Tutankhamun Exhibition 21/01/2020

Private Tour of Tutankhamun Exhibition with Kate Daudy


Join The Happy Few on January 21st 2020 for a Private tour of the Tutankhamun Exhibition at Saatchi Gallery in the company of the contemporary artist Kate Daudy . Register asap as the group is limited to 15 people only!

The tour is free and is kindly offered by Kate Daudy and drinks are offered by THF. If you wish to join our effort and support Women for Women International (WFWI), please add a donation when registering. Recommended donation is £35.

Kate, who has studied extensively Egyptology during this last year, will make you travel back in time to understand their faith and traditions and explore surgery and ancient Egyptian medical beliefs and practices.

For those who wish to know more about Kate’ s work THF can arrange a one to one meeting with Caroline d’ Esneval.


  • 17.30 pm Meeting with Kate at the entrance of the Ground Floor
  • 17.30 to 19 pm Guided Tour
  • 19 to 20 pm Drinks and Discussion in a private space in teh Saachi Gallery with the artist.

On Tuesday 21st of January 2020

At Saachi Gallery Duke of York' s HQ Kings Road


Kate Daudy eyes

About Kate Daudy

Born in 1970, Kate Daudy is a British visual artist recognised for her work exploring the limits of language.

Known for her written interventions in public and private spaces, Daudy's work is based on an ancient Chinese literati practice of seeking to understand the universe through art and nature.

Her observation fed into an array of artistic disciplines including sound work, performance, inteactive collaboration, photography, sculpture and large-scale installation.

She commonly uses wood or felt fabric to create her writings, as well as her more characteristic ink drawings. Her words reflect or contrast with the nature of the object she creates or chooses, and value what she writes on for what it might evoke or represent. Kate Daudy lives and works in London.


Daudy has had numerous exhibitions worldwide and is engaged in regular philanthropic and activist commitments.

Recent highlights include her current exhibition "It Wasn't that At All" (Nov. 2nd 2019 to May 6th 2020) at the Saatchi Gallery, a contemporary response to the Blockbuster Tutankhamun show displayed there, as well as the large installation of her work "Am I My Brother’s Keeper ?" inside London's St Paul's Cathedral in June 2019.

Previous highlights include exhibitions for Yorkshire Sculpture Park, South Bank Centre, Bonhams, ARTCOP21 at the Eiffel Tower, Les Rencontres d’Arles, Centre Flagey in Brussels as well as city wide artist’s interventions in London, New York City, Manchester and Amman, Jordan.

Kate Daudy
Maybe I listen more than you think