Damien Hirst: Four Works from the Broad Art Foundation

13 January 2007 – 22 April 2007
Solo Exhibition. Portland Art Museum, Portland, United States.

Courtesy of Portland Art Museum © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS 2012

Included were the specimen cabinet ‘Something Solid Beneath the Surface of All Creatures Great and Small’ (2001), the ‘Fact’ painting ‘Autopsy with Sliced Human Brain’ (2004), a spot painting, ‘Chlorpropamide’ (1996), and a triptych of ‘Medicine Cabinets’ named after a quotation from Thomas Hobbes’s ‘Leviathan’ (1651), ‘No Arts; No Letters; No Society’ (2006).