- Currently on display
Seven major sculptures by Hirst are currently on display across Leeds and Wakefield as part of the inaugural edition of Yorkshire Sculpture International.
'With Dead Head' features in group exhibition tracing the history of self-portraiture since Rembrandt's 1665 'Self-Portrait with Two Circles'.
Fifteen pieces from Hirst's 'Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable' series are on display in Haifa Museum of Art's group show.
Seventy masterpieces from Tate's collection are on show in Berlin, in an exhibition celebrating the impact of British artists on contemporary sculpture.
Hirst's 1987 work '7 Pans' forms part of a London exhibition highlighting the work of Carl Plackman and his influence on a generation of art sudents.
Group exhibition traces the British artistic revolution of the late eighties and early nineties.
'Death is Irrelevant' on display in exhibition of work from the Marc and Livia Straus Collection.
The Natural History work, 'Heaven', now on display in an exhibition celebrating the artists, inventors and scientists of Northern England.
A selection of Hirst's Colour Space Paintings exhibited alongside a shark sculpture in New York solo show.
Hirst's pill cabinet 'The Void' (2000) is on display at the Cantor Arts Center.