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Saatchi Gallery to Open at New London Site With Chinese Artists

Jul 10, 2008 By Mark Beech
The Saatchi Gallery has set Oct. 9 as the date for its opening in the Duke of York's Headquarters building on King's Road, London, where its first exhibition will feature contemporary Chinese artworks.

"The Revolution Continues: New Art From China" will include works by 30 leading painters, sculptors and installation artists, said an e-mailed release today from the gallery's publicists Freud Communications.

The gallery, founded by advertising executive Charles Saatchi, has been based in North London, the South Bank of the River Thames and now Chelsea. Over two decades, it has showcased work by more than 150 artists such as Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons.

Free admission to all shows has been made possible through the gallery's corporate partnership with auction house Phillips de Pury & Company, the e-mailed news release said.

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