Saatchi Online Weekly Top 10 Chosen By Ben Street Feb 28 – Mar 6, 2011

Gemma L Amor
Hannes Ulhenhaut
Stuart Gibson
Anka Dabrowska
Leah Oates
Jack Rushton
Kim O’Neil
Cristina Palacios
Beth Shapeero
Peter Hildebrand

About the author

Ben Street is an Art History teacher, gallery educator and freelance curator based in London. He is a lecturer at the National Gallery and has been a gallery educator at the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum, New York, the Hayward Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Courtauld Gallery, London. He writes on contemporary art for Art21, Artnet and Art Review and has written catalogue essays for galleries in Antwerp, Dublin and London. He leads regular art-historical excursions to northern Italy for Art History Abroad. Ben is currently involved with a new art space in north-west London, Intervention Gallery, for which he co-curated the group exhibition 'Fine Things to be Seen'. Ben's collected writings can be found on his blog, here:


  1. Thumbs up for the”bed installation” by Gibson, arguably, beds have been done to bits in installation art. But this one I liked better than most… text, blood or neon lights in this one.. just plain and simple…

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