There really is an abundance of fascinating and thought-provoking exhibitions at Saatchi this month. Have you caught Bob Marley: One Love yet? Tickets can be booked here to avoid disappointment.
And, for that perfect post-supper activity, on 18th March Saatchi will be keeping its doors open until 9pm for Saatchi Lates to catch America in Crisis (without the crowds). Find out more here.
From 3-27 March, Synthesis will be on display; a multifaceted and impressive collection of works by an exciting heterogenous group of artists. Free entry and pre-booking not required means that there’s no excuse for a whiz round to discover a host of new names for your walls.
Towards the end of the month, Korean artist Lee Choun Hwan arrives with Rooted Island, bringing his series of paintings celebrating the captivating and engaging Korean landscape. Free to attend, find out how to join Lee on his ongoing explorations of his hometown here.
For the green-fingered, avid-gardener and appreciative botanist, RHS Botanical Art & Photography Show will return in April, following last year’s tremendous success. Whilst free to attend for Saatchi Gallery Members and RHS Members, we encourage you to book soon to avoid disappointment. Competing for a coveted RHS Medal, Saatchi will be displaying a global roster of talented artists and spectacular botanical artwork and photography. The Spectator wrote that “Botanical painting does not need to be twee and parochial. It can be as vibrant and interesting as narrative, as this new exhibition proves” – this is going to be a hit and we can’t wait! More info here.
More gripping shows and exhibitions at Saatchi this spring to come – check them out here. #SaatchiGallery
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