Check out this extra-saturated, untitled snap from 'Toilet Paper', Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari's boundary-pushing publication.
Alex Katz turned out his eye-popping, oil on canvas 'Red Coat' in 1982.
Happy birthday to Abstract Expressionist Franz Kline, born #otd
in 1910! His 'Blueberry Eyes' of 1960 is a profusion of cool-toned tensions.
Got the International Klein Blues this Monday? Enjoy 'La Venus d'Alexandrie', a plaster torso painted by Yves in 1962.
Albrecht Dürer was born #otd
in 1471! He illustrated his famous hare with great sensitive realism while travelling through Vienna in 1502.
Check out Dana Schutz's bright, gawky and musically-inclined 'Tapestry', made with dyed wool in 2005.
"The making of a whole person and the creation of true individuals can only happen by singing and dancing and making art." - Antony Gormley
'Libya: A Human Marketplace' by Narciso Contreras is at the Saatchi Gallery until 16 June @FdnCarmignac #PrixCarmignac #FondationCarmignac
The fat stripes in 1954's 'Untitled' brilliantly capture Morris Louis' fascination with the gesture of pouring thinned paint onto raw canvas
Sara Lucas captured her provocative, unapologetic c-print 'Self-Portrait with Fried Eggs' in 1996.
Happy birthday, Jasper Johns! We're celebrating his work on the front lines of American Pop Art with 1974's screenprint 'Target ULAE 147.'
Connect with the breezy-but-warm directness of Pierre-Auguste Renoir's 'By the Seashore' of 1883.
Scope out the swirling madness of 'A Chorus Line', painted in oil on canvas by Cecily Brown in 1997.
Enjoy 'Marriage IV', one of John Stezaker's identity-corrupting collages made from found head shots of vintage starlets and on-screen beaus.
"I'm the one who gave steroids to Pop Art." - James Rosenquist (An Intrinsic Existence, Oil on canvas with mirror, 2015)
Edo-period master Hokusai died #otd
in 1849. Celebrate the splash his refined aesthetic made across the world with 'The Great Wave.'
Louise Bourgeois' spine-tingling steel, bronze and marble 'Maman' of 1999 measures amongst the world's very largest sculptures.
French painter and colourful character Paul Gauguin died #otd
in 1903. We're saluting his storied career with 'Self-Portrait with Mandolin.'
Damien Hirst went dotty for semi-gloss household paint in 1991's 'Acetic Anhydride.'
Happy birthday, James Turrell! Celebrate the American master of light, space and land art with 1998's 'Key Lime Pi.'
No one blings out the banal quite like Jeff Koons. Enjoy his cartooned, ballooned stainless steel 'Rabbit' from 1986.
Stripes conquer the viewer's entire field of vision in Leon Berkowitz's long and lean 'Cathedral #11' of 1968.
Check out Jean-Michel Basquiat's 'Bird on Money', a boldly-coloured acrylic and crayon on canvas composition he completed in 1981.
Claude Monet recorded an ethereal spring in 1900's nearly sweet-smelling 'Irises in Monet's Garden.'
Enjoy Bridget Riley's dazzling painting 'Burn' of 1964.
Andy Warhol turned out his acrylic and silkscreen on canvas 'Mao' in 1973.
Check out reality artist Signe Pierce's still saccharine, though slightly squashed 'Better to Have Loved, Part II.'
Marcel Duchamp coined a legendary art historical pun with 1919's 'L.H.O.O.Q, Mona Lisa With Moustache.'
Conceptual master of minimalist symmetry Sol LeWitt staked out his 'Wall Drawing 368' in 1982.
Enjoy Dom Sebastian's 'Virtual Love', a slightly cold and calculating alabaster-toned ode to the still-life.
French painter Henri Rousseau finished his famous oil on canvas 'Tiger in a Tropical Storm (Surprised!) in 1891.
Melbourne-based painter Kate Shaw creates fantastic dreamscapes just waiting to be inhabited.
Jean Cocteau captured this spontaneous image of Pablo Picasso and Amedeo Modigliani outside Montparnasse's Café de la Rotonde 1916.
"All colours will agree in the dark." - Francis Bacon (Head VI, 1948, Oil on canvas)
Vividly direct and coolly confident, this Frida Kahlo mural by AXE Colours recently appeared in New York City's East Village.
Top Norwegian artist Edvard Munch turned out this oil, tempera and pastel on cardboard version of 'The Scream' in 1893.
Enjoy the glamorous, warm, slightly hazy reception Henri Toulouse-Lautrec offers the viewer in 1899's oil on canvas 'At the Rat Mort.'
René Magritte toyed with the authenticity of ideas as never before in 'The Treachery of Images (This Is Not a Pipe)' of 1948.
Enjoy the puzzling Op Art patterns of this ever-shifting GIF by Bees & Bombs.
Pablo Picasso cartooned 'Catalan Woman' in 1911, the same year he was investigated and released by French police for stealing the Mona Lisa!
Istanbul-based street artist MET crouches before his apocalytic, double-visioned mural 'The End.'
In Andrei Robu's digitally made 'Brushstrokes', parti-coloured swaths of paint come wriggling alive and peel off their static, flat support.
In 'Melted Masterpieces Part I' artist and interior designer Ege Islekel hands art history over to our gritty, irreverent contemporary age.
Saatchi's exhibition exploring the entire world of Sefies is open over the whole of the holiday weekend, with free entry!
We love the golden majesty and acidic warmth of David Benjamin Sherry's 2011 c-print 'Soaring Yellow Morning Breath.'
Enjoy this drooping surreal shot from 'Still Optimisitc' a freshly-coloured collaborative series by LM Chabot and Gabrielle Laïla Tittley.
"Art is what you can get away with." - Andy Warhol (Diamond Dust Shoes (Lilac, Blue, Green), 1980, Screenprint and diamond dust on paper)
Dalí's 'The Persistence of Memory' is one of the most-liked images on Pictify! Start sharing your favourite works at pictify.saatchigallery.com
Get going this Monday with a jumpstart from this bouncy GIF by Rafael Verona.
Guang Hong Zhang's 'Light' series thrives on shadowplay, with hues of rose quartz, ocean blue and ink black amping up isolating feelings.