Charles Saatchi: Question

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Phaidon Press, Nov 10, 2010 - Art - 174 pages
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How can I raise $5000 in a hurry? How do you sleep at night? Is it better to give than to receive? What's the secret of inner peace? In this new volume, influential art collector Charles Saatchi provides the answers to these, and over 100 more, fresh questions. Although Saatchi famously refuses to be interviewed, this new book reveals his brutally frank responses to a battery of questions put to him by leading journalists and critics as well as members of the public. Following on from his bestselling book My Name is Charles Saatchi and I am an Artoholic, Charles Saatchi answers your questions about art, advertising, money, religion, drugs, politics, music and dreams.

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It is as cynical and vulgar as it is witty and enjoyable. Packed with hilarious and yet sharp observations of life that only a self-aware man of experience can dish out. The only trouble is that all ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Charles Saatchi founded the Saatchi & Saatchi advertising agency in 1970, which quickly grew to become the largest in the world. He started collecting art about the same time and opened his first public gallery, a 30,000 sq ft ex-paint factory in Boundary Road, London in 1985. His new gallery occupying the 70,000 square feet Duke of York HQ, Kings Road, London opened in October 2008.

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