1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "Damien Hirst"

  2. Summer reading: This (quite entertaining) book imagines an art world without Damien Hirst

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  3. Fancy some pill-shaped jewelry by enfant terrible Damien Hirst
    Apparently, it’s available in 18K yellow, rose or white gold. 

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  4. Quick! Our Skate N Surf sale is only live for a few more hours, featuring decks by Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, and KAWS.

    Browse Skate N Surf.  

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  5. Damien Hirst’s reign as the most expensive living British artist may be coming to an end. Guess who’s replacing him. 

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  6. Take a peek into the life of the art world’s rich and famous at amfAR’s Cinema Against AIDS gala, as Simon de Pury auctions Hirst’s artwork "Gone but not Forgotten" for €11 million. 

    • 2 months ago, 
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  7. Hello Mickey ! 

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  8. Art world bad boy Damien Hirst’s ghostwritten biography threatens to expose the “filthy money business” of the art world, in which, let’s face it, he’s a major player. 

    • 3 months ago, 
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  9. Neo Pop!

    Works by Julian Opie, Robert Longo, Jeff Koons, and Damien Hirst are just four of the many highlights that are now live for online bidding in our Neo Pop! sale on artnet Auctions.   

    Click through and enjoy Neo Pop! 

    • 6 months ago, 
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  10. Butterflies

    YBA Damien Hirst’s work has generated enormous controversy in large part due to its morbidity and his fascination with medicine, 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.

    • 11 months ago, 
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  11. Hirst’s Spots

    Winner of the 1995 Turner Prize, and, as of 2009, the wealthiest artist in history, Damien Hirst’s work has generated enormous controversy. 

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  12. Hirst & McQueen

    Alexander McQueen is teaming up with enfant terrible Damien Hirst to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its signature skull scarf. The artist will create 30 limited edition designs which will appear on a collection of scarves.

    Hirst’s prints will be inspired by his Entomology paintings - butterflies, bugs, spiders and other insects form kaleidoscopic geometric shapes, laid out to create the McQueen skull motif. The collaboration highlights both McQueen and Hirst’s "mutual love of symmetrical design and a penchant for the dark side of nature."

    The scarves will be available in November. 

    • 11 months ago, 
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  13. Damien’s Pills

    British enfant terrible Damien Hirst created this work, titled Black Heaven, in 2012. 

    • 1 year ago, 
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  14. Purity

    Silver used to be mined in Combe Martin where I live. It’s dreamy, otherworldly, but also sensuous and sexy…” -Damien Hirst.

    Hirst used silver to create this sculpture of a pregnant woman. This surreal, scientifically rendered figure depicts the flesh peeled back to reveal the inner muscle, bone, and fetal structure of the woman.

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  15. Young British Artists

    In our latest sale, we’re throwing the spotlight on Young British Artists (or YBA), the celebrated group of London-based artists that broke into the international art scene in the early 1990s. Garnering instant notoriety and critical acclaim, these artists went on to transform the Contemporary Art scene with their innovative and often provocative works.

    Click through for a sneak peek at YBA: Young British Artists, a sale which is now live for bidding on artnet Auctions

     

    • 1 year ago, 
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  16. Young British Artists

    Twenty-five years ago, Damien Hirst organized the Freeze exhibition in an empty London Port Authority building at Surrey Docks in London, England. This exhibition ushered in the new generation of Young British Artists, an era which Guardian critic, Jonathan Jones recently referred to as “the best 25 years in British art history.” 

    Pictured is Hirst’s The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, which has since become an icon of the YBA generation and Contemporary Art in general, sparking debates over the very nature of art as well as the eight-digit prices these works have commanded.

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