Damien Hirst, to Live Forever (for a While)

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Damien Hirst, to Live Forever (for a While)
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Description
An extraordinary volume celebrating Damien Hirst's masterworks.

With a central theme of death, this exhibition catalog features a comprehensive collection of Hirst's most iconic pieces, carefully curated to provide visitors with a transformative artistic journey. From the awe-inspiring and iconic formaldehyde series, including the renowned shark piece, Death Denied, to the intricate and mesmerizing butterfly collages, each artwork showcases Hirst's unwavering ability to captivate audiences and stimulate contemplation.

This major exhibition of the works of Damien Hirst, held together with the artist's studio, is the highlight of Museo Jumex's 10th anniversary and the artist's first major exhibition in Mexico City. Damien Hirst has described Mexico as a second home and has drawn inspiration from Mexican culture, such as the Day of the Dead, in many of his most iconic works. The exhibition features more than 50 works originating from more than fifteen collections around the world.

Description

An extraordinary volume celebrating Damien Hirst's masterworks.

With a central theme of death, this exhibition catalog features a comprehensive collection of Hirst's most iconic pieces, carefully curated to provide visitors with a transformative artistic journey. From the awe-inspiring and iconic formaldehyde series, including the renowned shark piece, Death Denied, to the intricate and mesmerizing butterfly collages, each artwork showcases Hirst's unwavering ability to captivate audiences and stimulate contemplation.

This major exhibition of the works of Damien Hirst, held together with the artist's studio, is the highlight of Museo Jumex's 10th anniversary and the artist's first major exhibition in Mexico City. Damien Hirst has described Mexico as a second home and has drawn inspiration from Mexican culture, such as the Day of the Dead, in many of his most iconic works. The exhibition features more than 50 works originating from more than fifteen collections around the world.

ISBN
9788891841438
Publisher
Publication Date
June 10, 2024
Binding
Hardcover
Item Condition
New