Damien Hirst

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Great White Shark in formaldehyde by damien hirst Orcas, Reptiles, Mammals, Shark Jaws, Shark Mouth, Whale Sharks, Save The Sharks, Shark Pictures, Underwater Life

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shark's jaws can jut forward, extending their bite. Damien HIRST :: The Immortal [detail], 1997 - 2005

Golden Myth, Hirst sculpture auctioned in aid of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation - Damien Hirst Damien Hirst Art, Leonardo Dicaprio Foundation, Painted Pony, Galleries In London, Art For Art Sake, Star Wars, Horse Art, Art And Architecture, Installation Art

Hirst sculpture auctioned in aid of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation

Hirst's 'Golden Myth' raised $…. for Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation's environmental work, at its its inaugural charity gala in St. Tropez.

Theology, Philosophy, Medicine, Justice by Damien Hirst - 2008 Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Damien Hirst, English Artists, A Level Art, Box Art, Art And Architecture, Installation Art, Art Blog

Theology, Philosophy, Medicine, Justice

Theology, Philosophy, Medicine, Justice

Damien Hirst: In Nomine Patris (In the Name of the Father), Mirror, aluminium, steel bolts, sheep and formaldehyde solution x x in Beautiful Dark Art, Damien Hirst, English Artists, Animal Projects, Weird Art, Conceptual Art, Art History, Contemporary Art, Illustration Art


British artist Damien Hirst examines in his controversial art works the themes of creation and death, nature and decay, irony and sense of humour, love and religion.

Damien Hirst - Cock and Bull @ Tramshed Restaurant (London) Damien Hirst, Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Installation Art, Art Installations, London Restaurants, Cool Art, Character Design, Photos

Damien Hirst Sculpture at London Restaurant Tramshed

Although Tramshed may not be the most vegetarian friendly spot, the easy going atmosphere and artistic energy will surely be enough to keep you coming back every six weeks.

Damien Hirst his sculpture “Saint Sebastian, Exquisite Pain” 2007 Damien Hirst, David Austin, George Michael, Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Art, Hirst Arts, St Sebastian, English Artists, Famous Art


A few days have past since our last post. This is due to our dedicated blogger (James Cope) who was off on location in Denver. The reason being is that The Goss-Michael Foundation has found a temporary home for Damien Hirst's formaldehyde sculpture, St Sebastian. He will be residing at the MCA Denver. Founded in 1996, the MCA Denver was formed to provide the city with its first contemporary art museum. The MCA opened on new ground last year with a phenomenal new building commissioned by…