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DAMIEN HIRST - VOID

DAMIEN HIRST (1965-)

"Art is like medicine--it can heal. Yet I've always been amazed at how many people believe in medicine but don't believe in art, without questioning either."
Damien Hirst has continually challenged the boundaries between art, science, the media and popular culture. A 12-foot tiger shark,a cow and her calf sawn in two, pharmacy bottles, house paint poured onto spinning canvases, cigarette butts, medicine cabinets, office furniture, medical instruments, butterflies and tropical fish, and, most recently, a diamond-encrusted skull are just some of the means Damien Hirst employs to communicate his unflinching view of the ambiguity at the heart of human experience.

Void presents masterpieces from the Heiner and Celine Bastian colelction: prints, sculptures, and installations.

About the Author
Damien Hirst, born in Bristol, UK, in 1965, studied at the London Goldsmith College and organized the first Freeze show in 1988, launching the Young British Artists group. YBA's most famouse member and the 1995 Turner Prize winner, he lives in London and Devon.
Heiner Bastian, born in Rantau by the Baltic Sea in 1943, is a curator, art historian, author, book editor, and art consultant. He lives in Berlin.

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Emne Nutidskunst
Kunstner HIRST, Damien
Forfatter Edited by Celine og Heiner Bastian
Sprog Engelsk/tysk
Illustrationer 25 ill. i farver
Format / Sideantal 30 x 23 cm / 56 sider
Udgivelsesår 2008
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag schirmer/Mosel
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 9783829603478
Lev. 3 dage

DAMIEN HIRST (1965-)

"Art is like medicine--it can heal. Yet I've always been amazed at how many people believe in medicine but don't believe in art, without questioning either."
Damien Hirst has continually challenged the boundaries between art, science, the media and popular culture. A 12-foot tiger shark,a cow and her calf sawn in two, pharmacy bottles, house paint poured onto spinning canvases, cigarette butts, medicine cabinets, office furniture, medical instruments, butterflies and tropical fish, and, most recently, a diamond-encrusted skull are just some of the means Damien Hirst employs to communicate his unflinching view of the ambiguity at the heart of human experience.

Void presents masterpieces from the Heiner and Celine Bastian colelction: prints, sculptures, and installations.

About the Author
Damien Hirst, born in Bristol, UK, in 1965, studied at the London Goldsmith College and organized the first Freeze show in 1988, launching the Young British Artists group. YBA's most famouse member and the 1995 Turner Prize winner, he lives in London and Devon.
Heiner Bastian, born in Rantau by the Baltic Sea in 1943, is a curator, art historian, author, book editor, and art consultant. He lives in Berlin.