Damien Hirst, an influential artist associated with the Young British Artists movement, gained fame in the late 1980s for his unconventional approach to contemporary art. Known for works like dead animals in formaldehyde, spot paintings, and the diamond-studded skull in “For the Love of God,” Hirst explores themes of religion, mortality, and desire. His role in curating the groundbreaking exhibition “Freeze” in 1988 marked a pivotal moment in his career. Hirst has been featured in major exhibitions at esteemed institutions globally.

L-Isoleucine-Methyl-Ester, 2018

46 3/8 x 33 3/4 in

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Rain of birds and Flowers, 2022

Acrylic on paper
22 x 30 in