Saatchi Gallery’s Kaleidoscope: A Preview

Robb Report’s highlights of a London exhibition with a reflective masterpiece as its focal point

The UK’s biggest kaleidoscope, a dazzling (if disorienting) piece by British artist Laura Buckley, is just one of the pieces on display when the exhibition named after it opens at the Chelsea gallery on 15th March.

Works by nine of the world’s most exciting contemporary artists – including Florence Hutchings,  Mia Feuer  Tillman Kaiser  and Whitney Bedford  – working across a variety of mediums, will explore the concept of distortion through a selection of vibrant works.

Here are some of our favourite pieces – as well as a few more glimpses of Buckley’s beguiling, eponymous masterpiece.

Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 4RY (saatchigallery.com)

Laura Buckley’s Fata Morgana

Florence-Hutchings-The-Window-Sill 

 

Mia Feuers’ Dog Sled 

 

Peter Linde-Busk’s I’ve Got No Expectations to Pass Through Here Again 

 

Pierre Carreau’s 2218 

 

Benedetto Pietromarchi’s Pelican Bay 

 

Tillman Kaiser’s City Of The Weak Heart 

 

Tom Howse’s A Glimpse Into The Future Is Best Left Unseen  Stu Hirst

 

Whitney Bedford’ -Untitiled (Encontros E Despendidas) 

 

 

 

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