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Damien Hirst: To be or not to be an artist

Art Market | Damien Hirst’s current strategy contrasts with the one that earned him a reputation for being the “terrible child” of British art when he started out. From being over exposed in the media during the 2000s through a series of memorable appearances, his public speaking has since seemed rarer. This change in communication extends to his artistic practice and his relationship to the market. To be or not to be an artist.

Damien Hirst avec l’une de ses nouvelles oeuvres ‘‘Veil Paintings‘‘ à la Galerie Gagosian à Beverly Hills © Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times
Damien Hirst avec l’une de ses nouvelles oeuvres "Veil Paintings" à la Galerie Gagosian à Beverly Hills
© Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times

In 2017, the Pinault Collection gave Damien Hirst free rein to expose in the Palazzo Grassi and the Punta della Cana. Titled […]

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Damien Hirst avec l’une de ses nouvelles oeuvres “Veil Paintings“ à la Galerie Gagosian à Beverly Hills © Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times

Damien Hirst avec l’une de ses nouvelles oeuvres "Veil Paintings" à la Galerie Gagosian à Beverly Hills
© Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times

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