Saatchi Gallery
02/25/2017 at 08:05. Facebook
Artists have always been obsessed with rendering what they see in the mirror. Join us and @HuaweiMobile in investigating the myths and motivations behind self-portraiture by visiting our upcoming exhibition 'From Selfie to Self-Expression', opening 31st March.

Paul Cézanne, Self-Portrait, 1878-1880, Oil on canvas, 60.3 x 47 cm
Image courtesy of The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.
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Winslow Homer was born in Boston, Massachusetts on this day in 1836! He was a skilled realist whose marine scenes earned him the most acclaim. His spotlighted and silhouetted 'Summer Night' of 1890 has us looking forward to warmer weather!
Saatchi Gallery
02/23/2017 at 08:04. Facebook
Happy birthday, Hiroshi Sugimoto! The Japanese photographer was born in Tokyo on this day in 1948. We exhibited his series 'Henry VIII and his Six Wives' in 2001. Sugimoto's subjects were wax figures from Madame Tussauds in London, sculpted according to Hans Holbein the Younger's original Tudor-era portraits.
Saatchi Gallery
02/22/2017 at 17:08. Facebook
“It is not the language of painters but the language of nature which one should listen to, the feeling for the things themselves, for reality, is more important than the feeling for pictures.” - Vincent van Gogh (Woman Sitting in the Grass, 1887, Oil on canvas)
Saatchi Gallery
02/22/2017 at 08:05. Facebook
Check out 'Mixtape Dropping Next Week' by Keelin B., another splendid #SaatchiSelfie. Join the fun until 12 March at [ Link ] and you could win the photographic experience of a lifetime!
Saatchi Gallery
02/21/2017 at 08:08. Facebook
French Impressionist Gustave Caillebotte died on this day in 1894 and was buried in Paris' famed Père Lachaise Cemetery. Take a turn with his 'Richard Gallo and His Dog at Petit Gennevilliers', painted in oil on canvas around 1884.
Saatchi Gallery
02/20/2017 at 08:08. Facebook
Beloved landscape photographer Ansel Adams was born on this day in 1902. Best known for his majestic black and white images, he captured Vernal Falls' mighty cascade at California's Yosemite National Park in 1938.
Saatchi Gallery
02/19/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Art historical humour abounds in Emiliano Ponzi's 2011 work 'The Death of Postmodernism.'
Saatchi Gallery
02/18/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
Los Angeles-based digital artist Adam Ferriss employs algorithms to reshuffle multitudes of pixels within his stellar compositions.
Saatchi Gallery
02/18/2017 at 08:35. Facebook
In December 1920 photographers gathered on the rooftop of Theodore Marceau's studio in New York City and captured what some consider the world's first true selfie. Joseph Byron held the camera with his right hand while Ben Falk supported it with his left.

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We love this portrait of a festive Niki de Saint Phalle shot by the great Norman Parkinson in 1983.
Rest in peace, Keith Haring. The iconic American artist died on this day in 1990. Enjoy the second plate of his 1989 silkscreen work 'Pop Shop V.'
"Fantasy, abandoned by reason, produces impossible monsters; united with it, she is the mother of the arts and the origin of marvels." - Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (Witches' Sabbath, 1789, Oil on canvas)
Have you entered our #SaatchiSelfie competition yet? Here are some of the incredible selfies we’ve received so far. Don’t miss your chance to see your art work exhibited at the Gallery. Enter now. Closing date 12 March. T&Cs apply: [ Link ]
Happy Valentine's Day! We're celebrating the power of giving and receiving love with this charmingly off-kilter installation shot by Originalartiste.
Thanks for all your great submissions to our #SaatchiSelfie competition! Keep them coming until 12 March by clicking here: [ Link ]

You could win a cutting-edge @HuaweiMobile smartphone and help make exhibition history.
'American Gothic' painter Grant Wood was born on this day in 1891. He dedicated this frosty composition to his birth month in 1940, aptly titling it 'February.'
Have you ever noticed that Edward Hopper's 'Nighthawks' offers viewers no doorway into the nocturnal world of the sleepless ensemble of city-dwelling figures?
'The Fantastical Feasts' series by photographer Claire Rosen takes cues from Leonardo da Vinci's 'Last Supper' and Pierre Subleyras' 'The Feast in the House of Simon' to help us see members of the animal kingdom in a more human light.
Victor Obsatz captured this simultaneously contemplative and cheerful double exposure portrait of Marcel Duchamp in 1953.