Damien Hirst Prints

Damien Hirst’s career started out as being a member, better yet cited as the most famous member of the YBA’s (Young British Artists). His works use modes of display borrowed from science – such as his Pharmacy ­­– in which a sense of excess can be inferred. Excess can too be seen through his “dot” paintings that actually are the chemical compositions to pharmaceutical drugs. Or rather, it is not excess that is being exemplified in some cases, such as his Mother and Child Divided, but science is still a key notion. In such a work, and other works like The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, science is of high importance whether he is putting a calf and her child literally split down the middle in formaldehyde for all to observe or whether he is putting a dead shark in a tank. Hirst uses the shock factor to grab the attention of his viewer.

Diacetoxyscirpenol

Plaia & Bardi

Diacetoxyscirpenol

Plaia & Bardi

New Beginnings

Plaia & Bardi

New Beginnings

Plaia & Bardi

New Beginnings

Plaia & Bardi

New Beginnings

Plaia & Bardi

New Beginnings

Plaia & Bardi

New Beginnings

Plaia & Bardi

New Beginnings

Plaia & Bardi

New Beginnings

Plaia & Bardi

The Souls IV - Fuchsia Pink/Raven Black

Opus

The Souls II - Turquoise/Oriental Gold/Blind Impression

Opus

The Souls II - Turquoise/Silver Gloss/Oriental Gold

Opus

The Souls II - Turquoise/Oriental Gold/Silver Gloss

Opus

Black Brilliant Utopia

Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art

Phenyl Salicylate

Taglialatella Galleries

The Souls IV - Loganberry Pink/Raven Black/Silver Gloss

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

The Souls III - Silver Gloss/Chocolate/Chocolate

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)