Turner Prize: A Retrospective

2 October 2007 – 6 January 2008
Group Exhibition, Tate Britain
London , United Kingdom
 

Contemporary and Cutting Edge: Pleasures of Collecting, Part III

29 September 2007 – 6 January 2008
Group Exhibition, Bruce Museum
Greenwich, United States
 

Pop Art is…

This major group exhibition was organised to mark the fiftieth anniversary of Richard Hamilton's visionary definition of Pop Art.

27 September 2007 – 10 November 2007
Group Exhibition, Gagosian Gallery, Britannia Street
London , United Kingdom
 

Damien Hirst: Life, Death and Love

An exhibition of nine works from the Astrup Fearnley Collection.

2 June 2007 – 9 September 2007
Solo Exhibition, Kunsthuset Kabuso
Øystese, Norway
 

Beyond Belief

Hirst unveiled the diamond skull ‘For the Love of God’ (2007), at his largest exhibition of new work to be held in London since 2003.

2 June 2007 – 6 July 2007
Solo Exhibition, White Cube, Hoxton Square and Mason’s Yard
London, United Kingdom
 

Rummage

25 April 2007 – 5 June 2007
Group Exhibition, The Winchester Gallery, Winchester School of Art
Winchester, United Kingdom
 

The Five Aspects of God

As an ancillary exhibition to the art fair, Art Karlsruhe, Hilario Galguera and Art Cologne sponsored an exhibition of Hirst works presented in the church of Herz Jesu Kirche.

18 April 2007 – 22 April 2007
Solo Exhibition, Herz Jesu Koln
Cologne, Germany
 

Damien Hirst

The newly opened Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas, presented a series of Hirst works from its collection.

2 April 2007 – 30 April 2007
Solo Exhibition, The Goss-Michael Foundation
Dallas, United States
 

David Bailey & Damien Hirst: The Stations of the Cross

16 March 2007 – 28 May 2007
Group Exhibition, Essl Museum of Contemporary Art
Vienna, Austria
 

Superstition

In the first show dedicated solely to Hirst’s ‘Kaleidoscope’ paintings, Gagosian Gallery exhibited 32 canvases across galleries in Davies Street, London, and Beverly Hills.

22 February 2007 – 5 April 2007
Solo Exhibition, Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills and Davies Street
Los Angeles and London, United States