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In 2010, Paul Harvey's painting of Charles Saatchi was banned from the window display of the Artspace Gallery in Maddox Street, London, on the grounds that it was " too controversial for the area ".
The Saatchi Gallery said that Saatchi " would not have any problem " with the painting's display.
In 2004 outside the launch of The Triumph of Painting at the Saatchi Gallery they wore tall hats with Charles Saatchi's face emblazoned and carried placards claiming that Saatchi had copied their ideas.
Previous Saatchi Gallery shows had included such major figures as Warhol, Guston, Alex Katz, Serra, Kiefer, Polke, Richter and many more.
In Britain, the rise to prominence of the Young British Artists ( YBAs ) after the 1988 Freeze show, curated by Damien Hirst, and subsequent promotion of the group by the Saatchi Gallery during the 1990s, generated a media backlash, where the phrase " conceptual art " came to be a term of derision applied to much contemporary art.
In October 2004 the Saatchi Gallery told the media that " painting continues to be the most relevant and vital way that artists choose to communicate.
* 1991: Charles Saatchi funds Damien Hirst and the next year in the Saatchi Gallery exhibits his The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, a shark in formaldehyde in a vitrine.
John Murphy, Avis Newman, Paula Rego, The Saatchi Gallery, London
Saatchi Gallery, London
In 2005, he was one of the artists exhibited in part 1 of The Triumph of Painting at the Saatchi Gallery in London.
* Saatchi Gallery
In 1991, Charles Saatchi had offered to fund whatever artwork Hirst wanted to make, and the result was showcased in 1992 in the first Young British Artists exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in North London.
In 2000, Hirst's sculpture Hymn ( which Saatchi had bought for a reported £ 1m ) was given pole position at the show Ant Noises ( an anagram of " sensation ") in the Saatchi Gallery.
In April 2003, the Saatchi Gallery opened at new premises in County Hall, London, with a show that included a Hirst retrospective.
A Thousand Years was admired by Bacon, who in a letter to a friend a month before he died, wrote about the experience of seeing the work at the Saatchi Gallery in London.
* Young British Artists – Saatchi Gallery, London ( featuring Damien Hirst's The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living )
The Saatchi Gallery opened in the main building in 2008.
There is also a suite of exhibition rooms which was home to the Saatchi Gallery from 2003 to 2006, and is now home for the London Film Museum.
On October 21, 2005, the High Court of England and Wales upheld a bid by the owners of the building, Shirayama Shokusan, to have the Saatchi Gallery evicted on grounds of violating its contract, particularly using space outside of the rented area for exhibits.

Saatchi and Additional
* Saatchi Gallery Additional information on Jenny Saville including artworks, articles, text panels and full biography
* Saatchi Gallery Additional information on Yasumasa Morimura including artworks, articles, text panels and full biography

Saatchi and information
* Further information, images and texts from the Saatchi Gallery
* The Saatchi Gallery-Martin Kippenberger, Gallery In London with images, information, text and biography about Martin Kippenberger

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In 2003 they reported Charles Saatchi to the UK Office of Fair Trading, complaining that he had an effective monopoly on art.
On 15 April, the OFT closed the file on the case on the basis that Saatchi was not " in a dominant position in any relevant market.
Also on the board are Tory MPs Virginia Bottomley and Richard Shepherd, as well as Lord Saatchi and Lady Howe '.
Saatchi put on a series of shows called " Young British Artists " starting in 1992, when a noted exhibit was Damien Hirst's " shark " ( The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living ), which became the iconic work of British art in the 1990s, and the symbol of Britart worldwide.
The parent company of the agency group was known as Saatchi & Saatchi PLC from 1976 to 1994, was listed on the London Stock Exchange until 2000 and for a time, was a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.
2006 – In association with the Guardian newspaper, opened the first ever reader-curated exhibition, showing the work of 10 artists registered on Saatchi Online.
Other sections on Saatchi Online include ; chat, a daily art magazine, a forum, written and video blogs, as well as sections for street art, photography and illustration.
Other spaces on Saatchi Online including a forum, live chat, blogs, videos, photography and illustration.
" The editor-in-chief of the New York Art & Auction magazine, Bruce Wolmer, said: " When the row eventually fades the only smile will be on the face of Charles Saatchi, a master self-promoter.
* Images of Duane Hanson works posted on the Saatchi Gallery, UK, website
* Marcus Harvey on the Saatchi Gallery web site
This bestowed some instant notoriety on Turk, whose work was collected by Charles Saatchi.
* Gavin Turk on BBC4, discussing the impact of Charles Saatchi on the modern art world
Jenny Saville, Torso2, 2004, oil on canvas, 360cm x 294cm, Saatchi Gallery
In 2003, Charles Saatchi launched an attack on the concept of the white wall gallery, calling it " antiseptic " and a " time warp ... dictated by museum fashion ".
In 2009, his painting of Charles Saatchi was banned from the window display of the Artspace Gallery in Maddox Street, London, on the grounds that it was " too controversial for the area ".
The exhibition attracted large audiences, including Charles Saatchi, who bought two of the three works on show.

