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Saatchi Gallery

 

About Saatchi Gallery

The Saatchi Gallery is a London gallery for contemporary art, opened by Charles Saatchi in 1985 in order to exhibit his collection to the public.

Today it occupies a large building in Chelsea and is home to regularly changing exhibitions, mostly for free with a few large paid exhibitions.

Many artists shown at the gallery are unknown not only to the general public but also to the commercial art world; showing at the gallery has provided a springboard to launch careers
 

Address

Saatchi Gallery,
Duke of York's HQ,
King's Road,
London,
SW3 4RY

Ticket prices

The gallery has a regularly changing range of exhibitions, each of which is priced separately.

There also usually some free exhibitions on most of the time - check their website listings for details.

Prices last checked July 2023.

Link to Saatchi Gallery's website

Opening Hours

The gallery is open daily from 10am to 6pm.

The last entry into the gallery is 5.20pm, and the last entry to ticketed exhibitions is 4.30pm.

Opening hours last checked July 2023.

Accessibility

The gallery is generally very accessible, but for full details, go here.
What's the nearest railway station to Saatchi Gallery

The nearest station is Sloane Square Tube Station which is 0.2 miles away.

News

Burtynsky industrial photos to fill the Outernet screens

Feb
22
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From fields to factories: Burtynsky’s haunting exploration of human industry at the Saatchi Gallery

Feb
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Nov
27
2023

UK’s largest Christo and Jeanne-Claude retrospective coming to the Saatchi Gallery

Sep
28
2023

Ukrainian folk artist Maria Prymachenko’s paintings on show in London for the first time

Jul
25
2023

Botanical art show blooms with delicate wonders at the Saatchi Gallery

Jun
20
2023

Saatchi Gallery filled with monumental photographs of humanity’s impact

Jun
06
2023

Saatchi Gallery fills its entire building with Street Art

Mar
02
2023

Street art exhibition coming to the Saatchi Gallery

Nov
24
2022

A feast of Tiffany diamonds has filled the Saatchi Gallery

Jun
15
2022

Tiffany archive coming to the Saatchi Gallery

May
14
2022

The RHS Botanical Art and Photography Show

Apr
19
2022

America in Crisis – Exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery

Jan
26
2022

Bob Marley exhibition coming to London

Nov
30
2021

Exhibition – JR’s prolific gigantic street art

Jun
07
2021

Exhibition Review: Tutankhamun comes to London

Nov
07
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Jul
15
2019

Tickets Alert: Tutankhamun tickets on sale soon

Apr
18
2019

Tutankhamun exhibition coming to London

Mar
01
2019

 

Exhibitions open at the moment

The Way of All Flesh
The Way of All Flesh beckons visitors to contemplate the ephemeral nature of existence, to gaze into the mirror of mortality, and to recognise the universal embrace of life’s impermanence.
The Way of All Flesh
10am to 6pm
Chelsea
Closing soon Sun, 3rd March
2024-01-13
2024-03-03
Everyday Monuments
Everyday Monuments showcases works by three emerging UK artists – Catriona Robertson, Jacob Talkowski and Alaric Hammond.
Everyday Monuments
10am to 6pm
Chelsea
Closing soon Sun, 10th March
2024-01-19
2024-03-10
BURTYNSKY: Extraction / Abstraction
This exhibition marks the largest exhibition ever mounted in the 40+ year career of world-renowned photographic artist, Edward Burtynsky.
BURTYNSKY: Extraction / Abstraction
10am to 6pm
Chelsea
Ends on Mon 6th May
2024-02-14
2024-05-06

Forthcoming events

As part of the ‘Burtynsky: Extraction/Abstraction’ exhibition, Saatchi Lates offer Art After Dark on selected Fridays.
2024-03-15
Friday, 15th Mar 6:30pm to 9pm
 
Chelsea
BURTYNSKY: Extraction / Abstraction -- LATES
Chelsea