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THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 13TH MAY 2013

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COLLECTLaunched by the British Crafts Council in 2004, the 'Collect' craft show returns to the Saatchi Gallery this May for its 10th anniversary. Collect is the one of the largest art fairs for contemporary craft in Europe with over 300 artists representing 36 galleries from Britain and around the world. Desirable design objects include ceramics, glass, jewellery, textiles, wood, furniture and work in precious metals. With galleries from across the world coming together - from the UK, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland and The Netherlands - it's an impressive culmination of talent. Though totally unaffordable to all but serious collectors and the fabulously rich, it's a great exhibition.

 

About Saatchi Gallery

The Saatchi Gallery re-opened on 9th October 2008 in the former military barracks of the Duke of York's Headquarters. The 70,000 square feet represents a significantly larger space than its previous 40,000 occupancy at County Hall. Ousted from the Southbank site in 2005, the re-location of the gallery had long been speculated upon and hotly anticipated. More about Saatchi Gallery

COLLECT images

COLLECT  Janpeter Muilwijk, Floating Man, 2009. Image Credits: Silk, linen, Jacquard woven tapestry, Courtesy Flatland Gallery, Photo Jan Tregot  

   
COLLECT - Janpeter Muilwijk, Floating Man, 2009. Image Credits: Silk, linen, Jacquard woven tapestry, Courtesy Flatland Gallery, Photo Jan Tregot

COLLECT Janpeter Muilwijk, Floating Man, 2009. Image Credits: Silk, linen, Jacquard woven tapestry, Courtesy Flatland Gallery, Photo Jan Tregot 

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Victoria Railway Station
 
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January in London 2012

New Year in London starts with a colourful parade with marching bands and open top buses making their way through the city streets. It's a...

 
 
London 2013 | The Annual

Our 242 page guidebook to the best events in London in 2013 ...

 
 
Jubilee Weekend

Over 1,000 boats assemble for the Thames Jubilee Pageant, a highlight of the June weekend Diamond Jubilee celebrations to mark the Queen's 60 years...

 
 
Free London Attractions

While many of London's major attractions do charge, at times, quite substantial entrance fees there are still a number of real gems where visitors...

 
 
London Markets

Although buying the stuff is going to cost you hard cash, wandering around one of London's colourful markets is free and fun. Browsing stalls, taking...

 
 
Diamond Jubilee Events

In 2012 The Queen celebrates 60 years since she came to the throne and London is marking her Diamond Jubilee with a special programme...

 
 
Paralympic Equestrian

One of London's oldest parks welcomes the Paralympic equestrian programme with 11 medal events based around two Dressage tests, which include a Championship set-movement test...

 
 
Paralympic Cycling - Road

The Paralympic Road Cycling programme takes place at former Formula One Grand Prix ground Brands Hatch in Kent and is the third largest sport...

 
 
Paralympic Table Tennis

Table Tennis used to be an upper-class after-dinner parlour game. Now it is one of the longest running and most popular Paralympic sports, and...

 
 
Paralympic Sitting Volleyball

Sitting Volleyball's roots come from the German game sitzball, and emerged from the Netherlands in the 1950s. This year's Paralympic tournament takes place at...

 
 
What's on in London during the Paralympics

With tickets for the Paralympics selling out for the first time in its 52-year history, London is gearing up for a second wave of...

 
 
Olympic National Hospitality Houses

A guide to all the confirmed National Hospitality Houses set up by nations across the capital during the London Olympics. ...

 
 
Where to Watch Olympics

If you want to watch the Games in London and you don't have a ticket, or you need a meeting point before or after...

 
 
Greenwich Park In Pictures

On paper Greenwich Park is a superb Olympic venue: located on the south bank of the Thames, its hillside location offers some truly spectacular...

 
 
Hyde Park In Pictures

When the sun's out there are fewer places in London as scenic and special as Hyde Park, which hosts the Triathlon and Marathon Swimming...

 
 
Cultural Olympiad

The London 2012 Cultural Olympiad has been dubbed the largest cultural celebration in the history of the modern Olympic and Paralympic movements. After four...

 
 
Free London Galleries

Nearly all of London's major public galleries are completely free so you know you're not compromising on quality by choosing the cheaper option. Lots...

