23 September 2014

Damien Hirst interviewed in Evening Standard Magazine

Ahead of his solo exhibition of new sculptural editions at Paul Stolper Gallery, the artist speaks to Matthew D'Ancona.
 
1 September 2014

Hirst works on display in Gloucester Cathedral

'Crucible2' which has been curated by Gallery Pangolin includes two Hirst sculptures which are installed within the Cathedral until October 31st.
 
7 August 2014

Hirst's 'Psalm' paintings to go on display in Stockholm

A selection of Hirst's 2008 series of butterfly 'Kaleidoscope' paintings are to be exhibited in a solo show at McCabe Fine Art, Stockholm.
 
24 July 2014

Hirst sculpture auctioned in aid of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation

At last night's inaugural charity gala, Hirst's magnificent gilded unicorn raised €4.5 million for the Foundation's environmental work.
 
14 July 2014

London sculpture walk's inaugural display to include Damien Hirst work

The Line, a three-mile sculpture walk linking the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, will create a permanent world-class outdoor exhibition space in east London.
 
24 June 2014

Kids Company launch 'See the Child' campaign

Damien Hirst voices support for Kids Company's petition to overhaul social care and mental health services for vulnerable children in the UK.
 
16 June 2014

Hirst's 'Twins' installation on display at Art Basel

The 1992 piece is being exhibited on the invitation of Hans Ulrich Obrist and Klaus Biesenbach as part of '14 Rooms'.
 
23 May 2014

Hirst's mammoth raises 11 million euros for amfAR's AIDS research

'Gone but not Forgotten' (2014) is the highest grossing lot in amfAR's history.
 
19 May 2014

Damien Hirst unveils gilded mammoth skeleton to be auctioned in aid of amfAR

The artist has donated ‘Gone but not Forgotten’ (2014) to amfAR's annual Cinema Against AIDS gala, to be held on Thursday 22nd May.
 
25 April 2014

DAMIEN HIRST / ARNULF RAINER (commotion) now on display

The two-man show combines Hirst's paintings with key Arnulf Rainer works, at the Arnulf Rainer Museum in Baden, Austria until October 5th.