London nine years ago. Since then, two of the artists whose work was included in the show have won the Turner Prize and another eight have been shortlisted. A “Sensation” artist has been on the shortlist for eight of the last ten years.

The artists

1997 Gillian Wearing winner

1998 Chris Ofili winner;

Sam Taylor-Wood shortlisted

1999 Tracey Emin shortlisted

2000 Glenn Brown shortlisted

2001 Richard Billingham shortlisted

2003 Jake & Dinos Chapman

shortlisted

2004 Langlands & Bell shortlisted;

Yinka Shonibare shortlisted

2005 Darren Almond shortlisted

FRANCOIS PINAULT. PPR. OWNER CHRISTIE’S

Damien Hirst, Some Comfort Gained from the Acceptance of the Inherent Lies in Everything, 1996, steel, glass, cows, formaldehyde solution, 12 tanks. Bought by Damien Hirst from Charles Saatchi. Then sold to François Pinault

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (100 Spaces, detail), 1995, resin, 100 units

Rotating displays drawn from Mr Pinault’s collection are on view at the Palazzo Grassi in Venice, in which he has a controlling share

THE JUMEX COLLECTION MEXICO CITY

Sarah Lucas, Receptacle of Lurid Things, 1991, wax, life-size. Sold for $30,550 (est $30,000-$40,000) at Christie’s New York on 15 November 2001, lot 301

JASON MARTIN

Jason Martin, Shaman.

Sold to Lisson Gallery

PRIVATE COLLECTION PORTUGAL

Jason Martin, Trump.

Sold to Lisson Gallery

JACK HELGESEN, NORWAY

Abigail Lane, Misfit, 1994, wax, plaster, oil paint, human hair, clothing, glass eyes. Sold for £7,475 (est £5,000-£7,000) at Christie’s London on 8 December 1998, lot 71

PRIVATE COLLECTION BELGIUM

Mark Wallinger, Race Class Sex, 1992, oil on canvas. Sold for £89,150 at Sotheby’s London on 26 June 2002, lot 53

HAMBURGER KUNSTHALLE

Mona Hatoum, Deep Throat, 1996, table, chair, television set, glass plate, fork, knife, water glass, laser disc, laser disc player. Sold at Christie’s London on 6 February 2002 for £60,950 (est £20,000-£30,000), lot 119

Another edition of Deep Throat sold for £66,000 (£35,000-£45,000) at Christie’s London

on 8 February 2006, lot 57

PRIVATE COLLECTOR, TASMANIA

Jake & Dinos Chapman, Great Deeds Against the Dead, 1994, mixed media with plinth

OTHER SALES

Darren Almond, Fan, 1997, wood, plastic, micro-processors, paint, motors. Private collection Europe

Glenn Brown, Ornamental Despair (Painting for Ian Curtis) after Chris Foss, 1994, oil on canvas. Sold at Christie’s London on 6 February 2002 for £32,900 (est £20,000-£30,000), lot 133

The Day the World Turned Auerbach, 1992, oil on canvas. Sold at Christie’s London on 8 December 1998 for £8,050 (est £4,000-£5,000), lot 106

Simon Callery, Newton’s Note, 1996, oil on canvas. Sold at Christie’s London on 8 February 2002 for £5,875 (est £5,000-£7,000), lot 148

Peter Davies, Text Painting, 1997, acrylic on canvas. Sold for £16,450 (est £10,000-£12,000) at Christie's London on 8 February 2002, lot 234

Mark Francis, Negative, 1995,

oil on canvas. Sold for $16,800 (est $10,000-$15,000) at Christie’s New York on 11 January 2005, lot 77

Alex Hartley, Untitled (Ronan Point), 1995, photograph with MDF and steel. Sold for £9,400 (est £6,000-£8,000)

at Christie’s London on 27 June 2001, lot 113

Damien Hirst, This Little Piggy Went to Market, This Little Piggy Stayed At Home, 1996, steel, GRP composites, glass, pig, formaldehyde solution, electric motor, two tanks. Bought by Damien Hirst from Charles Saatchi. Resold by Hirst

Isolated Elements Swimming in the Same Direction for the Purpose of Understanding, 1991, MDF, melamine, wood, steel, glass, perspex cases, fish, 5% formaldehyde solution. Bought by Damien Hirst from Charles Saatchi. Resold by Hirst