 
 
Perfect Presents

Sh! Women's Erotic Emporium 57 Hoxton Square, N1 6PB Tea and sex, how very British! This friendly boutique in Hoxton Square offers girlies the chance to seek...

 
 
Romantic Restaurants

The Wallace Hertford House, Manchester Square, W1U 3BN Combine an afternoon of browsing The Wallace Collection - one of the capital's most impressive collections of...

 
 
Petal Power

Bloomsbury Flowers 29 Great Queen Street, WC2B 5BB A florist that doesn't do red roses. Hooray! No romantic cliches here! And the collective heart-sinking of London's male population,...

 
 
Food of Love

Pierre Herme Paris 13 Lowndes Street, Belgravia, SW1X 9EX Celebrated chef patissier Pierre Herme, known as the 'Picasso of Pastry', has opened his first boutique in London following...

 
 
London for Lovers

Sir John Soane's Museum 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, WC2A 3BP Like Borough Market, the Sir John Soane Museum is a treasure you'll have to experience on the Saturday because it...

 
 
London's Best Events 2015

Plan the perfect year in the capital with our pick of the best events in London 2015. From January through to December, every month boasts an impressive line-up of entertainment. So, take a look at our guide and be sure not to miss a thing.

 
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    Sloane Square Hotel London
    London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel   from £21  42% off
    7-12 Sloane Square, SW1W | 3 minutes from COLLECT
    Located right on Sloane Square, where the old Royal Court Hotel used to be, Sloane Square Hotel is a welcoming and well decorated reincarnation. All the ... More
     
     
     
    Draycott Hotel London
    London > Hotels > Luxury Chain Hotel   from £140  23% off
    26 Cadogan Gardens, SW3 | 3 minutes from COLLECT
    Stylish antique d'cor, a peaceful but convenient location, and spacious, airy rooms are all essential to this hotel's appeal. Yet it is the unbeatable service that ... More
     
     
     
    No.11 Cadogan Gardens
    London > Hotels > Luxury Chain Hotel   from £140  37% off
    11 Cadogan Gardens, SW3 | 4 minutes from COLLECT
    No. 11 London, A Victorian boutique hotel, was built by Lord Chelsea on the cricket ground between Harrods and Buckingham Palace and quickly became a ... More
     
     
     
     
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    Events near COLLECT

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    Exhibitionism
    London > Events > Exhibitions  Dates: 6th April to 4th September 2016
    Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York's Square, King's Road, Hyde Park, London SW3 | Same location as COLLECT
    Going strong for 50 years and counting, the Rolling Stones stage their first major exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery, documenting five decades of rock 'n' roll ...More
     
     
     
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    Cabaret Confidential
    London > Events > Concerts  Dates: Thursday 13th August 2015 - 8.30pm-10.30pm
    The Pheasantry, 152-154 Kings Road, Chelsea, London SW3 | 6 minutes from COLLECT
    Cabaret-style performances, music and more courtesy of Julia Cugini, Sarah Waddell, The Femmes and Elena Martin....More
     
     
     
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    Pulp Fiction: Paper Stixx, Wonderful Wire, Planes, Kites And More (Over 6s)
    London > Events > Kids Events  Dates: Wednesday 5th August 2015 - 10.30am-3pm
    Chelsea Physic Garden, 66 Royal Hospital Garden, Chelsea, London SW3 | 9 minutes from COLLECT
    Bring old newspapers to create sculptures....More
     
     
     
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    Royal Court Theatre
    London > Entertainment > Theatres
    Sloane Square, Belgravia, London SW1W | 3 minutes from COLLECT
    Dedicated to putting on new work and discovering new voices, the Royal Court Theatre was seen as 'the most important theatre in Europe' by no less ... More
     
     
     
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    Cadogan Hall
    London > Entertainment > Classical Music
    5 Sloane Terrace, Belgravia, London SW1X | 4 minutes from COLLECT
    Cadogan Hall opened its doors on 18th June 2004 with a surprising lack of fanfare but is making up for that with a year of 10th ... More
     
     
     
