1 of 9 One year on from opening its doors at County Hall the Saatchi Gallery's latest offering is New Blood. Francis Upritchard's Sloth is a mystery creature with human-like hands.
2 of 9 The exhibition features some of the most exciting and important names emerging from the UK and international art world. (Daniel Richter, Gedion, 2002).
3 of 9 The colour in Copenhagen-based artist TAL R's paintings is reminiscent of Picasso. (TAL R, New Quarter, 2003).
4 of 9 The show includes a startling painting of Diana, Princess of Wales. Entitled Hi Paul Can You Come Over..., the painting represents the paranoia the late princess felt in the last months of her life, according to the artist Stella Vine.
5 of 9 Among the new artists showcased is Liz Neal, who has produced a dress for another royal subject, Elizabeth I, out of painted canvases.
6 of 9 Young English artist Conrad Shawcross is showing a gigantic wooden contraption which is a working loom producing 21,000 metres of rope every week.
7 of 9 New Zealand artist Francis Upritchard's piece shows a small bandaged mummy lying on the floor clutching its Benson and Hedges and shaking.
8 of 9 Belgian artist Berlinde de Bruyckere uses taxidermy in his show. The body of a horse posed on tables is reminiscent of Henry Moore's sculptures.
9 of 9 With a number of large pieces, such as Brian Griffiths' Boneshaker, New Blood will fill most of the 40,000 square foot gallery and runs from Wednesday.