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He worked for two years on London building sites, then studied Fine Art at Goldsmiths College —89 ,  although again he was refused a place the first time he applied.
I still can't get it out of my head. In July , in his second year at Goldsmiths College, Hirst was the main organiser of an independent student exhibition, Freeze , in a disused London Port Authority administrative block in London's Docklands.
He gained sponsorship for this event from the London Docklands Development Corporation. Hirst's own contribution to the show consisted of a cluster of cardboard boxes painted with household paint.
Seeking a gallery dealer, he first approached Karsten Schubert , but was turned down. Hirst, along with his friend Carl Freedman and Billee Sellman, curated two enterprising "warehouse" shows in , Modern Medicine and Gambler , in a Bermondsey former Peek Freans biscuit factory they designated "Building One".
At the moment if I did certain things people would look at it, consider it and then say 'f off'. But after a while you can get away with things.
His first solo exhibition, organised by Tamara Chodzko — Dial, In and Out of Love , was held in an unused shop on Woodstock Street in central London in ;  already in he had been part of a group exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Arts ,  and the Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery in Paris.
In , Charles Saatchi had offered to fund whatever artwork Hirst wanted to make, and the result was showcased in in the first Young British Artists exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in North London.
As a result of the show, Hirst was nominated for that year's Turner Prize , but it was awarded to Grenville Davey.
Hirst's first major international presentation was in the Venice Biennale in with the work, Mother and Child Divided , a cow and a calf cut into sections and exhibited in a series of separate vitrines.
On 9 May, Mark Bridger, a year-old artist from Oxford, walked into the gallery and poured black ink into the tank, and retitled the work Black Sheep.
He was subsequently prosecuted, at Hirst's wish, and was given two years' probation. When a photograph of Away from the Flock was reproduced in the book by Hirst I want to spend the rest of my life everywhere, with everyone, one-to-one, always, forever, now, the vandalism was referenced by allowing the tank to be obscured by pulling a card, reproducing the effect of ink being poured into the tank; this resulted in Hirst being sued by Bridger for violating his copyright on Black Sheep.
In , Hirst won the Turner Prize. New York public health officials banned Two Fucking and Two Watching featuring a rotting cow and bull, because of fears of "vomiting among the visitors".
There were solo shows in Seoul , London and Salzburg. He directed the video for the song " Country House " for the band Blur. In the Sensation exhibition opened at the Royal Academy in London.
A Thousand Years and other works by Hirst were included, but the main controversy occurred over other artists' works.
It was nevertheless seen as the formal acceptance of the YBAs into the establishment. Hirst also painted a simple colour pattern for the Beagle 2 probe.
This pattern was to be used to calibrate the probe's cameras after it had landed on Mars. He turned down the British Council 's invitation to be the UK's representative at the Venice Biennale because "it didn't feel right".
Hirst was then sued himself for breach of copyright over this sculpture see Appropriation below. It was wicked, but it was devised in this way for this kind of impact.
It was devised visually You've got to hand it to them on some level because they've achieved something which nobody would have ever have thought possible, especially to a country as big as America.
So on one level they kind of need congratulating, which a lot of people shy away from, which is a very dangerous thing.
The next week, following public outrage at his remarks, he issued a statement through his company, Science Ltd:. I apologise unreservedly for any upset I have caused, particularly to the families of the victims of the events on that terrible day.
In , Hirst gave up smoking and drinking after his wife Maia had complained and "had to move out because I was so horrible".
He had met Joe Strummer former lead singer of The Clash at Glastonbury in , becoming good friends and going on annual family holidays with him.
Just before Christmas , Strummer died of a heart attack. This had a profound effect on Hirst, who said, "It was the first time I felt mortal.
This brought a developing strain in his relationship with Saatchi to a head  one source of contention had been who was most responsible for boosting their mutual profile.
Hirst disassociated himself from the retrospective to the extent of not including it in his CV. He only recognises art with his wallet In Hirst's version the collecting box is shown broken open and is empty.
Charity was exhibited in the centre of Hoxton Square , in front of White Cube. Inside the gallery downstairs were 12 vitrines representing Jesus's disciples, each case containing mostly gruesome, often blood-stained, items relevant to the particular disciple.
At the end was an empty vitrine, representing Christ. Upstairs were four small glass cases, each containing a cow's head stuck with scissors and knives.
It has been described as an "extraordinarily spiritual experience" in the tradition of Catholic imagery. On 24 May , a fire in the Momart storage warehouse destroyed many works from the Saatchi collection, including 17 of Hirst's, although the sculpture Charity survived, as it was outside in the builder's yard.
There's not really a feud. If I see him, we speak, but we were never really drinking buddies. Hirst designed a cover image for the Band Aid 20 charity single featuring the " Grim Reaper " in late , and image showing an African child perched on his knee.
Sir Nicholas Serota had wanted to acquire it for the Tate Gallery, and Hugo Swire , Shadow Minister for the Arts, tabled a question to ask if the government would ensure it stayed in the country.