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    The Boisdale Jazz & Cigar Club
    London > Entertainment > Jazz Clubs
    15 Eccleston Street, Belgravia, Victoria, London SW1W | 10 minutes from COLLECT
    A tartan clad jazz, cigar and supper club, Boisdale of Belgravia has an the old fashioned charm of a gentlemen's club. Situated in an elegant Regency ... More
     
     
     
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    Sights and Attractions near COLLECT

    The best museums, galleries, attractions near COLLECT
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    Saatchi Gallery
    London > Attractions > Art Galleries
    Duke of York's Square, King's Road, Chelsea, London SW3 | Same location as COLLECT
    The Saatchi Gallery re-opened on 9th October 2008 in the former military barracks of the Duke of York's Headquarters. The 70,000 square feet represents a significantly ... More
     
     
     
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    Royal Hospital Chelsea
    London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
    Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London SW3 | 5 minutes from COLLECT
    Built by Sir Christopher Wren 1682-1692, the Grade I-listed Royal Hospital Chelsea was intended by King Charles II to be a home for soldiers who were ... More
     
     
     
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    Proud Chelsea
    London > Attractions > Art Galleries
    161 Kings Road, Chelsea, London SW3 | 8 minutes from COLLECT
    Art gallery Proud Chelsea brings top quality rock 'n' roll photography to the heart of King's Road. There are several strings to the Proud bow - ... More
     
     
     
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    Richard Ward Hair and Metrospa
    London > Shopping > Hair and Grooming
    82 Duke of York Square, Knightsbridge, London SW3 | 1 minute from COLLECT
    Up-and-coming hairdresser popular with celebrities and the social set - Normandie Keith and Lisa Snowdon among them, Richard Ward specialises in good cuts that won't scare ... More
     
     
     
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    Taschen
    London > Shopping > Books
    12 Duke of York Square, Knightsbridge, London SW3 | 1 minute from COLLECT
    Glossy, coffee table books are what speciality book store Taschen do best. From art to architecture, film to fashion, every glamourous topic is covered and the ... More
     
     
     
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    Poilane
    London > Shopping > Delicatessens
    39 Cadogan Gardens, Knightsbridge, London SW3 | 2 minutes from COLLECT
    Superb French bakery which dates back to 1832 when Lionel Poilane, a young baker from Normandy, came to Paris to open his first shop. His mission ... More
     
     
     
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    Gallery Mess
    London > Restaurants > British restaurants
    Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York HQ, Chelsea, London SW3 | Same location as COLLECT
    For those who've benefitted from an expensive education, the name Gallery Mess should evoke found memories of that delightful school pudding, Eton Mess. For the rest ... More
     
     
     
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    Patisserie Valerie
    London > Restaurants > Cafes and Delis
    Duke of York's Square, King's Road, Knightsbridge, London SW34LY | 1 minute from COLLECT
    There are Valeries all over London these days and quite right too because they serve some of the best pastries in the capital alongside a tempting ... More
     
     
     
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    Manicomio Restaurant
    London > Restaurants > Italian restaurants
    85 Duke of York Square, King's Road, Chelsea, Knightsbridge, London SW3 | 1 minute from COLLECT
    Some say Manicomio offers the best Italian cuisine in the capital. Matthew Norman, food critic at the Telegraph and Guardan, for instance, gave his meal here ... More
     
     
     
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    Royal College of Art, Dyson Building
    London > Education > Universities and Colleges
    1 Hester Road, Battersea, London SW11 | 16 minutes from COLLECT
    The £21 million Dyson Building makes up the largest part of the purpose-built Battersea campus of the prestigious Royal College of Art. Located at 1 Hester ... More
     
     
     
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    Dana Centre
    London > Education > Evening Classes
    165 Queen's Gate, South Kensington, South Kensington, London SW7 | 19 minutes from COLLECT
    There are plenty of initiatives trying to get kids involved in science, but the Dana Centre, an extension of the Science Museum, is the first one ... More
     
     
     
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    The LookOut, Hyde Park
    London > Education > Other Attractions
    Hyde Park, Hyde Park, London W2 | 23 minutes from COLLECT
    Hidden in a copse of trees in Hyde Park, The LookOut is a tranquil haven in the heart of London. Home to the Isis Education Centre, ... More
     
     
     
