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Saatchi Gallery

Rules of opacity and impermanence are up for debate in Filippo Minelli's series 'Silence/ Shapes.'
Alexander Calder was born #otd in 1898! The zany movements of his kinetic art carries over to his 1945 gouache painting 'Yellow Tights.'
Heads up! Our #Selfexpression contest with @HuaweiMobileUK ends 23 July. Submit your top snaps @ buff.ly/2uiJH6o while you still can
Check out Bernard Pras' found object assemblage and ode in portraiture to David Bowie.
'From Selfie to Self-Expression' has been extended again! Explore our boundary-pushing exhibition with @HuaweiMobileUK before 6 September.
Stifling anxiety meets a splashy summertime colour scheme in this fluid GIF by Russian illustrator Andrey Kasay.
Van Gogh is the latest in Charles Saatchi’s series on his favourite masterpieces in the Daily Telegraph. telegraph.co.uk/art/artists/ch…
John Lisle designed this wicked cover for Missy Magazine by daydreaming over a 'modern witches' theme.
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec loved donning fancy dress for the camera. Maurice Guibert snapped him 'Dressed in Japanese Costume' in the 1890s.
One week to go! #SelfExpression ends 23 July. Fancy a new @HuaweiMobileUK phone & a solo show with us? Enter at buff.ly/2uv0LZz
“Are we to paint what’s on the face, what’s inside the face, or what’s behind it?” - Pablo Picasso (Head of a Woman with a Garland, 1937)
Enjoy Vincent van Gogh's spirited, tricoloured 'Auvers Town Hall, 14 July 1890.'
Take a long stroll with Peter Doig's 'House of Pictures', an oil on canvas composition he painted between 2000 and 2002.
Jeff Koons worked on a series of watercolour sketches before his monumental 'Seated Ballerina' plopped down outside Rockefeller Center.
SALON 002 Solo exhibition of Bram Bogart's expressionist works in conjunction w/ Vigo Gallery. Bram Bogart: Witte de Witte 12 July – 10 Sept
Frida Kahlo is the first of Charles Saatchi’s series on his favourite masterpieces in the Daily Telegraph. telegraph.co.uk/art/what-to-se…
Our #SelfExpression contest is on! Share snaps of your reality by 23 July to win @HuaweiMobileUK swag & a solo show! buff.ly/2sIgkbH
Giorgio de Chirico was born in Volos, Greece #otd in 1888! Let your mind wander within his 'Metaphysical Interior with Biscuits' of 1916.
Happy birthday, David Hockney! The thick, hot stillness of his birth month can be felt in the simplicity of 1967's 'A Lawn Being Sprinkled.'
Enjoy Joan Miró's raving mad 'Head of a Woman', painted in 1938.
Win big in our #SelfExpression contest! How's a new @HuaweiMobileUK phone and a solo show sound? Enter by 23 July at buff.ly/2sOPtPi
Ernesto Neto transforms stretchable fabric into seductive, unfathomable forms. Enjoy 2006's 'The Weight, the Body, the Moon and Love...Wow!'
Degenerative painter George Grosz died in Berlin #otd in 1959. We're saluting his Dada style that disturbed audiences with 1934's 'Ghosts.'
American Photorealist supreme Chuck Close was born #otd in 1940! He poses coolly here with his 'Big Self-Portrait' of 1968.
"A good artist has less time than ideas." - Martin Kippenberger (Portrait of Paul Schreber, 1994, Oil on canvas) #ArtistQuotes
This gritty, anatomically warped mixed media collage is one of thirteen from Kenyan artist Wangetchi Mutu's 2012 'Family Tree' series.
Keep that summer feeling going with Gabriel Orozco's temporal supermarket assemblage of 1992 'Cats and Watermelons.'
Ring in the lazy days of this new month with Fairfield Porter's 'July Interior', a contemporary realist composition from 1964.
Check out Zësar Bahamonte at work on his towering, tropically-coloured mural 'Charanga' Villaherreros, Spain.
Paul Klee died in Switzerland #otd in 1940. We're remembering his geometric style with 1927's 'Flora on Sand', made during his Bauhaus days.
Less than a week to go! Join us, @HuaweiMobileUK & an expert panel on 5/7 for a debate on selfie culture. Tickets at buff.ly/2tlB5xo
A rainbow of resin blocks engulfed the Gallery, seen in this installation shot of Rachel Whiteread's 'Untitled (One Hundred Spaces)' of 1995
Frank Stella painted his high-energy 'Marrakech' in 1964 using fluorescent alkyd on canvas.
Gary Hume's shiny close up of 'Michael' was finished in 2001 with gloss paint on an aluminum panel.
Electricity cracks above Walter de Maria's 'Lightning Field', a land art project built with steel poles across rural New Mexico in '77.
Happy birthday, Michelangelo Pistoletto! We're celebrating his conceptual take on Arte Povera with his 'Golden Venus of the Rags' of 1972.
"If there's a narrative, I want it in the flesh." - Jenny Saville (Host, 2000, Oil on canvas)
We're celebrating the Solstice with the eternal twilight of Albert Bloch's 1913 symbolist painting 'Summer Night.'
Check out this erratic two-tone still from Pipilotti Rist's 1986 video piece 'I'm Not the Girl Who Misses Much.'
Join us & @HuaweiMobileUK 5 July for #Me, My_Selfie and I, a forum on cultural effects of selfie mania. Tickets at: buff.ly/2tklMCo
Enjoy an appearance by Robert Mapplethorpe's greaser alter-ego in his 'Self-Portrait with Leather Jacket and Knife.'
Henri Matisse created his 1952 collage 'The Sorrow of the King' by hand-tinting scraps of paper with gouache and mounting them on canvas.
M.C. Escher was born in the Netherlands #otd in 1898! He studied himself meticulously in 1935's lithograph 'Hand with Reflecting Sphere.'
Lawrence Weiner helps make sense of the cresting and crashing rhythm of life with 2009's conceptual work 'Placed on the Tip of a Wave.'
Become a member of the Gallery for £12 & enjoy exclusive perks all year! For more info on benefits and extras click: buff.ly/2seZ2DI
We're remembering Expressionist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, who died #otd in 1938. His floridly direct 'Self-Portrait with Cat' dates from 1920.
Creamy tangerine heat radiates from Mark Rothko's oil on canvas 'No. 8' of 1952.
Bittersweet softness exudes from Martin Munkácsi's 1933 photograph of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera striking an intimate pose in Mexico.
Our new #SelfExpression contest with @HuaweiMobileUK celebrates a 'From Selfie to Self-Expression' encore! Enter at buff.ly/2tf5CJI
Austrian Expressionist and student of Klimt, Egon Schiele, was born #otd in 1890! Enjoy 'Self-Portrait with Black Vase and Spread Fingers.'
 
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