70,000 square feet of stunning space housing Britain's finest new art, including shows by the Chapman Brothers, Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst and other leading young British artists.
Saatchi Gallery reviews
Great place! 'Good' art, 'Bad' art? WTF?
by ICON, 08 Apr 2008
Overrated - just as expected from an advertising man.
by now_voyager (13 reviews
), 10 Jul 2007
Many of the works didn't appeal to me but I took the time to appreciate them, as the artists at least deserve that - everyone has their own unique style! What caught my eye was the room full of oil. What an imagination! I give credit to the artist that came up with that idea. Nice architecture on the building too.
by Claire Carter, 16 May 2007
When I was in London we made sure that we visited this gallery and it was amazing. I really enjoyed the Saatchi Gallery, my favorite was the room full of oil.
by Anonymous, 29 Sep 2005
Some of the exhibits were interesting. Some of the visitors were trying too hard to be cool..
by opportunist69 (4 reviews
), 13 Sep 2005
Shocked I'm saying it but old Saatchi deserves a break here. I think the building isn't suited for the purpose and he charges far too much to go in, but a great deal of the collection is very deserving of praise even if, like me, you tend to yawn at the thought of another Damien Hirst.
I think the space is poor (hence the 2) but that's where the criticism stops.
by Anonymous, 27 Apr 2005
Fantastic building. Not so impressed by the art.
by Anonymous, 05 Apr 2005
I went to the Saatchi Gallery this summer I thought it was gr8!!! Very interesting even though I'm only 13.
My parents found the frozen blood and Damien Hirst pieces rather sickening but I found them inspiring and beautiful. Rosie xxx age 13.
by Anonymous, 16 Dec 2004
Totally unsuitable for children. Many pornographic exhibits. Brings to mind the Emperor's New Clothes, everyone amazed at something that's not there. About one percent can be honestly called art - the rest is self-serving trash.
by siobhan (5 reviews
), 27 Nov 2004
A Brit art wank fest. Uncool Britannia.
by Anonymous, 22 Apr 2004
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