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RTR15667
April 15, 2003
British photographer David Bailey (L) and his wife Catherine Bailey arrive
for the opening of the new...
United Kingdom
BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID BAILEY ARRIVES FOR THE OPENING OF THE NEW
SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.
British photographer David Bailey (L) and his wife Catherine Bailey arrive
for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003.
Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract
up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in
the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's
government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past
two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost
single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and
Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLULC
April 15, 2003
British actress Lesley Ash (L), her husband Lee Chapman (R) and their son
(unidentified) arrive for...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH ACTRESS LESLEY ASH AND HER FAMILY ARRIVE FOR OPENING OF NEW
SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.
British actress Lesley Ash (L), her husband Lee Chapman (R) and their son
(unidentified) arrive for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London,
April 15, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which
hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of
the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat
of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over
the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and
almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst
and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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RTRLUL6
April 15, 2003
Model Marie Helvin arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in
London, April 15, 2003. Millionaire...
United Kingdom
MODEL MARIE HELVIN ARRIVES FOR THE OPENING OF THE NEW SAATCHI GALLERY IN
LONDON.
Model Marie Helvin arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in
London, April 15, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery,
which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the
banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall,
the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59
has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces
and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien
Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLUKV
April 15, 2003
British photographer David Bailey (L) and his wife Catherine Bailey arrive
for the opening of the new...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID BAILEY ARRIVES FOR THE OPENING OF THE NEW
SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.
British photographer David Bailey (L) and his wife Catherine Bailey arrive
for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003.
Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract
up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in
the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's
government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past
two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost
single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and
Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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RTRLUKP
April 15, 2003
British actress Miranda Richardson arrives for the opening of the new
Saatchi Gallery in London, April...
United Kingdom
BRITISH ACTRESS MIRANDA RICHARDSON ARRIVES FOR THE OPENING OF THE NEW
SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.
British actress Miranda Richardson arrives for the opening of the new
Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new
BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is
housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of
County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The
reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of
more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of
British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

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RTRLUKI
April 15, 2003
British artist Tracey Emin arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi
Gallery in London, April 15, 2003....
United Kingdom
BRITISH ARTIST TRACEY EMIN ARRIVES FOR THE OPENING OF THE NEW SAATCHI
GALLERY IN LONDON.
British artist Tracey Emin arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi
Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt
gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed
on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County
Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive
Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than
2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British
artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

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RTRLUKC
April 15, 2003
Volunteers pose naked for U.S. artist Spencer Tunick's installation during
the opening of the new Saatchi...
United Kingdom
Volunteers pose naked for U.S. artist Spencer Tunick's installation during
the opening of the new Saatchi...
Volunteers pose naked for U.S. artist Spencer Tunick's installation during
the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003.
Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract
up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in
the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's
government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past
two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost
single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and
Tracy Emin. PP03040041 PP03040054 ODLY REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid
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ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLUK5
April 15, 2003
British culinary personality Nigella Lawson arrives for the opening of the
new Saatchi Gallery in London,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH NIGELLA LAWSON ARRIVES FOR THE OPENING OF THE NEW SAATCHI
GALLERY IN LONDON.
British culinary personality Nigella Lawson arrives for the opening of the
new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's
new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a
year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous
halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The
reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of
more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of
British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

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ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLUJY
April 15, 2003
British culinary personality Nigella Lawson arrives for the opening of the
new Saatchi Gallery in London,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH NIGELLA LAWSON ARRIVES FOR THE OPENING OF THE NEW SAATCHI
GALLERY IN LONDON.
British culinary personality Nigella Lawson arrives for the opening of the
new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's
new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a
year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous
halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The
reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of
more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of
British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

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ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLUJS
April 15, 2003
British model Sophie Anderton arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi
Gallery in London, April 15,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH MODEL SOPHIE ANDERTON ARRIVES FOR THE OPENING OF THE NEW SAATCHI
GALLERY IN LONDON.
British model Sophie Anderton arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi
Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt
gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed
on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County
Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive
Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than
2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British
artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

