Damien Hirst posing in front of his shark. The opera (1991) is titled “The impossibility of death in the mind of someone who is alive”
London and the Tate Damien Hirst celebrate
It ‘s time to London. In view of the Games, the events of all kinds are proliferating. Tate, for example, devotes a great monograph to 47 year old Damien Hirst, acclaimed (but criticized) “father” of the YBa, the young British artists who have depopulated in the nineties. The exhibition, the content often provocative, home to 70 works, encompassing more than twenty years of career. Open to the public Wednesday, April 4. Closed on September 9
- damien hirst… gutsy genius who tried again (desight.wordpress.com)
- Hirst’s fly and wall show (yorkshirepost.co.uk)
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