Gary Hume, Dolphin Painting No IV, 1991, gloss paint on MDF board, four panels. Private collection

Vicious, 1994, gloss paint on panel. Private collection

Tony Blackburn, 1994, gloss paint on panel. Sold at Christie’s London on 6 February 2002 to Jay Jopling/White Cube for £78,550 (est £40,000-£60,000), lot 126

Sarah Lucas, 1-123-123-12-12, 1991, size seven boots with razor blades. Sold at Christie’s London on 6 February 2002 for £30,550 (est £8,000-£12,000) to private collector Jose-Maria Cuno bidding against London dealer Paul Stolper. Then sold to a private collector in New York

Where Does It All End?, 1994-95, wax and cigarette butt. An edition

of this sold at Christie’s London

on 6 February 2002 for £17,625

(est £15,000-£20,000), lot 118. Private collection

Chris Ofili, Spaceshit, 1995, oil on linen with resin, pins and elephant dung. Sold at Christie's New York

on 15 November 2001 for $82,250 (est $80,000-$120,000), lot 311

Jonathan Parsons, Carcass, 1995. Sculpture w/dissected map in acrylic case. Sold for £7,050, (est £7,000-£10,000) at Christie’s London

on 27 June 2001, lot 95

Fiona Rae Untitled (Sky Shout), 1997, oil and acrylic on canvas.

Private collection

Untitled (Blue and Purple Triptych), 1994, oil on canvas. Offered for sale at Christie’s New York on 15 May 2002, lot 324, est $25,000-$35,000. Bought in. Private Collection.

Untitled (Purple and Brown), 1991, oil and charcoal on canvas.

Private collection

Untitled (One on Brown), 1989, oil on canvas. Sold for £8,812 (est £8,000-£10,000) at Christie’s London on 27 June 2001, lot 59. Private collection.

James Rielly, Random Acts of Kindness, 1996, oil on canvas. Sold at Christie’s London on 8 February 2002 for £21,737 (est £12,000-£18,000), lot 245. Private collection.

Richard Patterson, Blue Minotaur,

1996, oil on canvas. Sold by Timothy Taylor Gallery

Jenny Saville Trace, 1993-94,

oil on canvas. Private collection

Hybrid, 1997, oil on canvas.

Private collection

Shift, 1996-97, oil on canvas.

Private collection

Sam Taylor-Wood, Five Revolutionary Seconds I, 1995, colour photograph. Private collection

Wrecked, 1996, C-type colour print. Private collection

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Orange Bath), 1996, rubber, polystyrene. Sold

by Haunch of Venison. Private collection

Cerith Wyn Evans, Inverse Reverse Perverse, 1996, surface mirrored acrylic. Private collection

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Mark Wallinger, Angel, 1997, video/laserdisk

Gillian Wearing, 10-16, 1997, video. Offered for sale at Christie’s London on 27 June 2001, lot 46, est £30,000-£35,000. Bought in

Glenn Brown, Dali-Christ, 1992,

oil on canvas

Mat Collishaw, Bullet Hole, 1988-93, cibachrome mounted on 15 light boxes

Chris Ofili, Afrobluff, 1996, acrylic paint, oil paint, paper collage, polyester resin, map pins, elephant dung on linen

Hadrian Pigott, Instrument of Hygiene (Case i), 1995, fibreglass, leatheret covering, velvet lining, with wash basin and fittings

Marc Quinn, The Morphology of Specifics, 1996, glass and silver

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Bath), 1990, plaster and glass; Untitled (Square Sink), 1990, plasterOver the last year we have tracked down most of the works originally shownin Charles Saatchi’s “Sensation”exhibition which opened at the Royal Academy in London in September 1997. As the gallery inaugurates “USA Today”, anexhibition of American art drawn from Mr Saatchi’s collection, we reveal where the iconic British art of the 1990s by Damien Hirst, Gavin Turk, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Tracey Emin, Chris Ofili, and many others is today.

All the information published here has been verified before going to press. We cannot, however, account for sales which may have taken place in the last few weeks. In the case of works which exist in multiple editions we have tried to find the specific edition which was shown in “Sensation”. We have been unableto locate some pieces and invite our readers to help us find them (p40).

