Be the Worst You Can be: Life's Too Long for Patience and Virtue (Paperback)
  • Be the Worst You Can be: Life's Too Long for Patience and Virtue (Paperback)

Be the Worst You Can be: Life's Too Long for Patience and Virtue (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 01/04/2012
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Charles Saatchi founded the Saatchi & Saatchi advertising agency in 1970, which grew to become the largest of its kind in the world. At the same time he started collecting art and, later, opened his first gallery in London. He championed young British artists, such as Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst, and became a major figure on the international art scene. For someone so influential, he's surprisingly quiet. Charles Saatchi almost never gives interviews. However, he's a man with a view on everything - from movies to morals, superstition to suicide - and in this fascinating new book he answers nearly 300 questions from readers and journalists. What is the most valuable life lesson you can offer? Are you a believer that good is the enemy of great? What is more powerful - money or knowledge? How would you describe yourself if you did not have art in your life? How many of the seven deadly sins are you guilty of? This is the definitive read for those in search of answers.

Publisher: Abrams
ISBN: 9781419703737

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I absolutely loved this book, Saatchi is totally hilarious, I keep the book at my bedside table and love to dip in prior to going to sleep - especially if I've had a rubbish day at work … it really brightens my...

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23rd September 2012
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“Lovely little book”

First and foremost I love the design of this book, the Bible format is so cool and the images inside are just fantastic - amazing selection and they illustrate the questions and answers brilliantly. Saatchi's... More

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4th April 2012
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I really enjoyed Charles Saatchi's first book, the Artoholic one, and this one is even better - much, much funnier. He's doesn't at all live up to his the hermit-y persona given to him by the media - he... More

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1st April 2012
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