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Known Unknowns


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An insightful, enlightening and frequently challenging critique of contemporary culture delivered through 100 individual essays and 198 astonishing, disconcerting and truly unforgettable images.

Author: Charles Saatchi


480 pages

19 cm x 23.5 cm x 5 cm

Published by Booth-Clibborn Editions, 2014

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Written from the perspective of one of the most significant figures in global advertising, and most influential collectors of contemporary art.

Known Unknowns presents the personally curated compilation of a true master of the modern image.

From serial killers, mass extinction and the war on drugs, to a $70 milliion car crash, the size of Einstein’s brain and the most monstrous man in Japan, Saatchi explores the darker corners of modern existence in his own inimitable style.

Drawing on a career that has seen him produce and collect some of the most iconic images of current times, Charles Saatchi presents his unique perspective on contemporary culture.

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