Till Death Do Us Part
British artist Damien Hirst’s work has generated enormous controversy, in large part for its morbidity, which is evident in several of his series: the encased dead animals in various states of preservation, the incorporation of butterfly wings into stained glass-like images, cabinets filled with pharmaceuticals, and diamond-encrusted skulls.
Pictured are three versions of his work, Till Death Do Us Part, which are now live for bidding on artnet Auctions.
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