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    Ushvani
    London > Leisure > Health and Beauty
    1 Cadogan Garden, Knightsbridge, London SW3 | 4 minutes from COLLECT
    One of Knightsbridge's better kept secrets is the Ushvani day spa, tucked away in a Grade II listed building on Cadogan Gardens. Founded by Usha Arumugam, ... More
     
     
     
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    Lush Spa
    London > Leisure > Health and Beauty
    123 Kings Road, Chelsea, London SW3 | 7 minutes from COLLECT
    More than just a skincare shop, this branch of Lush on the Kings Road houses the Lush Spa. An overpowering mix of perfumes assaults the nose ... More
     
     
     
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    Cadogan Place Gardens North and South
    London > Leisure > Parks and Gardens
    Cadogan Place, Knightsbridge, London SW1X | 7 minutes from COLLECT
    A private space a short walk from Sloane Square and Knightsbridge, Cadogan Place Gardens is a long rectangular site with Pont Street dividing a smaller north ... More
     
     
     
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    The Phoenix
    London > Restaurants > Gastropub
    23 Smith Street, Chelsea, Chelsea, London SW3 | 4 minutes from COLLECT
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    The Orange Public House & Hotel
    London > Nightlife > Pubs
    37 Pimlico Road, Belgravia, London SW1W | 5 minutes from COLLECT
    The Orange Public House and Hotel on Pimlico Road has been lovingly restored to its former glory by the team behind The Thomas Cubitt and The ... More
     
     
     
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    The Ebury
    London > Restaurants > Gastropub
    11 Pimlico Road, Pimlico, London SW1W | 6 minutes from COLLECT
    The Ebury closed on 5th November 2012. When The Ebury first opened up in what was a neglected corner of Pimlico, replacing a grungy old man ... More
     
     
     
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    Barts
    London > Nightlife > Bars
    Chelsea Cloisters, Sloane Avenue, Chelsea, London SW3 | 8 minutes from COLLECT
    Taking its inspiration from the American speakeasy movement, Barts is a tiny, intimate and relaxed bar in South Kensington which promises a refreshingly fun experience - ... More
     
     
     
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    The Goring Bar and Lounge
    London > Nightlife > Bars
    15 Beeston Place, Victoria, London SW1W | 14 minutes from COLLECT
    With deep red walls, a carpeted floor, leather chairs and a roaring log fire, The Goring Bar and Lounge is the epitome of opulence. Run by ... More
     
     
     
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    The Qube Project
    London > Nightlife > Nightclubs
    191 Victoria Street, Victoria, London SW1E | 14 minutes from COLLECT
    Promising to "submerge party-goers into a cornucopia of pleasure" The Qube Project basement club opened in Victoria in October 2014 with music from some of Europe's ... More
     
     
     
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    Royal Hospital Chelsea
    London > Business > Venue Hire
    Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London SW3 | 5 minutes from COLLECT
    Built by Sir Christopher Wren 1682-1692, the Grade I-listed Royal Hospital Chelsea was intended by King Charles II to be a home for soldiers who were ... More
     
     
     
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    National Army Museum
    London > Business > Venue Hire
    Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, Chelsea, London SW3 | 6 minutes from COLLECT
    With ten, widely different and uniquely versatile rooms, the National Army Museum can help you hold your event, your way. Plan your party in Victorian splendour, ... More
     
     
     
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    Thomas Cubitt
    London > Business > Venue Hire
    44 Elizabeth St, Belgravia, Victoria, London SW1W | 8 minutes from COLLECT
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    Saatchi Gallery events

     
    Pangaea II: New Art from Africa and Latin AmericaPangaea II: New Art from Africa and Latin AmericaPangaea II: New Art from Africa and Latin AmericaThe second instalment of Saatchi's Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin America opens on 4th March 2015 showing contemporary work from artists working in an area covering Africa to Latin America. In the first installment, sculptures of huge ants crawled over the walls, collages of newspaper clippings reflected the political state of the Republic 2015-08-05T10:00:00+01002015-09-06T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Saatchi Gallery,   Duke of York's Square  King's Road    SW3 4SQ
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    Free EventOngoing

    event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions | PRICING  Free  
    DATES  4th March to 6th September 2015
    VENUE  Saatchi Gallery 
    The second instalment of Saatchi's Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin America opens on 4th March 2015 showing contemporary work from artists working in an area covering Africa to Latin America. In the first installment, sculptures of huge ants crawled over the walls, collages of newspaper clippings reflected the political state of the Republic ... More about this event
     
