The exhibition, entitled Champagne Life, features 14 global emerging artists, all at different stages in their career. The title is taken from a work by Julia Wachtel which features in the show. Wachtel's Champagne Life juxtaposes an image of L.A. golden couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West alongside a painting of Minnie Mouse.

Julia Wachtel’s Champagne Life. Image via Julie Wachtel/Saatchi Gallery Julia Wachtel’s Champagne Life
Image via Julie Wachtel/Saatchi Gallery

Stephanie Quayle's clay works featured in the exhibition. Quayle creates clay sculptures of cattle which are inspired by her farm work on the Isle of Man. "I wanted to use the cows to regain our connection to nature. I don't think of my work as gender-orientated, but I want my energy as a female to come through in it," she stated to the Guardian.

Stephanie Quayle, Two Cows, 2013 Image via Stephanie Quayle/Saatchi Gallery Stephanie Quayle, Two Cows, 2013
Image via Stephanie Quayle/Saatchi Gallery

Across the pond, The Rubell Family Collection are presenting the No Man's Land show in Miami. The exhibition celebrates the works of more than 100 female artists including Jennifer Rubell, Yayoi Kusama, Rineke Dijkstra and Rosemarie Trockel. The Rubell couple's artist daughter Jennifer, will present Devotion, her 12th edible large-scale Miami art installation.

Champagne Life will be at the Saatchi Gallery from 13th January-6th March, 2016.

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