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Yorkshire Sculpture International Apr 3
JUST ANNOUNCED! Damien Hirst comes to this summer as part of with seven incredible art works spread across and in Leeds City Centre & at & supported by &
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Damien Hirst 22 Jun 18
As part of the Great Exhibition of the North (22 June – 9 September), Damien Hirst's ‘Heaven’ is on show at Newcastle University's Great North Museum As part of the Great Exhibition of the North (22 June – 9 September)
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Damien Hirst 29 Mar 18
Hirst's 'The Severed Head of Medusa' is on display in The Classical Now, a major exhibition at featuring Classical, modern and contemporary works. Until 28 April 2018.
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Damien Hirst 15 Mar 18
Damien Hirst’s Post-Venice, Post-Truth World. Hirst's new show – “The Veil Paintings” at @GagosianLA – in the
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Damien Hirst 15 Feb 18
Hirst's latest series of work, the 'Veil Paintings', to be shown at @GagosianLA in March
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Damien Hirst 1 Feb 18
I’ve always loved Bonnard and his colour, i went to see a show at the Pompidou in Paris of de…
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Damien Hirst 31 Dec 17
‘Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable’ charts the story behind Hirst’s most complex project to date which was recently shown at Punta della Dogana and Palazzo Grassi in Venice. The film will be on Netflix tomorrow.
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Damien Hirst 24 Dec 17
Wishing you all a merry Christmas Image: ‘Sympathy in White Major – Absolution II’, 2006
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Damien Hirst 16 Dec 17
. Hong Kong’s ‘Visual Candy and Natural History’ exhibition displays the colourful abstractions of Hirst’s ‘Visual Candy’ paintings alongside a number of his ‘Natural History’ sculptures.
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Damien Hirst 14 Dec 17
to Sculpture in the City’s 2015 exhibiting of ‘Charity’. This year, the seventh edition of the project includes Hirst’s ‘Temple’: Photo: Nick Turpin
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Damien Hirst 5 Dec 17
Damien Hirst’s ‘Treasures from The Wreck of the Unbelievable’ welcomed more than 360,000 visitors since opening on April 9th. The exhibition at and Punta della Dogana closed last Sunday.
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Damien Hirst 3 Dec 17
Today is the final day of ‘Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable’. The exhibition has been Hirst’s most ambitious to date, shown across both and Punta della Dogana. Damien Hirst, Three versions of ‘Grecian Nude’. Photographed by Prudence Cuming Associates
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Damien Hirst 2 Dec 17
Closing tomorrow, ‘Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable’ has been Hirst’s most ambitious exhibition to date. The show, exhibited in both and Punta della Dogana, has been almost ten years in the making.
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Damien Hirst 24 Nov 17
A selection of Hirst’s ‘Visual Candy’ and ‘Natural History’ works are now on view at Hong Kong until 13th January. Image: ‘Myth Explored, Explained, Exploded’ (1993–99). Photographed by Prudence Cuming Associates
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Gagosian 20 Nov 17
's "" opens this week, November 23, 6-8PM HKT, at . Don't miss out!
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Damien Hirst 21 Nov 17
'The Immaculate Heart – Sacred’ now on display @gossfoundation as part of ‘On Bodies’ exhibition. Until 2 February 2018. Photo Abigail Firth via
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Damien Hirst 18 Nov 17
Closing in two weeks’ time, ‘Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable’ features the 18m ‘Demon with Bowl (Exhibition Enlargement)’. On view at Venice’s until December 3rd.
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Damien Hirst 15 Nov 17
It is the last few weeks of 'Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable'. On view until 3rd December.
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Damien Hirst 10 Nov 17
'Home Sweet Home' on view in 'We Are Not Alone' curated by Contemporary Collective, Saudi Arabia, until 16 November.
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Damien Hirst 20 Oct 17
‘The Asthmatic Escaped II’ (1992) now on view in ‘What Absence Is Made Of’. Photo: Cathy Carver.
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