One of Hirst's sculptures is exhibited as part of a show celebrating Gagosian Beverly Hill's 20th anniversary.
Hirst's fly painting is included in a group exhibition exploring the legacy of Kazimir Malevich's 'Black Square' (1915).
Hirst's formaldehyde sculpture, 'Heaven' is included in an exhibition of work inspired by the sea.
Hirst's diamond skull is exhibited for the first time in Scandinavia, alongside a presentation of the artist's works from the Astrup Fearnley Museum's permanent collection.
'Saint Bartholomew, Exquisite Pain' (2008) is on display in the seventeenth century chapel at Chatsworth House, as part of Sotheby's annual sculpture exhibition.
A selection of Hirst's extraordinary collection of anatomical models, taxidermy, specimen and skeletons are exhibited alongside an 'Entomology Cabinet' in this major exhibition of the personal collections of post-war and contemporary artists (travelled from Barbican Art Gallery, London).
Hirst sculpture exhibited in museum show exploring the concept of love in the context of the 20th century.
Two Hirst sculptures feature in Banksy's 'festival of art, amusements and entry-level anarchism'.
Hirst's 2002-2003 sculpture goes on display in the City of London as part of annual public exhibition in the Square Mile.
An early Hirst collage is exhibited