    Painting With Darrell Hawkins (Ages 10-15)Painting With Darrell Hawkins (Ages 10-15)Art workshop with a focus on the work of Darrell Hawkins.2015-08-13T12:00:00+01002015-08-13T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Saatchi Gallery,   Duke of York's Square  King's Road    SW3 4SQ
    Category: event
    Free EventOn Soon
    Painting With Darrell Hawkins (Ages 10-15)
    ExhibitionismExhibitionismExhibitionismGoing strong for 50 years and counting, the Rolling Stones stage their first major exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery, documenting five decades of rock 'n' roll through more than five hundred artefacts from the band's personal archives. Three years in the planning, the aptly titled Exhibitionism is displayed over nine themed galleries spread across 2016-04-06T00:00:00+01002016-09-04T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Saatchi Gallery,   Duke of York's Square  King's Road    SW3 4SQ
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    event > Concerts > Rock & Pop - Rock
    DATES  6th April to 4th September 2016
    VENUE  Saatchi Gallery 
    Going strong for 50 years and counting, the Rolling Stones stage their first major exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery, documenting five decades of rock 'n' roll through more than five hundred artefacts from the band's personal archives. Three years in the planning, the aptly titled Exhibitionism is displayed over nine themed galleries spread across ... More about this event
     

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    Pulp Fiction: Paper Stixx, Wonderful Wire, Planes, Kites And More (Over 6s)
    Kids Events | On 5th August 2015 

    Chelsea Physic Garden 9 minutes walk from Saatchi Gallery

    Bring old newspapers to create sculptures....More

    Create! Design And Make Your Own Garment: Workshop (Ages16-19)
    Exhibitions | Until 7th August 2015 

    Victoria and Albert (V & A) Museum 14 minutes walk from Saatchi Gallery

    Garment-making workshop with fashion designer Juliana Sissons....More

    Make-It Clay Summer Holidays
    Kids Events | Until 26th August 2015 

    Victoria and Albert (V & A) Museum 14 minutes walk from Saatchi Gallery

    Make a pinch pot with ceramics resident, Amy Jayne Hughes....More

    Tea Dance With Mr Wonderful
    Leisure | On 5th August 2015 

    Victoria and Albert (V & A) Museum 14 minutes walk from Saatchi Gallery

    An afternoon tea dance for beginners and experienced dancers alike....More

    What is Home'
    Exhibitions | Until 9th August 2015 

    Pump House Gallery 16 minutes walk from Saatchi Gallery

    Works in various media exploring the concept and many interpretations of the term 'home', by artists including Manal Al Dowayan, ...More

    Beautiful Butterflies Workshop (Ages 7-11)
    Kids Events | On 5th August 2015 

    Natural History Museum 17 minutes walk from Saatchi Gallery

    Explore the world of moths and butterflies....More

    Miss-Leading Ladies
    Theatre | Until 30th August 2015 

    St James Theatre 18 minutes walk from Saatchi Gallery

    Ria Jones and Ceri Dupree star in a rip-roaring musical celebration of the grand dames of stage and screen, including ...More

    Prom 27: Late Night With BBC 6 Music
    Prom 27: Late Night With BBC 6 Music
    Concerts | On 5th August 2015 

    Royal Albert Hall 21 minutes walk from Saatchi Gallery

    Mary Anne Hobbs of BBC Radio 6 Music presents an evening of music by piano and keyboard virtuoso Nils Frahm ...More

     
    Prom 26: British Composers
    Concerts | On 5th August 2015 

    Royal Albert Hall 21 minutes walk from Saatchi Gallery

    Chloe Hanslip is the soloist in Vaughan Williams's rarely heard Concerto Accademico. The concert also features Welsh composer Grace Williams's ...More

    Free English Classes For Adults
    Exhibitions | Until 23rd September 2015 

    Chelsea Theatre 21 minutes walk from Saatchi Gallery

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