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Inside the Studio: Anna McNeil (United Kingdom)

Anna McNeil What are the major themes you pursue in your work? The major themes in my work evoke the human condition. For me, making painting is a way of reflecting on observed or lived experience and communicating that. Through my […]

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One to Watch: János Huszti (Hungary)

János Huszti is a Hungarian artist who received his BFA from the University of Pécs in 2005. Armed with a pared-down color...

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EnSoie’s Anna Meier Selects her Favorite Works on Saatchi Art

We’re thrilled to have Anna Meier, Creative Director of enSoie, handpick an exclusive collection of art as part of our ongoing Guest...

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One to Watch: Teiji Hayama (Switzerland)

Teiji Hayama is a Japanese artist living and working in Switzerland. He studied art and fashion at Central Saint Martins London...

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Inside the Studio: Wladimir Moszowski (Belgium)

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What are the major themes you pursue in your work? Both of my parents grew up in...

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One to Watch: Zin Lim (United States)

Zin Lim was born in Seoul, South Korea, and currently lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. He received a BFA...

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Transform Your Life with Design

Saatchi Art and Laurel & Wolf hosted a discussion on how to transform your life with design. Held at the historic Helms Bakery District and with cocktails sponsored...

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Congratulations to our The Painted World Winner, Runner-Up, and Finalists

We are happy to announce that judge Ryan Mosley has chosen Golnaz Afraz as the winner of The Painted World Showdown and Louise Giovanelli as the...

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One to Watch: Marie Elaine Lalonde (Canada)

Marie Elaine Lalonde is an emerging artist living and working in Montreal, Canada. She received her BA in visual and media...

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Inside the Studio: Cécile van Hanja (Netherlands)

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What are the major themes you pursue in your work? The most important theme in my...