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again, not strictly taxidermy but The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, Damien Hirst, 1991

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Damien Hirst - In His Infinite Wisdom, This work from Hirst’s ‘Natural History’ series consists of a calf born deformed with six legs and then preserved in a steel and glass tank filled with formaldehyde solution.

The Immortal (1997 - 2005) by Damien Hirst

Today I have a cracker of a video to share with you I really enjoyed this short documentary on Damien Hirst's Relics Exhibition held in Qatar. It is quite a thought provoking video and made me thin.

Mother and Child Divided Damien Hirst

Gormley to Hirst: today's top artists on the genius of Henry Moore

Damien Hirst ‘Mother and Child (Divided)’, exhibition copy 2007 (original © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd.

Damien Hirst - The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Somone Living

Damien Hirst: has shock art lost its bite?

Damien Hirst retrospective at Tate Modern // Damien Hirst The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living 1991 © Damien Hirst

Primal Fear and the Legacy of Damien Hirst

Primal Fear and the Legacy of Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living 1991 Glass, painted steel, silicone, monofilament, shark and formaldehyde solution 2170 x 5420 x 1800 mm

Damien Hirst - Mother and Child (Divided), 1993. The cows are removed from nature, both through their unorthodox presence within a gallery setting, and by death. The artist explains, “In a way, you understand more about living people by dealing with dead people. It’s sad but you feel more ... my cows cut up in formaldehyde have more personality than any cows walking about in fields.”

Contemporary Art Focus: Damien Hirst > conceptual artist, modern artist and visionary galore - here's why Damien Hirst remains one of the most inspiring artists of this era.

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