Can an image tell us about a person?

Last week I made a trip to the Saatchi Gallery to view Sam Taylor-Johnson’s photographs of Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel’s apartment. It is not a secret that I am a fashion fanatic and I was expecting the images of Chanel’s private rooms to give me a glimpse into the designer’s personal space, thus providing an enriched […]

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African & Latin American Art @ Saatchi

Giant ants and sacks cover the walls of the latest exhibition at Saatchi Gallery. Pangea was the land mass that once united Africa and Latin America, whose contemporary art now shares a stage at the Chelsea gallery. As always, with Saatchi Gallery, the show is a mixed bag. There is a lot to see across […]

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Paper @ Saatchi

I often find exhibitions at the Saatchi Gallery to be a little hit and miss. It is such a big gallery space that sometimes it feels like the curators have packed it with many ‘filler’ pieces – those which are on display to make up gaps in shows but aren’t necessarily memorable, or dare I […]

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Hermes @ Saatchi

At this time of year many people flock to Chelsea in order to attend the Chelsea Flower Show. Thousands come to admire the gardens on display. However, this year, there is another reason to hop westbound onto the district line: the artisans of Hermes have set up shop at the Saatchi Gallery and are inviting […]

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Out of Focus @ Saatchi

Out of Focus seems to be a fitting title for the current exhibition being held at the Saatchi gallery, as so many photographers are exhibiting it truly is hard to focus on one. 38 photographers from 14 countries take up the space, exhibiting contemporary photographs. While there is no sense of cohesion among the exhibitors […]

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