They were closely based on photos, mostly by assistants who were rotated between paintings but with a final finish by Hirst.
A Thousand Years  contains an actual life cycle. Maggots hatch inside a white minimal box, turn into flies, then feed on a bloody, severed cow's head on the floor of a claustrophobic glass vitrine.
Above, hatched flies buzz around in the closed space. Many meet a violent end in an insect-o-cutor; others survive to continue the cycle. Hirst gained the world record for the most expensive work of art by a living artist —his Lullaby Spring in June ,  when a 3-metre-wide steel cabinet with 6, pills sold for The centre-piece, a Memento Mori titled For the Love of God , was a human skull recreated in platinum and adorned with 8, diamonds weighing a total of 1, It was modelled on an 18th-century skull, but the only surviving human part of the original is the teeth.
It didn't sell outright,  and on 30 August was sold to a consortium that included Hirst himself and his gallery White Cube.
In November , the skull was exhibited at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam next to an exhibition of paintings from the museum collection selected by Hirst.
Wim Pijbes, the museum director, said of the exhibition, "It boosts our image. Of course, we do the Old Masters but we are not a 'yesterday institution'.
It's for now. And Damien Hirst shows this in a very strong way. In December , Hirst contacted the Design and Artists Copyright Society DACS demanding action be taken over works containing images of his skull sculpture For the Love of God made by a year-old graffiti artist, Cartrain , and sold on the internet gallery artworks.
Ask yourself, what portion of the original—and not just the quantity but also the quality—appears in the new work? If a 'substantial portion' of the 'original' appears in the new work, then that's all you need for copyright infringement In October , Hirst revealed that he had been painting with his own hand in a style influenced by Francis Bacon for several years.
Hirst's representation of the British Union Flag formed the arena centrepiece for the Summer Olympics closing ceremony in London. In April , a study published in Analytical Methods claimed Hirst's preserved carcasses leaked formaldehyde gas above legal limits at Tate Modern ; however, this study was shown to be flawed.
In he organised with Pinault Foundation a solo exhibition, in Venice contemporarily to the Biennale in two places in the city: Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana.
The title is Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable , purporting to present ancient treasures from a sunken Greek ship, with pieces that range from Ancient Egyptian-alike items to Disney character reproductions, encrusted with shells and corals.
Some of Hirst's principal works are as follows. This artwork features a large tiger shark suspended in formaldehyde. The tank in which the shark is floating creates the illusion of the animal being cut into three pieces due to the container looking like three separate sections.
The work was created in , and since then, the formaldehyde preserving the shark has slowly eaten away at the animal's body, which shows signs of decay.
Some critics argue that the minimalistic qualities of the work, coinciding with the 'stereotypical' death theme, are too bland for such a prestigious artist.
One critic wrote, "But the famous shark, shackled to its coffeebar-existentialist title — The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living — seems ever more dilapidated, more fairground sideshow, with every dowdy showing.
People always worry that money somehow tarnishes art, but I always thought it was disgusting that people like Van Gogh never made any money.
Most people worry that somehow you lose your integrity. Frank said to me a long time ago: "Always have to make sure that you use the money to chase the art and not the art to chase the money.
In November , Hirst was curator of In the darkest hour there may be light , shown at the Serpentine Gallery, London, the first public exhibition of a small part of his own collection.
Hirst is currently restoring the Grade I listed Toddington Manor , near Cheltenham, where he intends to eventually house the complete collection.
In , Hirst was among the unsuccessful bidders to take over the Magazine Building, a 19th-century structure in Kensington Gardens , which reopened in as the Serpentine Sackler Gallery after its conversion by Zaha Hadid.
The Newport Street Gallery opened in October It is located in a former theater carpentry and scenery production workshops redesigned by Peter St John and Adam Caruso , and runs the length of Newport Street in Vauxhall.
Hirst won the Turner Prize in In , Hirst was among the British cultural icons selected by artist Sir Peter Blake to appear in a new version of his album cover for the Beatles' Sgt.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band , to celebrate the British cultural figures of his life that he most admires. Hirst has been praised in recognition of his celebrity and the way this has galvanised interest in the arts, raising the profile of British art and helping to re create the image of " Cool Britannia.
Andres Serrano is also known for shocking work and understands that contemporary fame does not necessarily equate to lasting fame, but backs Hirst: "Damien is very clever First you get the attention Whether or not it will stand the test of time, I don't know, but I think it will.
It is very difficult to be an artist when there is huge public and media attention. Because Damien Hirst has been built up as a very important figure, there are plenty of sceptics ready to put the knife in.
Tracey Emin said: "There is no comparison between him and me; he developed a whole new way of making art and he's clearly in a league of his own.
It would be like making comparisons with Warhol. General art books dated will be as brutal about editing the late 20th century as they are about almost all other centuries.
