Saatchi Gallery

Millennialgram: is Instagram's new $390m campaign enough to lure Gen Z crowds away from TikTok?

The Yours to Make initiative includes an installation at London’s Saatchi Gallery created by digital artist and curator Zaiba Jabbar using Reels

Visitor Figures 2020: top 100 art museums revealed as attendance drops by 77% worldwide

The Art Newspaper's annual survey shows how the pandemic had a devastating impact on museums around the world—but there were some silver linings

Emily Sharpe and José da Silva. With additional reporting by Martin Bailey. Research conducted by Federico Florian and Victoria Stapley-Brown

Blockbuster JR show will travel to London's Saatchi Gallery from Brooklyn Museum

Murals, photographs and films by the French artist from past two decades will explore issues such as immigration and gun control

Saatchi Gallery exhibits London’s graduate artists deprived of degree shows

The exhibition forms part of the education programme at the collector’s gallery which has now ‘transitioned into a charity’

King Tut’s golden year, Koons’s worst: the highs and lows of the art world in 2019

As Notre Dame burned, protestors called the shots and a gold toilet vanished, it was certainly a year to remember

Tutmania returns. Plus, Duchamp in the US

We review Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh at London's Saatchi Gallery and talk about the Modern master Marcel Duchamp at the Hirshhorn Museum and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From Lucian Freud's stunning self-portraits at the Royal Academy of Arts to King Tut's treasures at the Saatchi Gallery

King Tut show on track to become one of the most popular art exhibitions ever in the UK—and the most expensive

Peak adult tickets for the travelling exhibition opening at the Saatchi Gallery in London this week will cost £37.40

Global refugee crisis brought to the fore in United Nations installation

Artist Kate Daudy will also unveil works in London later this year inspired by King Tutankhamun’s treasures

London drill rappers collaborate with Russian blood artist to protest censorship by UK government

The "blood installations" are based on lyrics by UK drill musicians including Drillminister, who is running for London Mayor 2020

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From poaching to plastic: London's Collect craft fair takes on politically charged topics

Fifteen artists show conceptual craft and design works, some of which reflect current concerns

King Tutankhamun’s treasures come to London's Saatchi Gallery before returning to Egypt forever

150 ancient artefacts will be displayed in a major exhibition commemorating the centenary of the discovery of the pharaoh’s tomb

New London fair in crowded art calendar looks at drawing in the digital age

Exhibitors at Draw Art Fair London in May will juxtapose drawings with related paintings and sculptures

Why being a royal artist in the Gulf is a mixed blessing

Rashid Al Khalifa of Bahrain is showing his art in London’s Saatchi Gallery

Three to see: London

From Pussy Riot's immersive penal colony installation to a final chance to see Francis Kéré’s Serpentine Pavilion

Jenny Saville's beefy bodies go on show in Oxford

This is the first solo show of the British artist in a UK public gallery

Charles Saatchi, the comeback king: New Chelsea gallery a definitive success

Attendance figures for the the Saatchi Gallery exceed their 1 million visitor goal

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Tate buys Charles Saatchi’s Chapman sculptures

The faux-ethnographic sculptures may be the gallery's most expensive contemporary art purchase

Saatchi evicted from County Hall

The British collector has lost the case over his lease on the riverfront space

Charles Saatchi to move his gallery to Chelsea

The announcement comes as the collector and his Japanese landlord face one another in court

“Our hunger for Goya has not waned but our horizon has widened”: Interview with Jake Chapman

On the eve of the Chapmans’ first commercial show in three years, Jake Chapman talks to The Art Newspaper

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Tate refused previous offer from Saatchi

Serota said no to 100 works in 1998, but is still keen to buy “major” pieces

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Did Tate miss its chance to get the Saatchi Collection?

The greatest contemporary art collector in Britain says he was ready to offer all his art to gallery director Nicholas Serota—but his proposal was not pursued

Pace-setter Charles Saatchi moves out Britart, moves in paintings

Doig, Kippenberger, Dumas, Tuymans, and Immendorf take centre stage at the collector’s gallery

Saatchi’s challenge to Tate with new Thameside gallery

The collector credited with transforming London’s contemporary art scene opens prestigious premises on the Thames this 17 April

London News: A revolutionary row at Saatchi as changes come to the Turbine Hall, Whitechapel and Wapping

Whitechapel curator goes .com, more power into art and Juan Muñoz is the next artist for Tate Modern

Charles Saatchi: the man and the market. The Art Newspaper was given access to the Saatchi archive to chart the transformations of this world famous collector’s taste

As “Sensation!”, the exhibition of the Saatchi collection of young British art, opens at the Royal Academy we ask what drives Saatchi to buy, and risk, so much

As Charles Saatchi's collection of young British art opens at the Royal Academy, we ask what drives the collector to buy, and risk, so much

The Art Newspaper was given access to the Saatchi archive to chart the transformations of this world famous collector’s taste