More witty and subversive thoughts from Charles Saatchi
Charles Saatchi – famously – refuses to be interviewed, but his 60+ essays in Babble give a revealing insight into his forthright and often controversial views on a wide-ranging number of topics. Saatchi has been one of the moving forces of the modern age. Founder of global advertising agency, Saatchi & Saatchi, and the most important art collector of our time, he’s vigorously shaped the contemporary art scene while remaining a reclusive, even elusive, figure. The Saatchi Gallery, on the King’s Road in London, has hosted seven of the ten most visited exhibitions in London in the last three Art Newspaper annual surveys, and is among the top five most popular museums in the world on both Facebook and Twitter.
Charles Saatchi was selected by the BBC as one of 60 ‘New Elizabethans’ who have most influenced the past 60 years. His previous bestselling books include Be The Worst You Can Be, and My Name Is Charles Saatchi and I’m An Artoholic in which he answered questions from journalists, critics and members of the public with brutally frank candour