13 Years of Emerging Art

Saatchi Art Celebrates ITS ANNIVERSARY

Since 2010, Saatchi Art has been the best place to discover and buy art by top emerging artists from around the world. In the last 13 years, we have transformed the lives of over 100,000 artists in more than 140 countries by selling their works to art lovers around the world. 

We hope you will continue to join us in transforming the lives of thousands of talented artists around the world.

Best of Saatchi Art: Collector Favorites

Flowers 4 U
Daniel Bautista
Saatchi Art collectors have supported thousands of emerging talents worldwide over the past 13 years. Discover a selection of exceptional artists whose styles and perspectives have stood out over the years.
Ostel Bay III, Scottish Highlands
Lynne Douglas
Be Yourself, Not Perfect.
Bollee Patino
Evening Sun
Ieva Baklane

In 2023, 16,550 Artworks Sold and Shipped to 80 Countries 

Sky Dragon Flying High
Yeachin Tsai

Best of 2023

Bone Form 2
Nicola Godden
This year has seen a rise in digital art, a reinterpretation of fabric arts, and a continued fascination with figuration and abstraction. Uncover the diverse expressions and extraordinary visions that have emerged in 2023.
Artworks Sold


Best of
Rising Stars

Jay Chung

Our annual Rising Stars list reveals recent art school graduates poised to shape the future of contemporary art. See where some of the curators’ favorite artists are now.
Julien Spianti

Assisted 235 Recent Art School Graduates Start Their Art Career

Piotr Szczur


Best of
The Other Art Fair

Cala d’Or 2022
Madeleine Gross
Tapping into the local art scene of each city, The Other Art Fair unearths hundreds of up-and-coming and independent artists to watch each year. Meet artists spanning from LA to Sydney that have caught the attention of Saatchi Art curators.
Venus and a Setting Snow Moon From February 6
Steven Page Prewitt

7,670 Independent Artists Have Sold 75,000 Artworks

Chad Goei


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Summer Afternoon
Nelly van Nieuwenhuijzen
Prints from $69
Délicates Beautés
Chantal Proulx
Prints from $50

Best Fine Art Print Artists

Embodiment 04
Santhosh C H
Prints from $46
Some of our bestselling artists have provided collectors an opportunity to collect their work in different materials and mediums at an affordable price point. Explore top museum-quality prints that rival their originals.

Best of Interior Design

The Infinite City
Federico Cortese

Working alongside some of the best interior design and architecture firms, our Hospitality Art Advisors infuse emerging art into the world’s most prestigious hotels, restaurants, and commercial spaces. Discover the contemporary artists who have brought our team’s favorite projects to life.

Yellow Lake
Viet Ha Tran

In 2023, Our Hospitality Art Advisors Have Worked With 370 Artists on 167 Commercial Projects

Big Blue Squish
Lali Torma


Armonia (11-4)
David Skillicorn


Abstract art remains one of the most sought-after art styles amongst Saatchi Art collectors year after year. Discover the expressive gestures and evocative forms that make abstraction so compelling.

Lights and Shadows
Tashi Taten



Over the centuries, artists have reimagined landscapes in every art style, from high-contrast Dutch pastoral scenes to the swirling brushstrokes of the post-Impressionists. Uncover the genre’s universal allure with contemporary interpretations of the natural world.

Space Age
Adam Norgaard


With the ability to act as a mirror to ourselves or offer escapes into other realities, figuration is a powerful reminder of the enduring connection between art and the human experience. Explore portraits our curators love for their unique perspectives.

Hat 2
Guillaume Girardot


Timeless and ever-evolving, the nude is a classic subject matter often revisited for its ability to reflect emotion, sensuality, and the contemporary moment. Explore traditional black-and-white photography and striking realistic paintings depicting the naked body.

Guest Curator: Charles Michael Davis

Guest Curator

Charles Michael Davis

Most may know Charles Michael Davis as an actor, model, producer, and director—recognized for his notable roles in the TV dramas The Originals, Younger, NCIS, and Grey’s Anatomy—but few may know him as an emerging photographer and avid art collector.

Though he fell in love with photography while taking a college course, Charles’s time in front of the camera—modeling for esteemed photographers such as Yu Tsai, Jim Jordan, and Mark Seliger—offered him invaluable knowledge and helped hone his own artistic practice. In March 2023, for the first-time, Charles debuted his photography at The Other Art Fair Los Angeles, and his work caught the eye of selection committee members earning him a coveted director’s pick.

As for his personal art collection, it is an eclectic mix of black-and-white photography, large-scale Pop art portraits, textured wall hangings, sculptural works, and vibrant abstracts. Proudly on display throughout his LA home, Charles carefully curated each room, ensuring the art enhanced the space and reflected his dynamic personality.
Bringing his unique artistic vision and expertise, Charles curated a diverse selection of works featuring Saatchi Art artists that reflect his passion for innovation, storytelling, and the exploration of human experience.
“For me, the role of art in my life is threefold. It tells me where I am, where I’d like to be, and where I am still yet to explore.”
Reminiscent of Charles’s own series, “A Prayer for the Wild at Heart,” this collection examines the expressive and primal nature of the human form and the clean lines and thoughtful proportions of geometric art.
“Images of the human form are so expressive and visceral, and with geometric works, I find the lines, proportions, and colors very meditative and pleasing.”
When curating this selection, Charles went with his intuition, choosing works he gravitated towards; only when it was complete did he notice the consistent throughline of subject matter.
With this collection, Charles hopes people feel curious to explore their connection to art further and see what they recognize within themselves.
“I encourage you to explore, to develop a sense of self, taste, and style that’s truly your own. That’s the value of art. That’s what makes it worth it.”

Guest Curator: Joshua Smith

Artful Meditation

Guest Curator Joshua Smith

Artwork by Steve Gallagher
“In this noisy world we live in today, it is essential to our well-being to calm, quiet, and still the mind.”
Interior designer Joshua Smith believes our homes should be a sanctuary—a place to escape, unwind, and live blissfully—and creating a dedicated space for meditation is an integral part of his work.

When designing a meditation space, Joshua always recommends his clients include a primary work of art that speaks to them.
“I find that, like myself, so many of us are deeply moved by Mother Nature, so this collection is an ode to my favorite muse.”
Whether it be guided, sitting in stillness, watching the flame of a candle, or contemplating on a piece of art, there are many ways to practice meditation. The beauty of incorporating a piece of art into your practice, is that by focusing on it, you’re brought into present moment.

And just as one’s meditation practice is unique to them, this collection includes a juxtaposition of both soft and moody tones, mirroring the light and shadow aspects of nature.

Each piece within the collection draws on elements of nature, some in more abstract ways than others. Paying careful consideration to color, Joshua includes greens, blues, and muted tones to evoke a sense of calm in the body and soothe the soul.