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New Saatchi Gallery's Exhibition Revealed

Kasper Kovitz, Carnalitos (Unamuno), 2010The  Saatchi Gallery is set to launch on 20th November what promises to be a ground-breaking exhibition around the concept of human body and its expressions. Body Language will feature the works of 19 emerging international artists who, with their own individuality, explore the human form across a range of media and perspectives, from social and political satire to latent eroticism.

After decades of  abstraction and conceptualism, Body Language is said to be the perfect demonstration that “the human body remains visual art’s best metaphor for how it feels to be alive”.

Jansson Stegner, Sarabande, 2006
 
It  will include works by Tanyth Berkeley, Amy Bessone, Michael Cline, Nicole Eisenman, Chantal Joffe, Kasper Kovitz, Makiko Kudo, Nathan Mabry, Eddie Martinez, Justin Matherly, Dana Schutz, Jansson Stegner, Henry Taylor, Denis Tarasov, Alexander Tinei, Francis Upritchard, Andra Ursuta, Helen Verhoeven and Marianne Vitale.
Laurie Guillem

 Body Language, Saatchi Gallery, London
20 November 2013 – 16 March 2014

 

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Written by Laurie Guillem

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