Saatchi Gallery
03/23/2017 at 08:08. Facebook
Norman Seeff snapped this informal portrait of best pals Robert Mapplethorpe and Patti Smith in 1969.
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Happy 88th birthday, Yayoi Kusama! We're celebrating her flair for the limitless with this look inside her twinkling installation 'Infinity Mirrored Room - The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away.'
Saatchi Gallery
03/21/2017 at 08:08. Facebook
Enjoy this mind-blowing GIF by Francisca Borzea.
Saatchi Gallery
03/20/2017 at 08:08. Facebook
Former football captain Jody Craddock showcases other talents in his ancient yet urban series of paintings 'La Bellezza Della Fusione.'
Saatchi Gallery
03/19/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Dutch-American Abstract Expressionist Willem de Kooning died on this day in 1997. We're honouring his flair for nurturing figures within avant-garde flatness with 1949's oil and enamel on canvas 'Woman.'
Saatchi Gallery
03/19/2017 at 08:05. Facebook
From viral selfies seen around the world to the one you snapped in your bathroom mirror, we'll be putting a brilliant line-up on display. Our joint exhibition with Huawei Mobile 'From Selfie to Self-Expression' is delving into all the ways and reasons we document ourselves. The show opens 31st March!

Hillary Clinton Group Selfie © Barbara Kinney/Hillary for America
Saatchi Gallery
03/18/2017 at 12:01. Facebook
Chilean street artist Caiozzama combines popular culture and art history to concisely poke fun at society's weak spots.
Saatchi Gallery
03/17/2017 at 08:08. Facebook
"Masculine and feminine, vertical and horizontal." - Piet Mondrian (Composition A, 1923, Oil on canvas)
Saatchi Gallery
03/16/2017 at 08:08. Facebook
Rosa Bonheur, a bold and talented realist, academian and animalière, was born in Bordeaux, France on this day in 1822. Enjoy her pastoral 'Landscape with Cattle' of 1856.
Edgar Degas truly was fascinated by the lifestyles of performers. In fact, he's known to have completed roughly 1,500 compositions of dancers in various media over the course of his career. Enjoy 'Dancer's Dressing Room', a pastel work from about 1878.
A moment's inner peace gets blasted to smithereens in this silvery digital rendering titled 'Pop Idol' by Grégoire A. Meyer.
The Gallery will be open as usual tomorrow! Why not pop in to view our ongoing exhibition 'Painters' Painters'?
Rune Guneriussen speckles isolated landscapes with signs of human civilisation, his practice hovering between installation and photography. Check out his 'Winter of Our Discontent.'
Happy birthday, Anish Kapoor! We're celebrating the sculptor's post-minimalist sensibilities with this shot of 2007's stainless steel 'C-Curve' gleaming in the Brighton dusk.
Today's the last day to submit your artiest #SaatchiSelfie to our competition with Huawei Mobile!

Simply visit [ Link ] for a chance to be featured in our upcoming exhibition, take home a cutting-edge smartphone and win a priceless photographic experience.
Olaf Breuning's smoke bomb installations orchestrate elements of sound, colour, texture, smell and surprise into explosive temporal compositions.
We're proud to be diving into self-infested waters with Huawei Mobile for our upcoming exhibition 'From Selfie to Self-Expression.' Opening 31 March, the show will re-tell the history of a 21st century phenomenon and help chart the future of how we choose to immortalise ourselves.

Ultimate Shark Selfie, © Aaron 'Bertie' Gekoski
Carl van Vechten captured this image of Man Ray and Salvador Dalí, fast friends with piercing gazes, in Paris on 16 June 1934.
"For me, painting is a way to forget life. It is a cry in the night, a strangled laugh." - Georges Rouault (Two Clowns Face to Face, Sketch for 'La Parade', 1905-1906, Gouache and watercolour on paper)
We're celebrating International Women's Day with self-portraits by phenomenal female artists. Natalia Goncharova painted this image of herself with a knowing smile in 1907.