Painters’ Painters — at the Saatchi Gallery

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Painters' Painters is all about the artists of today who inspire the artists of tomorrow.

It brings together the work of nine artists who have been undeterred by the gradual decline in interest of painting, as galleries are attracted by a myriad of other media and technologies. Painting seems to be out of favour with many curators these days, but here's an exhibition of works by artists who are proving to be an inspiration to a younger generation.

The exhibition features the work of Richard Aldrich, David Brian Smith, Dexter Dalwood, Raffi Kalenderian, Ansel Krut, Martin Maloney, Bjarne Melgaard, Ryan Mosley and David Salle.

 

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