‘Internal Affairs’ was Hirst’s first solo exhibition at a public gallery. It included works from Hirst’s most autobiographical series.
‘When Logics Die’ was Hirst’s first solo exhibition in Europe.
‘In and Out of Love’, an exhibition of the eponymous installation, was Hirst’s first solo exhibition in London. The piece is one of his most important early works.
Hirst’s second solo show was hosted at the Third Eye Centre, Glasgow (which now houses the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow). The exhibition consisted of an installation in which the white walls of the gallery foyer were painted in their entirety with ‘Pharmaceutical’ spots.
‘Constructions and Sculptures’ was Hirst’s first solo exhibition.