Saatchi is bringing together artists from two continents that used to be united, exploring the playful works that obscure—and highlights—the conflicts faced by their modern societies.
Chloë Ashby is an arts contributor for The Daily Beast. A graduate of the Courtauld Institute, she has written for The New York Observer, the Guardian, and the Asian Art Newspaper. She is based in London.
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