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Born in Bristol in the UK in 1965, Damien Hirst is one of the most controversial and highly regarded artists of his generation. His wide-ranging practice, which includes installation, painting, sculpture and drawing, challenges the boundaries between art, science and popular culture. This book traces Hirst's career.
Hardcover, 229 pages
Published April 1st 2012 by Tate Publishing (UK)
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Louise Armstrong
Nov 01, 2016 Louise Armstrong rated it it was ok
There are some pictures in this - obviously - and some essays by other writers about the art, which I didn't fancy, and in the middle of the book, one interview with the artist, which I did read, but overall, I wasn't grabbed by this book.

It's for people who like sentences like this: "Minimally anthropomorphic, it was mischievously poised between playfulness and danger and presaged later works such as..." BLEAH!!!
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