The latest exhibition at Saatchi Gallery is a personal reflection on contemporary societal issues. Mouna Rebeiz explores the tension between trash and beauty and how they coexist as one in art, looking at the techniques of both the Great Masters and applied art. Rebeiz’s second solo exhibition in London will be on display from 31 May – 3 June and consist of 17 works, including digital and melodic installations.
To coincide with this thought-provoking display, and in support of ‘Innocence In Danger’, internally acclaimed designers and artists have produced unique and precious objects from ceramic piggy-banks. On top of a silent auction, where you are able to purchase ones of these yourself (click here) selected number of these will be auctioned by Sotheby’s on the opening night. Designers include names you will recognise; Emilio Pucci, Giuseppe Zanotti, Jimmy Choo, Lanvin, Swarovski and Zaha Hadid to name a few.
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