SteFan T. Edlis

APOLLO PLASTICS (ReTIRED)

CHICAGO

Ron Mueck, Dead Dad, 1996-97,

silicone and acrylic.

Sold through James Cohan Gallery, New York. Will be on display in “Ron Mueck” at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, 3 November-4 February 2007.

The exhibition travels to the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, February–May 2007

DAVID TEIGER

GEMINI

CONSULTING (RETIRED)

NEW JERSEY

Jenny Saville, Propped, 1992, oil

on canvas. Sold by Gagosian Gallery

ADAM SENDER

EXIS CAPITAL

NEW YORK

Chris Ofili, Afrodizzia, 1996, paper

collage, oil paint, glitter, polyester resin, map pins, elephant dung on linen.

Sold at Phillips de Pury & Co for $1m (est $500,000-$700,000) on 12 May 2005, lot 42

STEVEN A. COHEN

SAC CAPITAL

GREENWICH, CT

Clockwise from left:

Damien Hirst, Away from the Flock, 1994, steel, glass, lamb, formaldehyde solution. Other editions of this sculpture are with Eli Broad in Los Angeles and Anthony D’Offay in London. An artist’s proof of the work belongs to Damien Hirst and is on long-term display at the Archaeological Museum in Naples

The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, 1991, tiger shark, glass, steel, 5% formaldehyde solution. Sold through Gagosian Gallery in December 2005 for £6.5m ($12.3m), according to the Saatchi Gallery

Marc Quinn, Self, 1991, blood,

stainless steel, perspex, refrigeration equipment. Sold through the Gagosian Gallery, reportedly for £1.5m ($2.8m)

FRANK GALLIPOLI

SEMPRA ENERGY TRADING

NEW CANAAN, CT

Clockwise from far left:

Gavin Turk, Pop, 1993, glass, brass, MDF, fibreglass, wax, clothing, gun

Jake & Dinos Chapman,

Zygotic Acceleration, Biogenetic,

De-sublimated Libidinal Model (Enlarged x1000), 1995, fibreglass

Marcus Harvey, Myra, 1995, acrylic on canvas

Gary Hume, Begging For It,

1994, gloss paint on panel

Chris Ofili, Popcorn Tits, 1996,

oil paint, paper collage, glitter,

polyester resin, map pins, elephant dung on linen

Jenny Saville, Plan, 1993, oil

on canvas. Sold by Gagosian Gallery

Simon Patterson, The Great Bear, 1992, four-colour lithograph in anodised aluminium frame

(not illustrated)

DAMIEN HIRST

Since “Sensation” opened in 1997, Damien Hirst has gone on to become the most successful artist of his generation. In the last few years he has also emerged as one of the most important collectors of contemporary art in the UK with major holdings of work by fellow “Sensation” artist, Sarah Lucas, and American Jeff Koons. In November 2003, he purchased most of his own works back from Charles Saatchi, some of which he no longer owns (see pp39, 40). In 2005, he bought Toddington Manor, a dilapidated Gothic country house in Gloucestershire (above left). He has suggested that, after the necessary restoration, he hopes to open Toddington Manor as a gallery of contemporary art.

A selection of works drawn from Damien Hirst’s collection will go on show at the Serpentine Gallery in London from 25 November to 28 January 2007

Clockwise from left:

Damien Hirst, A Thousand Years, 1990, steel, glass, flies, maggots, MDF, insect-o-cutor, cow’s head, sugar, water

Sarah Lucas, Bunny, 1997, tights, plywood chair, clamp, kapok stuffing with wire

Damien Hirst, Beautiful, Kiss My Fucking Ass Painting, 1996, gloss household paint on canvas

Argininosuccinic Acid, 1995, gloss household paint on canvas

Sarah Lucas, Sod You Gits, 1990, photocopy on paper

Two Fried Eggs and a Kebab, 1992, photograph, fried eggs, kebab, table

Au Naturel, 1994, mattress, water bucket, melons, oranges, cucumber. This will be on show at the Serpentine Gallery in London (25 November-28 January)

Figleaf in the Ointment, 1991, plaster, hair, life-size (not illustrated)

