Choosing the photos to form this post was a difficult task for me. What with the Saatchi gallery being filled to the brim with incredible art and not wanting to be a complete spoiler and show you it all, this is what I managed to cut it down to.
Never heard of the Saatchi Gallery? I guess you could say it’s fairly new, I believe around 30 years old. I’d wanted to go for quite a while and when I heard about their new exhibition ‘Champagne Life’, I could think of no better reason for a quick visit. This exhibition is an all female exhibition meaning that everything created in it was created by women and I believe this is the first all female exhibition there’s been.
Unbeknown to me at the time, the gallery is situated near some beautiful shops and as I’m sure you can imagine, I did a fair bit of shopping too (which made the whole experience just that tiny bit better).
In terms of art, this gallery is breathtaking. I love an old art gallery – don’t get me wrong, but the modern twist to the Saatchi makes it fresh and gives it that slight edge. This trip has helped to inform and inspire my own art and I look forward to visiting again when another exhibition arrives!
If you’re into art or happen to be passing by (the nearest station is Sloane Square), then I 100% recommend you pop in for a look – you won’t be disappointed!