In the first major retrospective of Damien Hirst’s work to be held in British institution, Tate Modern present major works spanning twenty-five years of the artist’s career.
A selection of Hirst works are on display in the Devon restaurant part-owned by the artist.
An exhibition of new inkjet and foil block prints depicting some of Hirst’s most enduring subjects.
Conceived as a single exhibition, Gagosian Gallery presented ‘The Complete Spot Paintings 1986-2011’ across locations in: New York (Madison Avenue, West 24th Street, West 21st Street); Beverly Hills; London (Britannia Street, Davies Street); Paris; Rome; Geneva; Athens and Hong Kong in a show of unprecedented scale.
Due to the generous donation of the Merla Art Foundation a major collection of seminal Hirst works can currently be seen in one of Denmark's most important galleries.
The touring ‘ARTIST ROOMS’ exhibition devoted to Hirst, shown in the city in which he grew up, comprised fourteen important works, taken predominantly from the d’Offay collection, with loans from the Arts Council and the artist.
Hirst’s bronze sculpture ‘Charity’ (2002-2003) is currently installed on the balcony of the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol.
In 2008, Anthony d’Offay, with the support of the National Heritage Memorial Fund, the Art Fund and the Scottish and British UK Governments, gifted a large collection of contemporary art jointly to Tate and the National Galleries of Scotland. The collection as a whole is known as ‘ARTIST ROOMS’, with individual ‘Rooms’ being devoted to specific artists.
This exhibition of new works inaugurated Gagosian Gallery’s new Hong Kong space.
L & M Gallery’s exhibition of eighteen early ‘Medicine Cabinets’ brought together important works from one of Hirst’s most iconic series.