Damien Hirst "One Thousand Years" This man is brilliant. It doesn't seem like art at first, it's just disgusting, but he enabled us to view all the stages of life at one time. birth, life, and death. the flies are born, they live off of the cow's head, and some will die in the bug zapper. some will live and the cycle will continue. outside it is clean, but we get to look in on the mess that life really is

Damien Hirst "One Thousand Years" He enabled us to view all the stages of life at one time. birth, life, and death. the flies are born, they live off of the cow's head, and some will die in the bug zapper. some will live and the cycle will continue.

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Damien Hirst Peddles Embalmed Unicorns

DAMIEN HIRST http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/damien-hirst/ #conceptualart…

Damien Hirst is one of the most known and wealthiest living contemporary artists, creating notorious work that marked the art of Britain in the

Damien Hirst - For the Love of God, 2007. ‘For the Love of God’ acts as a reminder that our existence on earth is transient. Hirst combined the imagery of classic memento mori with inspiration drawn from Aztec skulls and the Mexican love of decoration and attitude towards death. He explains of death: “You don’t like it, so you disguise it or you decorate it to make it look like something bearable – to such an extent that it becomes something else.”

'For the Love of God' is now on display for the first time in Scandinavia at the Astrup Fearnley Museum in Oslo alongside a presentation of the artist's works from the museum's permanent collection. (Photo by Prudence Cuming Associates)

Damien Hirst: Charity (2002-2003) Photographed by Mike Parsons © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS 2015

Damien Hirst: Charity Photographed by Mike Parsons © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS 2015

'I saw this Hirst fly piece and it really worked.' bacon

'I saw this Hirst fly piece and it really worked.

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