Black Mirror: Art as social satire showing at the Saatchi Gallery

Black Mirror: Art as social satire showing at the Saatchi Gallery


showing until 13th January 2019

Image shows Spray paint on found poster by Simon Bedwell
Untitled (Brains)  2003 79.2 x 59.5 cm

Ever seen a taxidermy goat clinging onto a life-size J'Adore cast concrete perfume bottle? Or lumps of worthless coal elevated into covetable commodities? Well, now you can. Reflect on the murky truths of modern life as the Saatchi Gallery showcases the satirical impact of art. 

Black Mirror is a major new exhibition bringing together works from 26 contemporary artists in order to interrogate the relationship between political unrest and creativity. The collection of collages, caricatures, paintings, photography and installation, spanning all three floors of the Saatchi Gallery, sparks with light relief and delves deeper into thought-provoking social commentary........

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