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Artwork - Damien Hirst - The Immaculate Heart - Sacred

Damien Hirst

Contemporary Artist, London

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Damien Hirst

What is the meaning of life?
Damien Hirst struggles with this fundamental question, as we all do. In his search for understanding, the artist brings together themes about death, art, science, and religion. As a result iconic subjects have emerged like Damien Hirst's skull, butterfly, shark, Mickey, and pills!

As one of the most notorious artists of his generation, Damien Hirst's art pushes the limits of fine art and good taste. Through his installations, sculptures, drawings, and paintings, Hirst explores themes including religion, mortality, and desire.

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