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Opened by art dealer Charles Saatchi in 1985, the Saatchi Gallery has been a major influence on art in Britain, setting trends in contemporary art and launching the careers of many artists.
© Matthew Booth, Courtesy of the Saatchi Gallery
While themes in the collection have changed over time - from American minimalism to Young British Artists through to painting - its international significance and media profile have remained constant.
The Saatchi Gallery has occupied several sites in London, including a disused paint factory on Boundary Road, the County Hall on London's South Bank, and its current location at the Duke of York's HQ near Sloane Square. Key exhibitions at the gallery have featured the work of artists including Damien Hirst, Rachel Whiteread, and the Chapman brothers.
Free entry to all
Free exhibitions to all
Open daily, 10am – 6pm