Black Mirror: Art as Social Satire - FREE - ★★★★ - Until February 17, 2019


Always thought provoking, the Saatchi has another winning exhibition here. Bringing together twenty-six contemporary artists who are making some trenchant comments on the way we live now and our politics, the show has some great pieces and a few that seem pretty derivative and rather heavy handed. Not to be missed are the works of Michael Cline, Dominic McGill and the Clayton brothers. The satire here is seldom gentle and the viewer is always challenged.  

Reviewed by J.C.

 Our Score:  ☆☆☆☆ 

WHEN, WHERE, GETTING THERE:
Until February 17, 2019
Daily: 10 am - 6 pm
Saatchi Gallery
Nearest tube: Sloane Square
https://www.saatchigallery.com

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