Damien Hirst

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The Guardian › Lifestyle › 1 day ago
Artist says his class photos on show at Tate Britain could be a catalyst for UK schoolchildren
The Guardian › 3 days ago
Two recently opened London theatres make their mark, with love and loss round the camp fire, and a sparky reworking of High Fidelity that just needs a few good tunes
The New York Times › Entertainment › 3 days ago
Employees were laid off after moving to unionize. Now a union is filing a charge at the National Labor Relations Board.
The New York Times › Entertainment › 3 days ago
Her sculptures, which often incorporated tree trunks and animal carcasses, emphasized commonality and connection between humans, animals and the earth.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 4 days ago
Trivia buffs: test your knowledge with today's Good Weekend quiz.
The New York Times › Entertainment › 5 days ago
The museum said it was anticipating discussions. Then it laid off visitors services associates and said it was closed to the public.
BBC News › Entertainment › 1 week ago
Categories are cut and fan votes are cancelled as producers tackle falling ratings.
Evening Standard › 1 week ago
The prestigious terrace in Regent's Park is already home to a number of high profile celebs and has hosted parties attended by royalty and prime ministers.
Forbes › Finance › 3 weeks ago
The Saudi government says it plans to develop what will be a rival to the growing number of expensively-constructed museums and gallery in nearby Qatar and the UAE
The Guardian › 3 weeks ago
Editor of the Guardian’s Weekend magazine who went on to become a trenchant, witty and much admired columnist
The Wall Street Journal › 3 weeks ago
A New York City renovation resulted in a bold and graphic art-filled space to dine in and to admire
The Guardian › Entertainment › 0 month ago
The former YBA once put a plaque up to himself – but these days he’s more likely to be getting locked up with Extinction Rebellion. He’s even recycling his urine
CNN › Lifestyle › 0 month ago
As names go, it's quite a mouthful -- Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. But it's one that everybody in the world of contemporary art knows.
Daily Mail Online › 1 month ago
Banksy is at the centre of a storm over whether the painting Devolved Parliament is actually his after selling for a whopping £9.9 million at auction. The art world is wondering who is actually behind it.
Mirror Online › 1 month ago
The Rolling Stones legend reveals in a new documentary about his life that at the height of his addiction he was taking a bunsen burner to parties to smoke cocaine
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