History of the Saatchi Gallery
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Yayıncı Booth-Clibborn Editions ( 03 / 2011 ) ISBN 9781861543158 | Ciltli | Geniş boy | 25,4x31,8x5,41 cm. | İngilizce | 948 Sayfa | Türler Müze - Sergi - Bienal
Forward-thinking, trailblazing, and fearless, collector Charles Saatchi opened the Saatchi Gallery in London in 1985 and has since launched the careers of hundreds of young artists, and has had an immeasurable influence on contemporary art for over twenty years. This comprehensive, elegantly produced book, the first volume to chronicle the history of the gallery, presents the work by 150 of the most important artists exhibited there. From Lucien Freud to Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Brice Marden, Cindy Sherman, Cy Twombly and beyond, The History of the Saatchi Gallery chronicles the immense breadth of work exhibited at the museum. The book is divided into seven sections, reflecting the growth and transformation of the gallery from its 1985 beginnings in a former paint factory to its current home in the Chelsea section of London. Engrossing essays by leading art critics Richard Cork, Brian Sewell, and Sir Norman Rosenthal, and the actor Steve Martin provide revealing looks at some of the gallery’s most legendary exhibitions, including the infamous Sensation, the controversial Young British Artists, and New Chinese Art. Impeccably designed and full of surprises, this unrivalled opus includes gatefolds of Rabbit (1986) by Jeff Koons and Love It! Bite It! (2006) by Liu Wei.