'William Hunter to Damien Hirst: The Dead Teaching the Living' at the Hunterian Art Gallery in Glasgow features objects and artworks that explore the historical and contemporary connections between art and science.
At the centre of the exhibition is Hirst's instrument cabinet 'Necromancer' (2007). This piece comes from the collection of renowned art dealer, collector and curator Anthony d’Offay.
Also featured are rarely seen items from the collections of Hunterian founder Dr William Hunter, plus new works by artists Scott Rogers and Catherine Street.
The exhibition is curated by students from the MLitt Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) programme, established jointly between the University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art. This exhibition is part of Glasgow International Festival 2016.