Damien Hirst

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The Age
Street artist Lush plans 'guerilla' exhibition at the NGV as practice run for the Louvrechildren". Lush reported booming sales following Dismaland, where his works ap
Street artist Lush plans 'guerilla' exhibition at the NGV as practice run for the Louvre
The Age / Posted yesterday
children". Lush reported booming sales following Dismaland, where his works appeared alongside the work of artists such as Damien Hirst and Jenny Holzer. Lush says he and Banksy have close mutual friends and that both Banksy and Banksy's manager... Read more
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examiner.com
All about the Taglialatella Gallerieslike Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Keith Haring, while also dealing in cont
All about the Taglialatella Galleries
examiner.com / Posted yesterday
like Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Keith Haring, while also dealing in contemporary Pop and Street artists such as Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Banksy, Mr. Brainwash, Shepard Fairey and Russell Young, just to name a few. To list everyone our... Read more
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Boston Globe
Yale Center for British Art reopenssecond-half of the 20th century — including paintings by Lucian Freud, Francis
Yale Center for British Art reopens
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
second-half of the 20th century — including paintings by Lucian Freud, Francis Bacon, Howard Hodgkin, David Hockney, and Damien Hirst — are here on long-term loan. A floor of the museum is set aside for temporary shows, in this case “Modernism... Read more
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Evening Standard
All you need is an algorithm to pen a hit or write a bestsellerstarted using algorithms to create new works? Titian was helped by pupils in hi
All you need is an algorithm to pen a hit or write a bestseller
Evening Standard / Posted 3 days ago
started using algorithms to create new works? Titian was helped by pupils in his workshops; Andy Warhol had his factory; Damien Hirst’s assistants were responsible for most of the spot paintings that carry his signature. Would it be so different... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Tracey Emin: 'The stone I married is beautiful and dignified – it will never let me down'the case. “I went to the Royal College of Art, and when my peer group were doin
Tracey Emin: 'The stone I married is beautiful and dignified – it will never let me down'
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 4 days ago
the case. “I went to the Royal College of Art, and when my peer group were doing Freeze” – the 1988 group show organised by Damien Hirst– “I was in Turkey up a mountain doing watercolours of donkeys, looking at Chagall. I was not on their planet at... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Celebrity Solstice at seato promote conservation), and discovering some rather fine artworks in the vari
Celebrity Solstice at sea
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
to promote conservation), and discovering some rather fine artworks in the various stairway landings - the most notable the Damien Hirst bone china plates. This was my first experience on a Celebrity ship, a line proving very popular with cruisers... Read more
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Evening Standard
Walk the line: New works added to sculpture trail for first birthdayElizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, has more than a dozen works on a three-mile
Walk the line: New works added to sculpture trail for first birthday
Evening Standard / Posted 6 days ago
Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, has more than a dozen works on a three-mile route, including sculptures by Martin Creed, Damien Hirst and Eduardo Paolozzi. Its newest addition is sculptor James Balmforth’s work at the Royal Docks, Inhibition... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Francis Bacon didn't sign his paintings - but I got his autographvisitor assistant who now has a large collection from artists, including Gilber
Francis Bacon didn't sign his paintings - but I got his autograph
Liverpool Echo / Posted 7 days ago
visitor assistant who now has a large collection from artists, including Gilbert and George, Peter Blake, Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst. He says: “If we get celebrities in, people I admire really, I’ll sometimes ask them for an autograph. But not... Read more
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Japan Today
Kevin Spacey takes aim at Donald Trump at Cannes charity event ‹ Japan TodayPalm Springs home. A customised Ferrari in military camouflage was auctioned o
Kevin Spacey takes aim at Donald Trump at Cannes charity event ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 8 days ago
Palm Springs home. A customised Ferrari in military camouflage was auctioned off for one million euros and a sculpture by Damien Hirst, “Temple”, was sold for 3.1 million euros. AmFAR was created by Hollywood star Elizabeth Taylor and the gala... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Kevin Spacey takes aim at Donald TrumpPalm Springs home. A customised Ferrari in military camouflage was auctioned o
Kevin Spacey takes aim at Donald Trump
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 8 days ago
Palm Springs home. A customised Ferrari in military camouflage was auctioned off for one million euros and a sculpture by Damien Hirst, "Temple", was sold for 3.1 million euros. AmFAR was created by Hollywood star Elizabeth Taylor and the gala... Read more
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Forres Gazette
Meet man behind Cubans' mainman Miquel?played Holly Valance’s Hollywood wedding, been flown to the South of France by
Meet man behind Cubans' mainman Miquel?
