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The Saatchi Gallery

Listed under Art Collections in London, United Kingdom.

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The Saatchi Gallery in London focuses on displaying contemporary art by many unknown artists. This gallery tries to introduce new ideas into the art world and is often the source of discovering new artists. The exhibitions often run in phases, focusing only on art from a certain culture or type of style. Although the gallery focuses on unknown artists, there are still some famous pieces in the Saatchi Gallery – for example Paula Rego's 'The Family'. The gallery has had many different locations around London and is currently in the process of moving to Chelsea. It is set to open again in early 2008.

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