CHARLES SAATCHI

Our investigation suggests that Charles Saatchi has kept only a few works from “Sensation” for his collection. These include (clockwise from far left):

Marc Quinn, No Visible Means of Escape, 1996, RTV 74-30, rope. Shown at the Saatchi Gallery in County Hall in 2005

Chris Ofili, The Holy Virgin Mary, 1996, paper collage, oil paint, glitter, polyester resin, map pins, elephant dung on linen. This was the painting at the centre of the storm when “Sensation” was shown at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Then, New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani said of the painting: “it offends me…[it] is sick” (see p4)

Jake & Dinos Chapman, Tragic Anatomies, 1996, fibreglass, resin, paint, smoke devices (detail)

Four other works from “Sensation” are part of the Saatchi Gallery collection and are available for rent (see right)

DESTROYED BY FIRE IN MOMART WAREHOUSE

26 MAY 2004

Clockwise from left:

Tracey Emin, Everyone I Have Ever Slept With 1963-1995, 1995, appliquéd tent, mattress, light

Gary Hume, My Aunt and I Agree, 1995, gloss paint on aluminium panel

Richard Patterson, Motorcrosser II, 1995, oil and acrylic on canvas;

Culture Station #2—Dirty Picture, 1996, oil on canvas (not illustrated); Culture Station #3—With Fur Hat, 1997, oil on canvas (not illustrated)

Marcus Harvey, Dudley, Like What You See? Then Call Me, 1996, acrylic on canvas; Proud of His Wife, 1994, oil and acrylic on canvas

(not illustrated)

Jane Simpson, Sacred, 1993,

MDF, gesso, watercolour, tinplate, refrigeration unit

Martin Maloney, Sony Levi, 1997, oil on canvas

SAATCHI GALLERY

available for rent (see p4)

Clockwise from left:

Richard Billingham, Untitled, 1993-95, set of eight colour photographs on aluminium

Alain Miller, Eye Love Eye, 1997, oil on canvas. Offered for sale at Christie’s London on 27 June 2001, lot 96, est £12,000-£16,000. Bought in. Then offered for sale at Sotheby’s London on 22 October 2002, lot 483, est £5,000-£7,000. Bought in Langlands & Bell, Ivrea (in Ten Parts), 1991, ,mixed mediaconstruction with hardwood, wood products, glass and cellulose lacquer. Offered for sale at Sotheby’s London on 26 June 2002 , lot 52, est £20,000-£30,000. Bought in

Adam Chodzko, The God Look-Alike Contest, 1992-93, (Last Judgement Version), (not illustrated)

NICK SILVER, LONDON

Jake & Dinos Chapman, Ubermensch (detail), 1995, fibreglass, resin, paint. Sold at Christie’s London on 8 December 1998 for £10,350

(est £10,000-£12,000), lot 130

ARTS COUNCIL COLLECTION, UK

Paul Finnegan, Untitled, 1995, mixed media sculpture with shoes. Offered

for sale at Christie’s London on 27 June 2001, lot 102, est £6,000-£8,000. Bought in. Donated to the Arts Council collection

by Charles Saatchi in 2003

NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART, WASHINGTON, DC

Rachel Whiteread, Ghost, 1990, plaster on steel frame. Loaned by Charles Saatchi to Tate Modern for their inaugural show in 2000. Then sold by the Gagosian Gallery. In November 2004 the work was given as a partial and promised gift to the National Gallery by the Glenstone Foundation set up by manufacturing billionaire Mitchell P. Rales

ANITA ZABULODOWITZ

LONDON

Michael Landy, Costermonger’s Stall, 1992-97, mixed media construction with wood, gloss paint, tarpaulin, plastic buckets, electric lights and flowers.

Sold for £23,900 (est £20,000-£30,000) at Sotheby’s London

on 26 June 2002, lot 48

DAVID ROBERTS, LONDON

Edinburgh house estates

Keith Coventry, White Abstract (Sir Norman Reid Explaining Modern Art to The Queen (detail),1994, oil on canvas, wood, gesso, glass. Sold in 2006 by the Fine Art Society to British collector David Roberts. Previously with Austin Desmond, who bought it at Christie’s London on 8 February 2002 for £6,462 (est £5,000-£7,000), lot 139

MUSEUM OF MODERN ART NEW YORK

Yinka Shonibare, How Does a Girl Like You, Get to Be a Girl Like You?, 1995, wax print cotton textiles. Acquired by MoMA in 2002

TATE MODERN, LONDON

Sam Taylor-Wood, Killing Time, 1994, video projection and sound, duration 60 min.

