Saatchi Online at FORM 08
Works by Mie Olise Kjaergaard and Maurizio Anzeri
Works by Whitney McVeigh (left) and Jim Coverley (right)
Works by Carla Busuttil
‘Family Album’ by Maurizio Anzeri
Works by (clockwise from top lefthand side) Boo Saville, Poppy Jones and Federico Gallo
Works by Hugh Mendes
SAATCHI ONLINE AT FORM 2008 28 FEBRUARY – 2 MARCH
Congratulations to all the Saatchi Online artists whose work was exhibited at the Saatchi Online stand at FORM 2008 which took place at Olympia in London last week. The response to the work of the artists in the exhibition – all London based – was extremely positive with many people saying the Saatchi Online stand was the strongest at the fair. Congratulations also to those artists who sold work at the fair – we sold 15 works in total by Maurizio Anzeri, Carla Busuttil, Alex Crocker, Poppy Jones, Mie Olise Kjaergaard, Sarah Douglas and Whitney McVeigh. We came very close to selling works by other artists and hope that the interested collectors will follow up with the artists directly. The work of these artists was sold free of any commission with the prices ranging from £400 to £3000. The artists who exhibited at FORM still have works available; if you are interested please contact the artists directly by going to their profile pages on Saatchi Online – the links are given below.
ARTISTS EXHIBITED AT FORM 2008
Please click on the links below to go to each artist’s profile page on Saatchi Online.
Alex Crocker, ‘Untitled (headless)’, 2007
ALEX CROCKER is currently doing an MA at the Royal College of Art, London. His work was shortlisted for the 2007 Celeste Art Prize.
Kelly Gardner, ‘Christening Gown With Keys’, 2006
KELLY GARDNER studied Fine Art at Bretton Hall, University of Leeds, gaining a First Class Honours Degree in 1998. In 2001 she completed an MA at The University of Central England in Birmingham.
Carla Busuttil, ‘I am the System’, 2007
CARLA BUSUTTIL was born in 1982 in South Africa and studied Fine Arts at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. She moved to London in 2005 and will complete a Postgraduate Diploma at the Royal Academy of Arts this year.
Mie Olise Kjaergaard, ‘Wolf’, 2008
MIE OLISE KJAERGAARD graduated from Central St Martin’s (Byam Shaw) in 2007. While finishing her MA, she was selected as one of the 4 finalists in the Saatchi Gallery and Channel 4’s graduate competition ‘4 New Sensations’. This February she is showing her work at Alexia Goethe Gallery in London, and in July she will have her first solo show at the Barbara Davis Gallery in Houston, Texas.
Whitney McVeigh, ‘Untitled’ from ‘Heads Series’, 2007
WHITNEY MCVEIGH studied at the Edinburgh College of Art. She is represented by Being 3 Gallery in Beijing, where she will have a solo show in late 2008. In March she will be exhibiting at The Gallery in London, with Belgian photographer Pascal Demeester.
Kelly McCallum, ‘Litter’, 2006
freeze-dried feotal pig with jewel beetle carapace and small jewel beetles in glass dome
KELLY MCCALLUM completed her MA in Fine Art at the Royal College of Art, London, in 2006. Her work has recently been shown during Men’s Fashion Week in Milan, at the Hillgate Gallery, London, and at Liberty’s of London.
Boo Saville, ‘First Hand’, 2008
Biro on paper
BOO SAVILLE studied painting at the Slade School of Fine Art, London between 2000-2004. Her first solo exhibition opens in April at Martin Summers Fine Art in London.
Rita Soromenho, ‘First Walk’, 2007
RITA SOROMENHO was born in Lisbon in 1977 and completed an MA in Photography at the LCC – University of the Arts London in 2007. She has exhibited her work at Kaunas 07 photography festival in Lithuania.
Jason Oddy, DINGFY VIII, Clintontown, Michigan, USA
JASON ODDY has recently had solo shows at Catalyst Arts, Belfast, and Photofusion, London. He has also had solo exhibitions at the Hug Gallery, Amsterdam, the Photographers’ Gallery, London, and the Frederieke Taylor Gallery in New York.
Federico Gallo, ’31 Masks’ (Goya), 2006
FEDERICO GALLO graduated from the London College of Communication in 2004 and is currently doing an MA in Communication Art at the Royal College of Art, London.
Poppy Jones, ‘Diorama: Mark’, 2007
POPPY JONES graduated in 2007 from Falmouth College of Arts in Cornwall with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art. In November 2007 she won the prestigious Lynn Painter-Stainers Young Artist Award (£2,500).
HUGH MENDES has an MA in Painting from the City and Guilds of London Art School. In 2007 he had a solo show at Sartorial Art, London, and his work was included in ‘The Future Can Wait’ at the Truman Brewery, London last October. His work will be in group shows this year at the Mark Moore Gallery, Los Angeles, and at the Changing Role Gallery in Rome. He will also have a major solo show at the Fishmarket Gallery, Northampton this year.
JULIE BENNETT is studying for a BA (Hons) in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art, London. Her work has been exhibited in various group shows, including ‘The Painting Room’ at Transition Gallery, London this year and ‘Notting Heaven’ at the Sartorial Gallery, London in 2007. She was labelled one of Saatchi Online’s new stars by the Independent in November 2006.
Maurizio Anzeri, ‘Enduring Seconds’
MAURIZIO ANZERI graduated in 2005 from the Slade School of Fine Art, London with an MA in Fine Art (Sculpture). In 2006 he had a solo show at Galleria Palladio, Lugano, and his work was exhibited his work at ArteFiera, Bologna. The January 2008 edition of Flash Art selected Anzeri as one of the top 100 young emerging artists.
SARAH DOUGLAS graduated in 2005 from the Royal College of Art, London with an MA in Painting (Distinction). Her work was shortlisted for the 2007 Jerwood Drawing Prize, and this year her paintings have been shown in two group shows in London (‘The Painting Room’ at the Transition Gallery and ‘Tipping Point’ at Purdy Hicks.)
HANNAH DAKIN completed her MA in Photography at the London College of Communication – University of the Arts London in November 2007, and is working towards a solo exhibition in autumn 2008.
GARETH CADWALLADER graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from the Slade School of Fine Art, London in 2004.
JIM COVERLEY graduated in 2001 from the Royal Academy Schools of Arts in London with a PGDip Fine Art (Sculpture), Distinction. In 2003 he was awarded the Sharjah International Biennial Prize. He had his first solo show in Paris in January 2008 at Schirman & de Beaucé Gallery, and in 2007 was in group shows at the Ashwin Street Gallery, London, and at the Royal Academy (with Kiki Smith).
BETHANY MURRAY graduated in 2007 with an MA in Fine Art (Distinction) from Central Saint Martins, London. Her work is currently on view at the Royal Hibernian Academy and Monster Truck Gallery, Dublin.