Champagne Life

To mark its 30th anniversary, the Saatchi Gallery will open Champagne Life, the Gallery’s first all-women exhibition on 13th January 2016.

Julia Wachtel, saatchi gallery

Julia Wachtel
Champagne Life
2014

It’s set to be one of the most exciting exhibitions for 2016, and a major event on London’s cultural calendar. Above you can see American artist Wachtel’s painting Champagne Life which will be on show and has also given the show its title. How often we have wished that Kim and Kanye could be turned on their heads!

Stephanie Quayle, saatchi gallery

Stephanie Quayle
Two Cows
2013

Perhaps most excitingly, the exhibition is showcasing new and arresting work by 14 emerging, international female artists, reflecting on what it means to be a female artist working today – it is also the Gallery’s first all-women exhibition.

Alice Anderson, saatchi gallery

Alice Anderson
Bound
2011

UK artist Alice Anderson will have her incredible Bound on show. Visitors can walk around the thread and reel which is 3.5 m high.

Soheila Sokhanvari, saatchi gallery

Soheila Sokhanvari
Moje Sabz
2011

Iranian-born Sokhanvari creates taxidermied sculptures, which appeal to the literary genre of magic realism, in which ‘reality’ is punctured with fantastical events, revealing meanings more profound that naturalism could hope to do- we also like how fun they are!

The artists taking part are: Mequitta Ahuja (USA) | Alice Anderson (UK) | Maria Angeletti (France) | Jelena Bulajic (Serbia) | Julia Dault (Canada) | Mia Feuer (Canada) |Sigrid Holmwood (Australia) | Virgile Ittah (Paris) | Maha Malluh (Saudi Arabia) | Suzanne McClelland (USA) | Seung Ah Paik (Korea) | Stephanie Quayle (UK) |Soheila Sokhanvari (Iran) | Julia Wachtel (USA)

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