Hirst's formaldehyde sculpture 'Black Sheep with Golden Horns' is included in an exhibition exploring the biblical story of Abraham and Isaac.
Hirst's fish tank sculpture, 'Lost Love' (2000), is one of three works to inaugurate the Cisterna, a space within the Prada Foundation's new building in Milan.
Highlights from the Zabludowicz Collection's two decades of acquisitions go on display, including an early Hirst butterfly painting.
Hirst's 'Kaleidoscope' painting goes on display in exhibition dedicated to Dries van Noten (travelled from Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris).
A selection of Hirst's extraordinary collection of anatomical models, taxidermy, specimen and skeletons are exhibited alongside an 'Entomology Cabinet' in this major exhibition of the personal collections of post-war and contemporary artists.
Seven artists examine the cultural history of Britain with Hirst works featuring as part of Roger Hiorns' examination of the BSE epidemic.
An exhibition focusing on the historical as well as iconographic significance of the depiction of the bed, spanning old masters to present-day artists.
Turner Contemporary's group exhibition examines the role of self-portraiture within the history of art from the seventeenth century to modern day.