Art collector Charles Saatchi is to open his new gallery with a work consisting of miniature skeletons and dead insects.
Tessa Farmer's artwork Swarm consists of 110 parts
Tessa Farmer's Swarm will be the first installation piece to exhibit at the new space in London's Chelsea when it opens next year.
The work features fake tiny human skeletons, complete with wings, perched on the back of a dead dragonfly.
Saatchi has previously promoted the art of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin.
The work will be hung from the ceiling of the new gallery at the Duke of York's headquarters building.
Farmer, 27, who lives in north London, uses tree roots to make the skeletons of "evil fairies", which each have three fingers and four toes.
The show's opening was delayed after the gallery was evicted from its County Hall premises in a dispute with the landlord in October, following a High Court battle.