20 December 2012

View the progress of a ‘Fact’ painting in timelapse

The first three months fabrication process of the oil on canvas work has been viewable by way of our live studio feed.
30 November 2012

SFMOMA opens major group exhibition of works from the Logan Collection

Damien Hirst is included amongst the key international artists in an extraordinary display celebrating 15 years since the Logans gift to the museum.
15 November 2012

‘Verity’ attracts thousands to Ilfracombe

Since her hoist in mid October, Hirst’s monumental bronze sculpture has prompted a dramatic increase in visitors to the Devon town.
10 November 2012

Exhibition of works from Damien Hirst’s Murderme Collection now open in Turin

From 10th November the Pinacoteca Agnelli are presenting a wide selection of pieces from Hirst’s extraordinary collection, which includes Bacon, Koons and Warhol amongst others.
2 November 2012

Follow the fabrication and installation of ‘Verity’

Hirst’s monumental bronze has been erected and now stands facing seawards over twenty metres tall, following almost two years planning and production.
17 October 2012

‘Verity’ is hoisted on Ilfracombe Pier!

Hirst’s monumental bronze has been erected and now stands facing seawards over twenty metres tall.

11 October 2012

Damien Hirst spin paintings auctioned in aid of Kids Company

As part of the annual Kids Company gala auction dinner, two paper spin paintings, made by Hirst and Kids Co founder Camila Batmanghelidjh, have raised over seventy thousand pounds.
10 October 2012

A new work is now viewable on the live studio feed

The previous piece, part of Hirst’s new ‘Pie Charts and Signs’ series is viewable via timelapse film. It has now been replaced with a ‘Fact’ painting.
5 October 2012

Damien Hirst artwork for ‘AKA Peace’ tops auction

Hirst’s re-interpretation of an AK-47 rifle was exhibited as part of an event curated by Jake Chapman before being auctioned for the charity.
1 October 2012

The Astrup Fearnley Museum’s significant Hirst collection is now on display

The newly reopened Norwegian museum contains a collection of seminal Hirst works in a specifically designed wing, including the iconic ‘Natural History’ work ‘Mother and Child (Divided)’.