25 September 2010

NEWSPEAK: BRITISH ART NOW at the Saatchi Gallery

Over the weekend i had a look through part one of the Saatchi gallery's Newspeak: British Art Now exhibition. The exhibition showcases the best of a new generation of contemporary British artists, who are begining to emerging on the world art scene. Located just off the Kings road it's one of my favourite places in London to unwind on a Sunday afternoon.

Below is a selection of some of my prefered art pieces;
Scott King artwork screenprint and paint on canvas. Titled Pink Cher, it was created in 2008 and exhibited at the Newspeak: British Art Now
Barry Reigate artwork Acrylic, oils, oil pastel, pencil, crayon, collage, wrapping paper, spray paint, varnish, gloss paint, wax, charcoal, marker pen, and paintbrush on canvas. Titled Voracious Impotent Penis , it was created in 2009 and exhibited at the Newspeak: British Art Now
Pablo Bronstein artwork in Ink, ink wash, gouache and pencil on paper in artist's frame. Titled Relocation of temple bar, it was created in 2009 and exhibited at the Newspeak: British Art Now
Tim Ellis various pieces exhibited at the Newspeak: British Art Now
I'm particularly looking forward to part 2 of the exhibition as it features two of my favourite artists, Tessa Farmer and Henrijs Preiss. One of the great things about the Saatchi gallery is that they allow photography within the space, so for those of you who want to see more pictures from the show i have a flickr set here.

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