London Dada works 636/637; The Art Gallery as Art – Saatchi Gallery

Saatchi GalleryStaircases
( The Art Gallery as Art (1) )

c. Michael St.Mark 2013

6895166_bbdb836f16_l Saatchi Gallery stairs, lift and walkway
( the art gallery as art 2 )

c. Michael St.Mark 2013

First in a brand new series of London Dada works proposing parts of the art gallery as works of art in their own right. Here, top, a view of some intrigue from the staircase to LG level at Saatchi Gallery Sloane Square, through a  previously exterior / now interior window to an open plan staircase.
In the second work the clean lines and subtle hues and tones of the lift area along with absence of people in this often most crowded of galleries, lends intrigue.

The subtle element of digital image enhancement and abstract crop composition of the tasteful Duke of York barracks conversion/extensions at Saatchi Gallery cementing the works’ aesthetic appeal.

( Original concept “THE ART GALLERY AS ARTTM, by Michael St.Mark and Art Axis, 2012 )

Each work available in a signed limited edition of 50 fine art giclee prints, 20″ x 17″
Introductory early investment price, £290 unframed
Details of print sales options from the London Dada website home page

The Art we look at is made by only a select few. A small group create, promote, purchase, exhibit and decide the success of Art. Only a few hundred people in the world have any real say. When you go to an Art gallery you are simply a tourist looking at the trophy cabinet of a few multi-millionaires.”
– Banksy, 2005

1 thought on “London Dada works 636/637; The Art Gallery as Art – Saatchi Gallery

  1. Pingback: London Dada Work no. 833, The Art Gallery as Art VI – Towel Dispenser Triptych ( Saatchi Gallery ) | LONDON DADA

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