Damien Hirst at Gagosian New York

St. Paul’s, Duomo, set of 8 silk screen prints, glazed the sprinkled with diamond dust. Damien Hirst interprets famous church stain glass by kalidescopic butterfly silkscreens.

This is a refreshing change from typical Damien Hirst oeuvre. The Gagosian Madison Avenue, gives us a small Hirst show romantic illusion to relgion, beautiful works. I saw a recent exhibition at the White Cube where Hirst used the same technique with silkscreened blood cells, collaging human hair and scalpel blades upon the canvas in works titled with disease names.

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