Damien Hirst Biography
Damien Hirst, who grew up in Leeds, was born in Bristol, England, in 1965, He moved to London In 1984 and worked in a construction firm before obtaining BA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths school between 1986 and 1989. He got the Turner Prize award in 1995.
Entering the universal art scene in the mid-’90s Hirst is among the most mainstream artists that rose up out of the Young British Artist Association. Despite the fact that Hirst is best known for some of his prior works which comprise of different farm animals soaked in formaldehyde, Hirst has likewise been extremely active with his twist painting that is using centrifugal force for scattering paint on a turning canvas), spot artistic creations and sculptures.
Hirst built up his enthusiasm for investigating death’s “unacceptable idea” as a young person in Leeds. At sixteen, he started making frequent visits to the department of anatomy at Leeds Medical School to make life drawings. The encounters help to build up the challenges he saw in accommodating the possibility of death in life. Speaking of the outstanding quality of death in one of his work done in 1990, called ‘A Thousand Years’ “You can unnerve individuals with death or their very own thought mortality, or it can give them strength.
While at Goldsmiths, his intellectual capacity of the difference amongst sculpturing and painting altogether, and he started working on some of his most critical series. He made the ‘Drug Cabinets’ in his second year, and that consolidated the style of moderation with Hirst’s perception that, “the new religion for many individuals is science. It’s as necessary and as complicated as