Hirst's 'Kaleidoscope' painting, 'The Kingdom of the Father' (2007) is included in this major exhibition of work focusing on our relationship with wildlife and nature.
Hirst's contemporary cabinet of curiosities is on display at the legendary Parisian house of taxidermy, Deyrolle.
Curated by Gallery Pangolin, 'Crucible 2' includes over 100 sculptures, on display both inside, and in the grounds, of Gloucester Cathedral.
A selection of Hirst's 2008 series of butterfly 'Kaleidoscope' paintings are exhibited in Hirst's first solo show in Sweden.
A Damien Hirst spin painting embellished with diamonds and butterflies, and a Kaleidoscope 'Psalm' painting are on display as part of this group exhibition.
Over forty works by thirty-three key artists from the Pinault Collection are on display in Monaco.
This exhibition, a collaboration between bo.lee projects and St Edmund in the City, brings together a collection of artworks which meditate upon the passage of life and inevitability of death.
Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist have invited international artists to each exhibit work in an individual room. The exhibition explores the relationship between space, time and physicality with an artwork whose 'material' is the human being.
The second in this series of public cultural initiative, Icastica: Restart (2014) involves a varied programme of art, theatre, ballet, design and more, taking place throughout the town of Arezzo.
Arp Museum's major new group show is entitlted: 'In the flesh. The Human Body between Lust and Pain'.