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For the first time in its 30-year history, London's influential Saatchi Gallery is to hold a female-only exhibition, showcasing 14 of the brightest stars in the art world.The show's organizers said the works highlighted the diversity among female art, and its value to art lovers of both genders.The gallery has established a reputation for supporting female artists, helping launch the career of Tracey Emin, among others, and hopes the exhibition will contribute to redressing disparities within the industry.Another room is dominated by Serbian artist Jelena Bulajic's hyper-real portraits of elderly women fashioned from marble dust, granite, limestone and graphite. Next door, Saudi Arabia artist Maha Malluh's wall of saucepans looks down on Iranian-born Soheila Sokhanvari's stuffed horse, which straddles a Jeff Koons-style balloon sculpture.
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