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HELVIN
RTXLWEB
April 14, 2003
Model Marie Helvin arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. [Millionaire...
London, UK
Model Marie Helvin arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. [M.....
Model Marie Helvin arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. [Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
BAILEY
RTXLWEA
April 14, 2003
British photographer David Bailey (L) and an unidentified guest arrive for the opening of the new Saatchi...
London, UK
British photographer David Bailey (L) and an unidentified guest arrive for the opening of the new Sa.....
British photographer David Bailey (L) and an unidentified guest arrive for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. [Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
SHOWBIZ
RTXLWE9
April 14, 2003
British actress Lesley Ash (L), her husband Lee Chapman (R) and their son (unidentified) arrive for the...
London, UK
British actress Lesley Ash (L), her husband Lee Chapman (R) and their son (unidentified) arrive for .....
British actress Lesley Ash (L), her husband Lee Chapman (R) and their son (unidentified) arrive for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. [Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
BAILEY
RTXLWE8
April 14, 2003
British photographer David Bailey (L) and an unidentified guest arrive for the opening of the new Saatchi...
London, UK
British photographer David Bailey (L) and an unidentified guest arrive for the opening of the new Sa.....
British photographer David Bailey (L) and an unidentified guest arrive for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. [Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
RICHARDSON
RTXLWE7
April 14, 2003
British actress Miranda Richardson arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April...
London, UK
British actress Miranda Richardson arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, Apr.....
British actress Miranda Richardson arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. [Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
TUNICK
RTXLWE6
April 14, 2003
Volunteers pose naked for U.S. artist Spencer Tunick's installation during the opening of the new Saatchi...
London, UK
Volunteers pose naked for U.S. artist Spencer Tunick's installation during the opening of the new Sa.....
Volunteers pose naked for U.S. artist Spencer Tunick's installation during the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. [Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
LAWSON
RTXLWE5
April 14, 2003
British culinary personality Nigella Lawson arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London,...
London, UK
British culinary personality Nigella Lawson arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in Lo.....
British culinary personality Nigella Lawson arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. [Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
LAWSON
RTXLWE3
April 14, 2003
British culinary personality Nigella Lawson arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London,...
London, UK
British culinary personality Nigella Lawson arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in Lo.....
British culinary personality Nigella Lawson arrives for the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 15, 2003. [Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59 has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
HIRST
RTXLW8B
April 14, 2003
Damien Hirst's "Spot Mini", a car covered in coloured spots, frozen as it lurches down a baroque staircase,...
London, UK
Damien Hirst's "Spot Mini", a car covered in coloured spots, frozen as it lurches down a baroque sta.....
Damien Hirst's "Spot Mini", a car covered in coloured spots, frozen as it lurches down a baroque staircase, is seen on display at the entrance to the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. [The reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
HIRST
RTXLW8A
April 14, 2003
Damien Hirst's "Away From the Flock", a lamb preserved in formaldehyde in a steel and glass case, is...
London, UK
Damien Hirst's "Away From the Flock", a lamb preserved in formaldehyde in a steel and glass case, is.....
Damien Hirst's "Away From the Flock", a lamb preserved in formaldehyde in a steel and glass case, is seen on display at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. [The reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.] REUTERS/Peter MacDiarmid
BRITAIN
RTXLW89
April 14, 2003
A visitor walks past Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (C front), Jenny Saville's "Trace"...
London, UK
A visitor walks past Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (C front), Jenny Saville's "Trace.....
A visitor walks past Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (C front), Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C) and the Chapman Brother's "Great Deeds Against The Dead" (R), at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. [The reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
BRITAIN
RTXLW88
April 14, 2003
Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (front) and Damien Hirst's "The Physical Impossibility...
London, UK
Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (front) and Damien Hirst's "The Physical Impossibility.....
Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (front) and Damien Hirst's "The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind", portraying a shark within glass, steel, silicone and formaldehyde, are seen on display at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. [The reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
BRITAIN
RTXLW87
April 14, 2003
A visitor walks past Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C) and the Chapman Brother's...
London, UK
A visitor walks past Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C) and the Chapman Brother'.....
A visitor walks past Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C) and the Chapman Brother's "Great Deeds Against The Dead" (R), at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. [The reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
WILSON
RTXLW86
April 14, 2003
A visitor walks through artist Richard Wilson's sump oil filled room entitled "20:50" on display at the...
London, UK
A visitor walks through artist Richard Wilson's sump oil filled room entitled "20:50" on display at .....
A visitor walks through artist Richard Wilson's sump oil filled room entitled "20:50" on display at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. [The reclusive Saatchi, 59, who made his fortune in advertising with his brother Maurice, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
MUECK
RTXLW85
April 14, 2003
A visitor admires Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Mask" on display at the new Saatchi Gallery in...
London, UK
A visitor admires Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Mask" on display at the new Saatchi Gallery in.....
A visitor admires Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Mask" on display at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. [The reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. ]
ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLU0E
April 14, 2003
Damien Hirst's "Away From the Flock", a lamb preserved in formaldehyde in a
steel and glass case, is...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DAMIEN HIRST'S "AWAY FROM THE FLOCK" IS SEEN ON DISPLAY AT THE NEW
SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.
Damien Hirst's "Away From the Flock", a lamb preserved in formaldehyde in a
steel and glass case, is seen on display at the new Saatchi Gallery in
London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery,
which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the
banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall,
the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi,
59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000
pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists
Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLU06
April 14, 2003
A television cameraman films Damien Hirst's "Away From the Flock", a lamb
preserved in formaldehyde...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DAMIEN HIRST'S "AWAY FROM THE FLOCK" IS SEEN ON DISPLAY AT THE NEW
SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.
A television cameraman films Damien Hirst's "Away From the Flock", a lamb
preserved in formaldehyde in a steel and glass case on display at the new
Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new
BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is
housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of
County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The
reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of
more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of
British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