There has been equally vehement opposition to Hirst's work. Of Hirst's work, the former Evening Standard art critic, Brian Sewell , expressed the following: "I don't think of it as art It is no more interesting than a stuffed pike over a pub door.
Indeed there may well be more art in a stuffed pike than a dead sheep. The Stuckist art group was founded in with a specific anti-Britart agenda by Charles Thomson and Billy Childish ;  Hirst is one of their main targets.
They wrote referring to a Channel 4 programme on Hirst :. The fact that Hirst's work does mirror society is not its strength but its weakness — and the reason it is guaranteed to decline artistically and financially as current social modes become outmoded.
What Hirst has insightfully observed of his spin-paintings in Life and Death and Damien Hirst is the only comment that needs to be made of his entire oeuvre: "They're bright and they're zany — but there's fuck all there at the end of the day.
Hirst's show, No Love Lost , of paintings by his own hand, at the Wallace Collection in London, received "one of the most unanimously negative responses to any exhibition in living memory".
It's often been proposed, seriously, that Damien Hirst is a greater artist than Michelangelo because he had the idea for a shark in a tank whereas Michelangelo didn't have the idea for his David … [but] The emperor has nothing on.
When the penny drops that these are not art, it's all going to collapse. Hirst should not be in the Tate. He's not an artist.
What separates Michelangelo from Hirst is that Michelangelo was an artist and Hirst isn't. Hirst's retrospective at the Tate Gallery, while setting records for attendance, also received many complaints.
Hirst's work has also been a frequent subject of criticism in the tabloid press. A Daily Mail headline read: "For 1, years art has been one of our great civilising forces.
Today, pickled sheep and soiled beds threaten to make barbarians of us all. The works of the 'artist' are lumps of dead animals.
There are thousands of young artists who didn't get a look in, presumably because their work was too attractive to sane people.
Modern art experts never learn. In , Hirst was sued for breach of copyright over his sculpture, Hymn , which was a foot 6.
Hirst also agreed to restrictions on further reproductions of his sculpture. In , a graphic artist and former research associate at the Royal College of Art , Robert Dixon , author of ' Mathographics ', alleged that Hirst's print Valium had "unmistakable similarities" to one of his own designs.
Hirst's manager contested this by explaining the origin of Hirst's piece was from a book The Penguin Dictionary of Curious and Interesting Geometry —not realising this was one place where Dixon's design had been published.
In , artist John LeKay , a friend of Damien Hirst between and , was reported by Dalya Alberge of The Times to have provided ideas and inspirations for a variety of his later works, including having given him a "marked-up duplicate copy" of a Carolina Biological Supply Company catalogue that LeKay had been using as inspiration and supply for his work, noting that "You have no idea how much he got from this catalogue.
The Cow Divided is on page —it is a model of a cow divided down the centre, like his piece", a reference to Hirst's work Mother and Child, Divided , a cow and calf cut in half and placed in formaldehyde.
In , in 3:AM Magazine and in The Jackdaw , Charles Thomson argued that there are 15 cases where Hirst plagiarised the work of others, including his enlarged version of an anatomical torso model, Hymn which Thomson presents alongside a comparable John LeKay's anatomical torso model from Carolina Science, Yin and Yang , and Hirst's In Nomine Patris [ In the Name of the Father ] , which presents a split-open crucified sheep in a tank of formaldehyde, after John LeKay's comparably posed split-open crucified sheep, entitled This is My Body, This is My Blood mounted on a wooden board.
Commenting on his collection, Hirst has said "As a human being, as you go through life, you just do collect.
Although Hirst participated physically in the making of early works,  he has always needed assistants—for instance, Carl Freedman helped with the first vitrines  —and the current volume of work produced necessitates a "factory" setup.
Hirst said that he only painted five spot paintings himself because, "I couldn't be fucking arsed doing it"; he described his efforts as "shite"—"They're shit compared to She's brilliant.
Absolutely fucking brilliant. The best spot painting you can have by me is one painted by Rachel. Hirst told her to, "'make one of your own. Hirst sees the real creative act as being the conception, not the execution, and that, as the progenitor of the idea, he is therefore the artist:.
Art goes on in your head If you said something interesting, that might be a title for a work of art and I'd write it down. Art comes from everywhere.
It's your response to your surroundings. There are on-going ideas I've been working out for years, like how to make a rainbow in a gallery.
I've always got a massive list of titles, of ideas for shows, and of works without titles. Hirst is also known to volunteer repair work on his projects after a client has made a purchase.
For example, this service was offered in the case of the suspended shark purchased by Steven A. His best-known restaurant involvement was Pharmacy , located in Notting Hill , London, which closed in Some of the work had been adapted, e.
Hirst is a co-owner of the seafood restaurant, 11 The Quay, in the English seaside town of Ilfracombe. It is said to be the largest amount raised by any living artist to date.
Hirst and Norman were never married,  although Hirst had referred to Norman as his " common-law wife ". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Damien Genre Drama Horror.
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