Forres Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
played Holly Valance’s Hollywood wedding, been flown to the South of France by Elton John, been booked by A-listers such as Damien Hirst, they’ve supported some of Mike’s personal heroes from US rapper Pharoahe Monch to the Pharcyde and Jurassic 5,... Read more
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Evening Standard
Dylan Jones: London so far ahead of the rest it should be a city-stateelectricity. These days it is the likes of industrial designer Thomas Heatherw
Dylan Jones: London so far ahead of the rest it should be a city-state
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
electricity. These days it is the likes of industrial designer Thomas Heatherwick, particle physicist Brian Cox, artist Damien Hirst, designer and film-maker Tom Ford, tech entrepreneur Kathryn Parsons, Arts Council chair Sir Peter Bazalgette,... Read more
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Evening Standard
Jeff Koons, interview: Art has allowed me to become a better humanYou'd forgive Damien Hirst for hating Jeff Koons. The English skull-maker and t
Jeff Koons, interview: Art has allowed me to become a better human
Evening Standard / Posted 9 days ago
You'd forgive Damien Hirst for hating Jeff Koons. The English skull-maker and the American dog-maker are often mentioned in the same breath. They explore similar themes of death, desire and power — Koons in major, Hirst in minor. They operate on a... Read more
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Evening Standard
Mandarin Oriental, Milan - hotel revieware designer. I would strongly recommend paying for a guide who can explain the
Mandarin Oriental, Milan - hotel review
Evening Standard / Posted 12 days ago
are designer. I would strongly recommend paying for a guide who can explain the story behind the art, which includes a Damien Hirst piece. Finish a day of sightseeing at the Duomo, a Gothic cathedral that is the symbol of Milan and the fifth... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
7 things to know about Francis Bacon ahead of Tate Liverpool's exhibition coup was owned by Muriel Belcher. After Belcher’s death, the club attracted a new g
7 things to know about Francis Bacon ahead of Tate Liverpool's exhibition coup
Liverpool Echo / Posted 12 days ago
was owned by Muriel Belcher. After Belcher’s death, the club attracted a new generation of young British artists including Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, leading it to finally close its doors forever in 2008.He has some famous fans Ian Gavan/Getty... Read more
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examiner.com
International fashion and style: Clive Arrowsmith speaksPaul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck, George Harrison, Art Garfunkel, Def Lep
International fashion and style: Clive Arrowsmith speaks
examiner.com / Posted 13 days ago
Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck, George Harrison, Art Garfunkel, Def Leppard, Prince Charles, Michael Caine , Damien Hirst, De Beers, Revlon, Caroline Castigliano, Lexus, Hasselblad and just about any publication that is worth reading... Read more
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Evening Standard
Sir Nicholas Serota on 28 years at the Tatein the Chapman brothers’ 2003 Turner Prize-nominated work. 38 seconds — the av
Sir Nicholas Serota on 28 years at the Tate
Evening Standard / Posted 15 days ago
in the Chapman brothers’ 2003 Turner Prize-nominated work. 38 seconds — the average amount of time spent looking at Damien Hirst’s Away From The Flock, a formaldehyde pickled sheep, at Tate Britain 4 the number of Tweets that Sir Nicholas... Read more
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Mashable
18-foot sculpture of man's buttocks makes Turner Prize shortlistDean, Anthea Hamilton, Helen Marten and Josephine Pryde. One of them in Decembe
18-foot sculpture of man's buttocks makes Turner Prize shortlist
Mashable / Posted 16 days ago
Dean, Anthea Hamilton, Helen Marten and Josephine Pryde. One of them in December will join the ranks of the likes of Damien Hirst, Grayson Perry and Steve McQueen as a Turner Prize winner. The sculpture-heavy list feels like somewhat of a... Read more
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Evening Standard
Turner Prize judges shortlist huge sculpture of man's backsidethem women - with a chance to win the £25,000 prize which has previously been a
Turner Prize judges shortlist huge sculpture of man's backside
Evening Standard / Posted 17 days ago
them women - with a chance to win the £25,000 prize which has previously been awarded to names including Grayson Perry and Damien Hirst. She was nominated for her New York show Anthea Hamilton: Lichen! Libido! Chastity! which includes white water... Read more
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Evening Standard
London's best rooftop cinemas, bars, outdoor feasts & partiesWalk The Line, London’s first modern and contemporary art walk from Stratford t
London's best rooftop cinemas, bars, outdoor feasts & parties
Evening Standard / Posted 22 days ago
Walk The Line, London’s first modern and contemporary art walk from Stratford to Greenwich, to see works by Martin Creed, Damien Hirst and Abigail Fallis (theline.org). The Chelsea Flower Show is around the corner so get in the mood at beautiful... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Frieze New York review – art world displays its best face and a fine assthough if you want the big names you can certainly have them. Super-gallerist L
Frieze New York review – art world displays its best face and a fine ass
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 23 days ago
though if you want the big names you can certainly have them. Super-gallerist Larry Gagosian has given over his booth to Damien Hirst – back in the fold after a three-year conscious uncoupling – and the American wheeler-dealer has brought out... Read more
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Londonist
London Rules, And Anyone Who Says Otherwise Is Jealousat its most intoxicating during the mid-90s, when Blur and Oasis were fighting
London Rules, And Anyone Who Says Otherwise Is Jealous
Londonist / Posted 23 days ago
