Damien Hirst requires no introduction. He is one of the world’s most prominent and controversial living artists; whose extensive practice has challenged the boundaries between art, science, religion, the media and popular culture. His work explores the uncertainties of human existence through unconventional and unexpected media and imagery.
While still a student at Goldsmiths College in 1988, Hirst curated and exhibited in the now renowned student exhibition Freeze, a seminal event in the formation of the Young British Artists: the cutting-edge, revolutionary group promoted by Charles Saatchi in the 1990s. In 1995 Hirst gained institutional acclaim when he was awarded the Turner Prize and since then he has continued to create visually arresting and conceptually provocative work which unfailingly generates thought, opinion and debate.
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