This key exhibition was Hirst’s first solo show of new work in London since 1995, White Cube.
Hirst first exhibition of drawings was included in the 25th Ljubljana International Biennale of Graphic Arts in association with the British Council.
Aurel Scheibler gallery presented an exhibition of Hirst's print portfolio 'In a spin, the action of the world on things' in 2003.
A major exhibition of Hirst works inaugurated Charles Saatchi’s new gallery space at County Hall, London, in 2003.
This major exhibition of new Hirst works was chosen by Gagosian Gallery to inaugurate its newly remodelled New York gallery in West 24th Street in 2000.
After acquiring ‘Pharmacy’ in 1996, the installation was exhibited at Tate Britain.
‘The Beautiful Afterlife’ included eleven new Hirst works.
‘No Sense of Absolute Corruption’, presented by Gagosian Gallery, New York, was Hirst’s largest solo show to date.
‘Still’ was Hirst’s earliest solo show at White Cube gallery, then based in Jay Jopling’s first exhibition space at Duke Street, London.
In 1995 Hirst won the second Eliette von Karajan Prize for young artists on the recommendation of Georg Baselitz.