at its most intoxicating during the mid-90s, when Blur and Oasis were fighting it out in the charts, and Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst were fighting it out in the galleries. Sure, London has had many periods of creative indulgence, many periods... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Francis Bacon and 6 other Tate Liverpool blockbuster showsTate Liverpool, 2010 The year after Klimt, Tate Liverpool staged Colour Chart,
Francis Bacon and 6 other Tate Liverpool blockbuster shows
Liverpool Echo / Posted 24 days ago
Tate Liverpool, 2010 The year after Klimt, Tate Liverpool staged Colour Chart, a group show featuring works by people like Damien Hirst and Andy Warhol. The images covered the period 1944, when Picasso became a member of the French Communist... Read more
24d
Accounting Today
Art Buyers Face Scrutiny as New York Kicks Off Tax Probeto its website. The glass lobby of the firm’s Lever House serves as a contempor
Art Buyers Face Scrutiny as New York Kicks Off Tax Probe
Accounting Today / Posted 24 days ago
to its website. The glass lobby of the firm’s Lever House serves as a contemporary gallery and has displayed works by Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons and other artists, according to the building’s website. Among the 200 pieces Rosen agreed to pay... Read more
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iol.co.za
The hotel with serious star powerits gilded bones shimmering against the evening sky. The owners paid $15-millio
The hotel with serious star power
iol.co.za / Posted 24 days ago
its gilded bones shimmering against the evening sky. The owners paid $15-million for the beast, created by English artist Damien Hirst using 10 000-year-old bones. Dazzled by her surroundings, my starlet swirled around and resolved to be naughty.... Read more
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Evening Standard
Mona Hatoum, exhibition review: Striking, seductive and hard-hittingcame to be linked to the Young British Artists movement. She was shortlisted fo
Mona Hatoum, exhibition review: Striking, seductive and hard-hitting
Evening Standard / Posted 24 days ago
came to be linked to the Young British Artists movement. She was shortlisted for the Turner Prize in 1995, the same year as Damien Hirst, amid its mid-Nineties heyday. There, she showed Corps Étranger, a cylindrical booth with a screen on the floor... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Fashion trend: Polka maniaeven thinking twice. There are renowned male advocates of the polka dot includi
Fashion trend: Polka mania
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
even thinking twice. There are renowned male advocates of the polka dot including Marc Jacobs, Paul Smith, and artist like Damien Hirst who is known for his sterile, vertigo-inducing dot paintings. “Just try to focus on one key piece and do not... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Blue plaque campaign set to honour Ilford’s most famous poetreceived by the poet including the Lenore Marshall Prize, Shelley Memorial Awar
Blue plaque campaign set to honour Ilford’s most famous poet
Ilford Recorder / Posted 28 days ago
received by the poet including the Lenore Marshall Prize, Shelley Memorial Award and the Robert Frost Medal. “Artists like Damien Hirst, David Hockney and Tracey Emin are good at winning prizes,” said Jef. “Denise has the prizes to prove how good... Read more
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WA Today
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collectiona suitably well-heeled Frenchman has come up with the solution by opening a mus
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collection
WA Today / Posted 28 days ago
a suitably well-heeled Frenchman has come up with the solution by opening a museum that could rival the Louvre. Artist Damien Hirst will feature in a new Parisian gallery founded by Henri Pinault. Photo: Valery Hache Francois Pinault will show... Read more
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Brisbane Times
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collectiona suitably well-heeled Frenchman has come up with the solution by opening a mus
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collection
Brisbane Times / Posted 29 days ago
a suitably well-heeled Frenchman has come up with the solution by opening a museum that could rival the Louvre. Artist Damien Hirst will feature in a new Parisian gallery founded by Henri Pinault. Photo: Valery Hache Francois Pinault will show... Read more
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29d
The Age
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collectionArtist Damien Hirst will feature in a new Parisian gallery founded by Henri Pin
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collection
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
Artist Damien Hirst will feature in a new Parisian gallery founded by Henri Pinault. Photo: Valery Hache It is not a problem faced by many mere mortals: how to find a gallery large enough to house one's $1 billion art collection. But a suitably... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collectionArtist Damien Hirst will feature in a new Parisian gallery founded by Henri Pin
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collection
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
Artist Damien Hirst will feature in a new Parisian gallery founded by Henri Pinault. Photo: Valery Hache It is not a problem faced by many mere mortals: how to find a gallery large enough to house one's $1 billion art collection. But a suitably... Read more
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International Business Times
Sexy Fish: Wonderfully gaudy restaurant, full to the brim, heavenly food than a dinner. But if it is just dinner you're after, then you're also in luck
Sexy Fish: Wonderfully gaudy restaurant, full to the brim, heavenly food
International Business Times / Posted 29 days ago
than a dinner. But if it is just dinner you're after, then you're also in luck because not all the money went on those Damien Hirst mermaids, they put some thought into the food. The evening managed to start out with my favourite, an octopus... Read more

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