Damien Hirst's Natural History Exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery in London opens March 10th. Contact our concierge to book now...
More than 20 of Damien Hirst’s famed formaldehyde sculptures will be brought together for the first time at the new Natural History exhibition from the Gagosian Gallery. Over the last 30 years, Hirst has created various pieces that see whole animals, or their parts – dissected, bisected or even flayed – suspended and preserved in formaldehyde.
Natural History collates the most affecting and iconic sculptures in the series, from The Impossible Lovers, a cabinet of glass jars containing cow’s organs, to The Beaheading of John the Baptist, which features a cow’s head on a table surrounded by knives and its decapitated body on a clinical tiled floor.
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Tickets are priced at £25 per person for members or £35 per person (sold in pairs) for clients. Please contact The Lexo Club Concierge for more information regarding this event or to make a booking...