Everyone loves a good Before & After, us included, so we decided to take our “View in a Room” feature one step further by actually presenting a real room with Saatchi Online artwork on its walls.
The result? Even we were surprised by just how great an improvement the artwork made. (See photos below).
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Live with art—it makes all the difference!
Single Works of Art:
“Legerdemain” ($1,000) is a limited edition photograph by One-to-Watch artist Miss Aniela, who is based in London. Discover more of this rising star’s work here. Browse more One-to-Watch artists here.
“Sounds and Lights” ($5,600) is an oil painting by Hamburg-based artist Magdalena Sadziak.
Serbian artist Georg Redzek won our “Bright Lights Big City” Showdown competition with his painting “Casino.” The work featured above, entitled “Seven Deadly Sins” ($3,500), is a similar work, highly evocative of a seedy underworld that’s no less enticing for its excess.
“Asphyxia” ($1,000) is a limited edition photograph by Hungarian artist Flora Borsi. Her provocative portfolio plays with themes of violence and identity, reality and manipulation – all of which ensure a lively discussion around her works of art!
Pairs of Art:
Flora’s eerie photography works well with black and white prints by other photographers. Here it looks like her “Asphyxia” ($1,000) and Vikram Kushwah‘s “Ofelea and the Flying Balloons” ($2,700) are stills from a Surrealist film.
Thankfully, Hanne achieve the affects above using photography—no fingers were harmed in the making of these prints! “Hanne’s Reconstructed Hand IV” ($575), “Hanne’s Broken Hand I” ($575), and “Hanne’s Broken Hand III” ($575) are all part of limited editions of 25.
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