An exhibition of selected works from the Murderme Collection opens at Newport Street Gallery

Angus Fairhurst, "Yellow Flower Attachment" (1989)
© The estate of Angus Fairhurst
Photo Stephen White
Courtesy White Cube

29 March 2017

An exhibition of selected works from Damien Hirst's Murderme collection is on display at Newport Street Gallery from 29th March to 17th April. The show is presented across two of Newport Street’s six gallery spaces and includes 31 works by 28 artists. A number of Hirst’s contemporaries are represented, including Angus Fairhurst and Michael Landy, both of whom exhibited in the seminal student exhibition ‘Freeze’, which was organised by Hirst in 1988. Also featured are emerging artists, including Sadie Laska and John Copeland, as well as giants of twentieth-century art, such as Richard Hamilton.