'The Saatchi Gallery has presented an ever-changing view of contemporary art from all over the world. It has had a profound influence on how contemporary art is perceived and has raised its profile.' -Edward Booth-Clibborn, Editor, The History of the Saatchi Gallery. Hardback 25 x 5.3 x 32 cm
This book accompanies the exhibition that opened in the Saatchi Gallery in January 2014. The exhibition and the catalogue provide an insight into the work of some of the most promising artists emerging in Britain today. Paperback 15 cm x 20 cm x 0.8 cm Illustrated thoughout
This book accompnaies the exhibition that opened in the Saatchi Gallery in April 2013. The exhibition and the catalogue provide an insight into the work of some of the most promising artists emerging in Britain today. Paperback 15 cm x 20 cm x 0.8 cm 84 pages Illustrated thoughout
Published to coincide with the exhibition 'Breaking the Ice: Moscow Art 1960s - 1980s' presented by the TSUKANOV FAMILY FOUNDATION. The exhibition opened in November 2012 and closed in February 2013. Flexibound 415 pages Fully Illustrated
Published to coincide with the exhibition 'Hong Kong Eye' at the Saatchi Gallery December 2012, first major international showcase of Hong Kong contemporary art. This catalogue covers 18 contemporary artists working in Hong Kong today.
Text by William Ewing The companion to the photography exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London presents 37 international artists working in diverse, innovative, and arresting ways. Flexicover. 364 pages. 32 cm x 42.3 cm x 3 cm
Korean Eye 2012 presents the work of 33 talented Korean artists. The book has been published to accompany the exhibition 'Korean Eye' at the Saatchi Gallery, London from July 26th to September 23rd 2012. Paperback. 268 pages. 16.9 cm x 24cm x 1.9...
Published to coincide with the major exhibition 'Korean Eye 2012' at the Saatchi Gallery in summer 2012, this book is a comprehensive insight into Korean contemporary art. The book profiles the work of more than 70 artists working in Korea today. Paperback 351 pages
The contemporary artists in this book - including Josephine Meckseper, Markus Selg, Thomas Zipp, Max Frisinger, Gert and Uwe Tobias - seem to be in dialogue with previous generations of German artists, such as Joseph Beuys, Martin Kippenberger and Gerhard Richter. Flexibound. 176 pages. 21.2 cm x 30 cm x 1.5 cm
A radical new generation of American abstract painters has emerged in the twenty-first century. This new generation arose at the cusp of the transition to the digital era and is marked by the traumatic events surrounding 9/11 and its ongoing social and political aftermath. Hardback. 416 pages. 29.5 cm x 29.5 cm x 2.95 cm
This beautifully illustrated catalogue was published to accompany the exhibition, The Empire Strikes Back which surveyed recent developments in contemporary art from India. Hardback. 188 pages. 29.5 cm x 29.5 cm x 2 cm
This dramatic material by many of the leading new Chinese artists was published in conjunction with the opening exhibition in 2008 at the Saatchi Gallery. The Revolution Continues is the definitive introduction to a vital new art as it emerges from years of turmoil and restraint. Hardback 272 pages 29.9 x 2.6 x 29.4...
The catalogue for the second exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery space in 2009 at the Duke of York's H.Q. in Chelsea, London. 208 pages of full colour illustrations, Unveiled is an extensive survey of new art from the Middle East. Hardback 208 pages 28.5 x 2.3 x 32 cm
There is a new vitality in American art and this book is the first to offer a comprehensive review of an emerging generation of artists who together represent the challenging variety of work being produced now.
'A compelling and essential collection for the 21st-century photo buff.' Wallpaper 'Elegantly designed by GTF...the book actively views photographic practice in terms of its relationship with art...' CREATIVEBASE
The first definitive survey of work by the YBAs, or Young British Artists, who had emerged in the late 1980s, it opened at London’s Royal Academy, astonishing the international art world with its vitality and inventiveness. Paperback. 222 pages. 23 cm x 29 cm x 1.7 cm
Charles Saatchi is a man with strong opinions on everything from movies to morals, superstition to suicide, and in this book he answers nearly 300 questions from readers and journalists, offering much for everyone to reflect on.
This catalogue accompanies the Pangaea exhibition that opened in the Saatchi Gallery in April 2014. The exhibition, and the catalogue, provide an introduction to the work of sixteen of the most promising artists emerging in Africa and Latin America. Paperback Dimensions: H29.6cm x W21cm x D1.5cm Illustrated in colour throughout