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Part Two - Showing until 4 November 2005

Albert Oehlen
's paintings draw a fine line between acclaimed masterpiece and visual misfortune.

Thomas Scheibitz's brand of abstraction presents a vision of opulence where even the most everyday subject is reinvented as a product of high-design.

In his attempt to come to terms with public image proliferation, Wilhelm Sasnal has adopted the role of self-sustainable information platform.

Kai Althoff engages with the spiritualism of masculine identity as a metaphor for reconciliation with German history.

For Dirk Skreber, natural disasters, car crashes and near miss train accidents become monumental icons of beauty.

Inspired by the phenomena of urban generation, globalism and cultural commodification, Franz Ackermann is a perpetual tourist who travels the world in search of exotica.

Part Three - 4 November 2005 - 5 February 2006
The Saatchi Gallery will present Part Three of its 20th anniversary exhibition The Triumph of Painting from 4 November 2005.

Part Three will continue to showcase work by some of the most influential contemporary painters today, and will further explore how painting has re-emerged at the forefront of art in the last decade.

Artists to be exhibited in Part Three are Dana Schutz and Inka Essenhigh, two of the leading young women artists working in America; Matthias Weischer and Eberhard Havekost, two leaders of the new generation of emerging German painters; Michael Raedecker, an artist present in the collection since studying at Goldsmiths in 1997 and Dexter Dalwood, a cult figure amongst young British artists, who has successfully debuted at the Gagosian gallery in America.

The exhibition will be on show at the Saatchi Gallery until 5 February 2006.