Under Thirty

7 November 1992 – 5 December 1992
Group Exhibition, Galerie Metropol
Vienna, Austria
 

Turner Prize Exhibition

4 November 1992 – 29 November 1992
Group Exhibition, Tate Gallery
London, United Kingdom
 

British Art

19 September 1992 – 31 October 1992
Group Exhibition, Barbara Gladstone Gallery
New York, United States
 

Avantgarde & Kampagne

18 September 1992 – 27 September 1992
Group Exhibition, Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf
Düsseldorf, Germany
 

Strange Developments

In 1992 Hirst showed the fly work ‘Let’s Eat Outdoors Today’ (1990-1991) in a group exhibition entitled ‘Strange Developments’. The exhibition, curated by Jeffrey Deitch, was held at Anthony d’Offay Gallery, where Hirst had previously worked part-time whilst a student at Goldsmiths.

10 September 1992 – 16 October 1992
Group Exhibition, Anthony d’Offay Gallery
London, United Kingdom
 

Group Exhibition

11 August 1992 – 7 September 1992
Group Exhibition, Galerie Luis Campaña
Frankfurt, Germany
 

London

9 July 1992 – 27 July 1992
Group Exhibition, Karsten Schubert Ltd.
London, United States
 

Post Human

Curated by Jeffrey Deitch

14 June 1992 – 13 September 1992
Group Exhibition, Fondation Asher Edelman
Lausanne, Switzerland
 

Made for Arolsen: Skulpturen und Projektionen

22 May 1992 – 20 September 1992
Group Exhibition, Museum Bad Arolsen, Schloss
Bad Arolsen, Germany
 

Young British Artists I

In 1992, Saatchi included Hirst in the first of his six-part series of ‘YBA’ exhibitions held at Saatchi Gallery, Boundary Road, North London. The show, in which ‘The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living’ (1991) was unveiled for the first time, featured a survey of some of Hirst’s most important works to date.

1 March 1992
Group Exhibition, Saatchi Collection
London, United Kingdom