- Currently on display
Currently on display
Hirst’s vast 40 foot spot painting, ‘L-Leucine-15N’ (2001) is currently on long term loan to The Israel Museum.
Damien Hirst’s ‘Beautiful Morana Dysgeusia Painting for Jarvis (with Diamonds)’ (2011), a spin painting incorporating an image of a skull and furnished with cubic zirconia, is now on display at Sheffield's Graves Gallery.
Hirst’s major instrument cabinet ‘End Game’ is currently on display as part of MFA Houston’s permanent collection.
The Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art contains a collection of seminal Hirst works, including the iconic Natural History work ‘Mother and Child (Divided)’.
Hirst’s monumental Natural History work ‘Saint Sebastian, Exquisite Pain’ (2007) forms part of The Goss-Michael Foundation’s permanent collection display.
The Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art in Seoul has the 2002 pill cabinet, 'Dance of Death' on display.
'Verity' (2003 - 2012) is a 20.25 metre (66.43 feet) tall bronze sculpture. Installed on Ilfracombe pier, she is on long-term loan to North Devon Council as a gift from Hirst.
Hirst's large marble sculpture, 'Anatomy of an Angel', is installed in sculpture and cultural heritage park, Ekebergparken, near Oslo.
Hirst's 'St. Bartholomew, Exquisite Pain' (2006) is installed in City of London church.
Two large sculptures, 'Golden Myth' and 'Gone but not Forgotten' installed at Faena Hotel Miami Beach.