On 2 June, the Saatchi Gallery will open its largest show since moving to Chelsea in 2008. Entitled Newspeak: British Art Now, the exhibition will feature some of the most exciting artists to have emerged in the UK in the last few years who are still largely unknown in the wider art world.
Through sculpture, painting, photography and installation, the artists explore issues such as class, consumerism and the phenomenon of instant success culture, often with a distinctly British dry wit.
British Art Now features a selection of works by Hurvin Anderson, Karla Black, Pablo Bronstein, Steven Claydon, William Daniels, Matthew Darbyshire, Tim Ellis, Anne Hardy, Sigrid Holmwood, Iain Hetherington, Scott King, Alastair MacKinven, Goshka Macuga, Rupert Norfolk, Mark Pearson, Peter Peri, Ged Quinn, Clunie Reid, Barry Reigate, Daniel Silver, Fergal Stapleton, Clare Stephenson, Phoebe Unwin and John Wynne.
A must see, and I’m sure a great inspiration to all ‘artoholics’ and people with creative minds.