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Holy Cow!
Holy Cow!

Holy Cow!


240 Pages, 7 x 9.75

Formats: Cloth

Cloth, $24.95 (US $24.95) (CA $32.95)

Publication Date: May 2017

ISBN 9781786750259

Rights: US & CA

Palazzo Editions (May 2017)

Price: $24.95


A collection of columns, on all topics, from a man who is famously influential in the art world, as well a reclusive figure who famously refuses to be interviewed

Charles Saatchi has selected his favorite articles from his weekly column in London's Evening Standard based on striking photographs. Alongside these startling images are stories, facts, and hidden histories, written in Saatchi's entertaining succinct style.


"For his new book the reclusive ad man and art collector (and Mr Nigella Lawson) invited the public to ask him anything. The questions were surprising, but not as surprising as his answers . . . [an] intriguing and often hilarious book." —Mail on Sunday

"Think Pascal's Pensées crossed with a celebrity interview in Heat . . . . if you want to hear what the man whose taste has shaped contemporary visual culture has to say, this volume provides a pretty good pocket-sized introduction . . . . The answers feel fresh and frank. [Saatchi] is refreshingly plain-spoken . . . . For the price of a cocktail, the reader is offered an entertaining conversation with a complex but personable character." —Times

Author Biography

Charles Saatchi has been one of the moving forces of the modern age, he is the most important art collector of our time and he has vigorously shaped the contemporary art scene. He founded Saatchi & Saatchi advertising agency in 1970 which grew to become the largest agency in the world. At the same time Saatchi began collecting art and later opened his first gallery in London. His previous books include Charles Saatchi: Question, Known Unknowns, Dead: A Celebration of Mortality, Be the Worst You Can Be and My Name Is Charles Saatchi and I'm An Artoholic.