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ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLTZT
April 14, 2003
Damien Hirst's giant ashtray artwork entitled "Horror at Home" is seen on
display at the new Saatchi...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
HIRST'S GIANT ASHTRAY ARTWORK "HORROR AT HOME" IS SEEN AT THE NEW
SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.
Damien Hirst's giant ashtray artwork entitled "Horror at Home" is seen on
display at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire
Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to
750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the
ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government
from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades
amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly
made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.
PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLTZO
April 14, 2003
Damien Hirst's "Love Lost" in which fish swim around a computer in a giant
aquarium is seen on display...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
HIRST'S ARTWORK "LOVE LOST" IS SEEN ON DISPLAY AT THE NEW SAATCHI
GALLERY IN LONDON.
Damien Hirst's "Love Lost" in which fish swim around a computer in a giant
aquarium is seen on display at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14,
2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to
attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River
Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of
London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over
the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and
almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst
and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/MD
RTRLTRC
April 14, 2003
A visitor walks through artist Richard Wilson's sump oil filled room
entitled "20:50" on display at...
United Kingdom
A VISITOR WALKS THROUGH ARTIST WILSON'S OIL FILLED ROOM ENTITLED "20 -
50" ON DISPLAY AT THE NEW SAATCHI...
A visitor walks through artist Richard Wilson's sump oil filled room
entitled "20:50" on display at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14,
2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to
attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River
Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of
London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59, who made
his fortune in advertising with his brother Maurice, has over the past two
decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost
single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and
Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLTQ7
April 14, 2003
Damien Hirst's "Spot Mini", a car covered in coloured spots, frozen as it
lurches down a baroque staircase,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DAMIEN HIRST'S "SPOT MINI" IS SEEN ON DISPLAY AT THE NEW SAATCHI GALLERY
IN LONDON.
Damien Hirst's "Spot Mini", a car covered in coloured spots, frozen as it
lurches down a baroque staircase, is seen on display at the entrance to the
new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's
new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a
year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous
halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The
reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of
more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of
British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

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ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLTPX
April 14, 2003
A visitor walks past Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (C
front), Jenny Saville's "Trace"...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
A VISITOR WALKS PAST EXHIBITS AT THE NEW SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.
A visitor walks past Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (C
front), Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C) and the
Chapman Brother's "Great Deeds Against The Dead" (R), at the new Saatchi
Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt
gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed
on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County
Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive
Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than
2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British
artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

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ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLTPS
April 14, 2003
Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (front) and Damien Hirst's
"The Physical Impossibility...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
MUECK'S "DEAD DAD" AND HIRST'S "THE PHYSICAL IMPOSSIBILITY OF DEATH" ARE
SEEN IN THE NEW SAATCHI GALLERY....
Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (front) and Damien Hirst's
"The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind", portraying a shark within
glass, steel, silicone and formaldehyde, are seen on display at the new
Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new
BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is
housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of
County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The
reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of
more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of
British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

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April 14, 2003
A visitor walks past Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C)
and the Chapman Brother's...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
A VISITOR WALKS PAST EXHIBITS AT THE NEW SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.
A visitor walks past Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C)
and the Chapman Brother's "Great Deeds Against The Dead" (R), at the new
Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new
BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is
housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of
County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The
reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of
more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of
British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

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ARTS SAATCHI
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April 14, 2003
A visitor stands behind Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Mask" on display
at the new Saatchi Gallery...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
A VISITOR STANDS BEHIND RON MUECK'S "MASK" ON DISPLAY AT THE NEW SAATCHI
GALLERY IN LONDON.
A visitor stands behind Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Mask" on display
at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles
Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000
visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate
and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from
1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades
amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly
made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.
PP03040041 PP03040054 ODLY REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid
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ARTS SAATCHI
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April 14, 2003
A visitor admires Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Mask" on display at
the new Saatchi Gallery in...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
A VISITOR ADMIRES ARTIST RON MUECK'S "MASK" ON DISPLAY AT THE NEW
SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.
A visitor admires Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Mask" on display at
the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles
Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000
visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate
and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from
1912 to 1987. The reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades
amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly
made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.
PP03040041 Pictures of the month April 2003 REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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January 26, 2001
A member of staff climbs a step ladder to hang part of an installation by British artist Tracy Emin called...
London, UK
STAFF HANG A TRACY EMIN PAINTING AT CHRISTIES VIEWING GALLERY.
A member of staff climbs a step ladder to hang part of an installation by British artist Tracy Emin called "excorism of the last painting I ever made" at Christies viewing gallery in London January 26, 2001. The painting is expected to fetch between 30,000-40,000 pounds when auctioned.

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