Bought by Tate at Christie’s London on 6 February 2002 for £17,625 (est £15,000-£20,000), lot 134. This is the only work from “Sensation” to have been acquired by a public gallery in the UK

SENSATION AND THE TURNER PRIZE

“Sensation” opened in London nine years ago. Since then, two of the artists whose work was included in the show have won the Turner Prize and another eight have been shortlisted. A “Sensation” artist has been on the shortlist for eight of the last ten years.

The artists

1997 Gillian Wearing winner

1998 Chris Ofili winner;

Sam Taylor-Wood shortlisted

1999 Tracey Emin shortlisted

2000 Glenn Brown shortlisted

2001 Richard Billingham shortlisted

2003 Jake & Dinos Chapman

shortlisted

2004 Langlands & Bell shortlisted;

Yinka Shonibare shortlisted

2005 Darren Almond shortlisted

FRANCOIS PINAULT. PPR. OWNER CHRISTIE’S

Damien Hirst, Some Comfort Gained from the Acceptance of the Inherent Lies in Everything, 1996, steel, glass, cows, formaldehyde solution, 12 tanks. Bought by Damien Hirst from Charles Saatchi. Then sold to François Pinault

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (100 Spaces, detail), 1995, resin, 100 units

Rotating displays drawn from Mr Pinault’s collection are on view at the Palazzo Grassi in Venice, in which he has a controlling share

THE JUMEX COLLECTION MEXICO CITY

Sarah Lucas, Receptacle of Lurid Things, 1991, wax, life-size. Sold for $30,550 (est $30,000-$40,000) at Christie’s New York on 15 November 2001, lot 301

JASON MARTIN

Jason Martin, Shaman.

Sold to Lisson Gallery

PRIVATE COLLECTION PORTUGAL

Jason Martin, Trump.

Sold to Lisson Gallery

JACK HELGESEN, NORWAY

Abigail Lane, Misfit, 1994, wax, plaster, oil paint, human hair, clothing, glass eyes. Sold for £7,475 (est £5,000-£7,000) at Christie’s London on 8 December 1998, lot 71

PRIVATE COLLECTION BELGIUM

Mark Wallinger, Race Class Sex, 1992, oil on canvas. Sold for £89,150 at Sotheby’s London on 26 June 2002, lot 53

HAMBURGER KUNSTHALLE

Mona Hatoum, Deep Throat, 1996, table, chair, television set, glass plate, fork, knife, water glass, laser disc, laser disc player. Sold at Christie’s London on 6 February 2002 for £60,950 (est £20,000-£30,000), lot 119

Another edition of Deep Throat sold for £66,000 (£35,000-£45,000) at Christie’s London

on 8 February 2006, lot 57

PRIVATE COLLECTOR, TASMANIA

Jake & Dinos Chapman, Great Deeds Against the Dead, 1994, mixed media with plinth

OTHER SALES

Darren Almond, Fan, 1997, wood, plastic, micro-processors, paint, motors. Private collection Europe

Glenn Brown, Ornamental Despair (Painting for Ian Curtis) after Chris Foss, 1994, oil on canvas. Sold at Christie’s London on 6 February 2002 for £32,900 (est £20,000-£30,000), lot 133

The Day the World Turned Auerbach, 1992, oil on canvas. Sold at Christie’s London on 8 December 1998 for £8,050 (est £4,000-£5,000), lot 106

Simon Callery, Newton’s Note, 1996, oil on canvas. Sold at Christie’s London on 8 February 2002 for £5,875 (est £5,000-£7,000), lot 148

Peter Davies, Text Painting, 1997, acrylic on canvas. Sold for £16,450 (est £10,000-£12,000) at Christie's London on 8 February 2002, lot 234

Mark Francis, Negative, 1995,

oil on canvas. Sold for $16,800 (est $10,000-$15,000) at Christie’s New York on 11 January 2005, lot 77

