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ARTS SAATCHI
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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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