‘For the Love of God’ (2007) was exhibited for the third time at the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence.
In 2010 Gagosian Gallery presented a selection of twelve works from two series of Hirst paintings.
In 2010 Hirst exhibited 120 foilblock butterfly prints at Paul Stolper Gallery.
In 2010 Galeria Hilario Galguera presented a selection of 39 ‘Blue Paintings’.
To mark the centenary of the foundation of the Musée Océanographique a survey of works spanning the breadth of Hirst’s career were exhibited on the invitation of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and HRH the Princess of Hanover.
‘End of an Era’, Gagosian Gallery’s eighth solo Damien Hirst show, featured a new selection of works contributing to the ‘Natural History’, diamond cabinet, and ‘Fact’ painting series.
In an exhibition staged across White Cube’s premises in both Mason’s Yard and Hoxton Square, Hirst presented nineteen new works from the ‘Blue Paintings’ series.
In conjunction with Tate Connects, an initiative established in 2008 to develop partnerships between Tate and other UK galleries, the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, presented Hirst’s installation piece from the Tate collection, ‘Pharmacy’ (1992).
‘No Love Lost’ was the first UK exhibition of Hirst’s series of oil on canvas works collectively entitled the ‘Blue Paintings’.
‘Requiem’, a combined retrospective and exhibition of new works, was one of Hirst’s largest shows to date.