Alex Hartley, Untitled (Ronan Point), 1995, photograph with MDF and steel. Sold for £9,400 (est £6,000-£8,000)

at Christie’s London on 27 June 2001, lot 113

Damien Hirst, This Little Piggy Went to Market, This Little Piggy Stayed At Home, 1996, steel, GRP composites, glass, pig, formaldehyde solution, electric motor, two tanks. Bought by Damien Hirst from Charles Saatchi. Resold by Hirst

Isolated Elements Swimming in the Same Direction for the Purpose of Understanding, 1991, MDF, melamine, wood, steel, glass, perspex cases, fish, 5% formaldehyde solution. Bought by Damien Hirst from Charles Saatchi. Resold by Hirst

Gary Hume, Dolphin Painting No IV, 1991, gloss paint on MDF board, four panels. Private collection

Vicious, 1994, gloss paint on panel. Private collection

Tony Blackburn, 1994, gloss paint on panel. Sold at Christie’s London on 6 February 2002 to Jay Jopling/White Cube for £78,550 (est £40,000-£60,000), lot 126

Sarah Lucas, 1-123-123-12-12, 1991, size seven boots with razor blades. Sold at Christie’s London on 6 February 2002 for £30,550 (est £8,000-£12,000) to private collector Jose-Maria Cuno bidding against London dealer Paul Stolper. Then sold to a private collector in New York

Where Does It All End?, 1994-95, wax and cigarette butt. An edition

of this sold at Christie’s London

on 6 February 2002 for £17,625

(est £15,000-£20,000), lot 118. Private collection

Chris Ofili, Spaceshit, 1995, oil on linen with resin, pins and elephant dung. Sold at Christie's New York

on 15 November 2001 for $82,250 (est $80,000-$120,000), lot 311

Jonathan Parsons, Carcass, 1995. Sculpture w/dissected map in acrylic case. Sold for £7,050, (est £7,000-£10,000) at Christie’s London

on 27 June 2001, lot 95

Fiona Rae Untitled (Sky Shout), 1997, oil and acrylic on canvas.

Private collection

Untitled (Blue and Purple Triptych), 1994, oil on canvas. Offered for sale at Christie’s New York on 15 May 2002, lot 324, est $25,000-$35,000. Bought in. Private Collection.

Untitled (Purple and Brown), 1991, oil and charcoal on canvas.

Private collection

Untitled (One on Brown), 1989, oil on canvas. Sold for £8,812 (est £8,000-£10,000) at Christie’s London on 27 June 2001, lot 59. Private collection.

James Rielly, Random Acts of Kindness, 1996, oil on canvas. Sold at Christie’s London on 8 February 2002 for £21,737 (est £12,000-£18,000), lot 245. Private collection.

Richard Patterson, Blue Minotaur,

1996, oil on canvas. Sold by Timothy Taylor Gallery

Jenny Saville Trace, 1993-94,

oil on canvas. Private collection

Hybrid, 1997, oil on canvas.

Private collection

Shift, 1996-97, oil on canvas.

Private collection

Sam Taylor-Wood, Five Revolutionary Seconds I, 1995, colour photograph. Private collection

Wrecked, 1996, C-type colour print. Private collection

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Orange Bath), 1996, rubber, polystyrene. Sold

by Haunch of Venison. Private collection

Cerith Wyn Evans, Inverse Reverse Perverse, 1996, surface mirrored acrylic. Private collection

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Mark Wallinger, Angel, 1997, video/laserdisk

Gillian Wearing, 10-16, 1997, video. Offered for sale at Christie’s London on 27 June 2001, lot 46, est £30,000-£35,000. Bought in

Glenn Brown, Dali-Christ, 1992,

oil on canvas

Mat Collishaw, Bullet Hole, 1988-93, cibachrome mounted on 15 light boxes

Chris Ofili, Afrobluff, 1996, acrylic paint, oil paint, paper collage, polyester resin, map pins, elephant dung on linen

Hadrian Pigott, Instrument of Hygiene (Case i), 1995, fibreglass, leatheret covering, velvet lining, with wash basin and fittings

Marc Quinn, The Morphology of Specifics, 1996, glass and silver

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Bath), 1990, plaster and glass; Untitled (Square Sink), 1990, plaster