Summer at the Saatchi

Summer at the Saatchi

Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York Square, London SW3 4RY
Monday, 5 June 2023 – Sunday, 17 September 2023
Free Admission

The Saatchi Gallery has announced its summer programme, a series of four must-see exhibitions that will have you coming back to the Gallery time, and time again.


2 June – 17 September. A landmark exhibition that tracks the visual threads of humanity and our extraordinarily complex life across the globe through the works of 150 of the world’s most accomplished photographers. Featuring many never-before-seen images, the show celebrates the diverse material and spiritual cultures that make up global societies today, spanning Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and the Americas. Tickets from £10, Saatchi Gallery Members go free.

RHS Botanical Art & Photography Show 2023

16 June – 9 July. Returning for its third year, book tickets to experience a showcase of new works by leading botanical artists and photographers. Works have been meticulously selected, reviewed by an expert judging panel prior to the show opening, with artists awarded RHS Gold, Silver-Gilt, Silver and Bronze medals as well as special awards including ‘Best Botanical Art Exhibit’ and ‘Judge’s Special Award’.  Showing artists from across the globe, works depict plants of ecological importance, including English seaweed and Scottish lichens, Australian Algae, endangered plants of Korea and wildflowers of Greece. Heritage garden blooms are also featured, alongside images of fruit and medicinal herbs. With photography from amateurs and professionals alike, the photographic subjects and styles range from RHS garden landscapes to the gardeners found working in quiet unity within the temple gardens of Kyoto. Tickets from £5, Saatchi Gallery and RHS Members go free. Book here.

Andrew Millar: Hidden Visions

7 June – 16 July. A solo exhibition by British artist, Andrew Millar with pieces inspired by qualities in nature which are constantly in flux. The works represent symbolic moments of stillness and rhythmic movement which will invite you to explore the living element of the exhibition. Free to attend and no booking required.

Want the World to Know by Michael Forbes

21 July – 28 August. A showcase of new works by Nottingham-based artist Michael Forbes; a mix of sculpture, installation, photography and digital media that explores themes of racial politics, migration, history and religion through a lens that challenges us to examine the dichotomy of blackness and whiteness. Free to attend and no booking required.

Find out more about the Saatchi Gallery, what’s on and how to book here

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