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On 24 May 2004, a fire in a storage warehouse destroyed many works from the Saatchi collection, including, it is believed, some by Whiteread.
To stage Modern Medicine they raised £ 1, 000 sponsorships from artworld figures including Charles Saatchi.
On 24 May 2004, a fire in a storage warehouse destroyed some important works from the Saatchi collection, including the Chapman Brothers ' Hell and Tracey Emin's " tent ", Everyone I Have Ever Slept With 1963 – 1995.
In 2000, the studio was bought by a consortium including advertising executive and art collector Charles Saatchi.
On 24 May 2004, a fire in a storage warehouse destroyed many works from the Saatchi collection, including three by Caulfield.
On 24 May 2004, a fire in a storage warehouse destroyed many works from the Saatchi collection including Hell.
On 24 May 2004, a fire in the Momart storage warehouse destroyed many works from the Saatchi collection, including 17 of Hirst's, although the sculpture Charity survived, as it was outside in the builder's yard.
On October 6, 2005, a court case began, brought by the owners and landlord of County Hall, the Shirayama Shokusan Company and Cadogan Leisure Investments, against Danovo ( Saatchi was its majority shareholder ), trading as the Saatchi Gallery, for alleged breach of conditions, including a two-for-one ticket offer in Time Out magazine and exhibition of work in unauthorized areas.
1997 – Opens Sensation: Young British Art from the Saatchi Gallery at the Royal Academy featuring 42 artists including The Chapman Brothers, Marcus Harvey, Damien Hirst, Ron Mueck, Jenny Saville, Sarah Lucas & Tracey Emin.
Today the district still houses several major advertising agencies including Saatchi & Saatchi and TBWA as well as Fallon, Dare Digital and Target Media Group.
In November 2004, in an interview in The Art Newspaper, Charles Saatchi said that the previous year he had phoned Serota and offered to donate his entire £ 200m collection to the Tate, including key works by Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Sarah Lucas and other Young British Artists, which the Tate was in need of but lacked funds to buy.
Hirst had already sold a number of works to the influential collector Charles Saatchi, but Jopling enabled the artist to realise more ambitious projects including the sculpture ' The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living ' and more recently the diamond skull ' For the Love of God '.
Lucas ’ s work has been included in major surveys of new British art in the last decade including Brilliant !— New Art From London at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, in 1995, Sensation ( Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection at the Royal Academy in 1997 ), and Intelligence — New British Art, 2000, at Tate Britain.
Charles Saatchi and some consequential clients would soon follow including Gallaher Group, Mirror Newspapers, the retailer Dixons and after a competitive pitch, British Airways and its part subsidiary Qantas as well as the Conservative Party, for whom they made the infamous New Labour, New Danger adverts.
Work by the artist is held in the public collections of various museums, including the ARKEN Museum for Moderne Kunst, Copenhagen ; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago ; Bawag Foundation, Vienna ; Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, The Netherlands ; Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh ; Centraal Museum, Utrecht ; Centre Pompidou, Paris ; Centro de Artes Visuales Helga de Alvear, Caceres, Spain ; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas ; De Ateliers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands ; The Flemish Ministry of Culture, Brussels, Belgium ; Fonds Regional d ’ Art Contemporain Picardie, Amiens, France ; Gemeentemuseum, Arnhem, The Netherlands ; Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague ; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston ; South African National Gallery, Cape Town ; Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg ; Joods Historisch Museum, Amsterdam ; Kasteel Wijlre / Hedge House, Wijlre, The Netherlands ; Krannert Art Museum and Kinhead Pavilion, Champaign, Illinois ; Kunsthalle zu Kiel der Christian-Albrecths-Universität, Kiel, Denmark ; Lieve Van Gorp Foundation for Women Artists, Antwerp, Belgium ; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles ; Museum De Pont, Tilburg, The Netherlands ; Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt ; Museum het Domein, Sittard, The Netherlands ; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles ; Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo ; The Museum of Modern Art, New York ; Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, Antwerp, Belgium ; Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem, The Netherlands ; Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art ; Nasher Museum of Art, Durham ; Paleis Vught, Vught, The Netherlands ; Saatchi Gallery, London ; Scheringa Museum voor Realisme, Spanbroek, The Netherlands ; Staatsgalerie Moderner Kunst, Munich, Germany ; Stadsgalerij Heerlen, Heerlen, The Netherlands ; Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands ; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands ; Stedelijk Museum, Gouda, The Netherlands ; Stedelijk Museum De Lakenhal, Leiden, The Netherlands ; Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, Schiedam, The Netherlands ; Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium ; Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands ; Tate Modern, London, England ; and ZKM Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe.
He held various positions out of college including sports management and marketing at ProServ and Lapin and Rose Communications, advertising at Saatchi and Saatchi and was an executive producer at CBS Sportsline.
The subject of over 200 solo exhibitions and nearly 500 group shows internationally, Katz has since been honoured with numerous retrospectives at museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York ; Brooklyn Museum, New York ; the Jewish Museum, New York ; the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin ; Colby College Museum of Art, Maine ; Staaliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden ; Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga and the Saatchi Gallery, London ( 1998 ).

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