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5 Museums to Visit in Europe

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Musee Du Louvre, Paris: Without a doubt one of Europe ‘s finest and most prestigious museums, and the world’s largest museum, situated in the romantic setting of the right bank of the river Seine, once housed the Louvre Palace, and it wasn’t until Louis XIV decided to move the permanent Royal residence to the Palace of… Read more »

5 Exhibitions to see in London right now:

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London is home to some of the world’s finest art galleries, from the National Gallery, to the Tate Modern, to the street art found round every corner, this city offers artistic creations to tantalise even the most un-interested minds. Here are 5 of the best to get started with: The Wallace Collection: Housed in Hertford… Read more »

Charles Saatchi gives gallery to nation

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In July 2010, Charles Saatchi announced he would be donating the Saatchi Gallery and over 200 works of art to the British public. One of the most visited art museums in the world, The Saatchi Gallery was opened in 1985 to exhibit the art that Saatchi had collected and went on to showcase the talents… Read more »

Charles Saatchi & The Saatchi Gallery

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First opened in 1985 by Charles Saatchi to exhibit his personal collection, The Saatchi Gallery has garnered unprecedented acclaim and media scrutiny over the past three decades. Originally housed on Boundary Road in North London, Saatchi’s first exhibition showcased primarily the works of modern American artists, with works from Andy Warhol, Donald Judd and Cy… Read more »

Charles Saatchi and the evolution of Young British Artists

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In the 1990s, art collector and advertising guru Charles Saatchi shifted his gaze and began to focus on the British talent emerging from the art world. Already a collector of Warhol, Katz and Kiefer amongst others, Saatchi’s new attraction would become the fuel that projected some of the most highly regarded contemporary British artists into… Read more »