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Damien Hirst
4193. Mouths are planted (The Currency) 2016-2021, Limited edition, Enamel paint

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  • 4193. Mouths are planted (The Currency) 2016-2021, Limited edition, Enamel paint
    By Damien Hirst
    Located in Zug, CH
    Damien Hirst 4193. Mouths are planted (The Currency), 2016-2021 Enamel paint on handmade paper From an edition of 10,000 mixed NFTs and works on paper (Hirst has already burned/destroyed the “unclaimed” physical works where the NFT was not exchanged for a physical work of art) Signed, numbered and dated, with artist’s microdot, hallmark and hologram In mint condition, as acquired from the publisher (HENI) and in the original packaging Unframed (framing is not necessary) Damien Hirst’s "Spot Paintings" remain one of the most recognizable motifs in contemporary art, known for their perfect circles in a grid format. Since its first iteration in 1986, the series has seen many variations, but it wasn’t until 2016 that Hirst dispensed the rules for his "Colour Space" paintings, and allowed the work to become more organic. The works of The Currency evolved from this exploration, with the spots appearing like particles or atoms. It marries one of Hirst’s most generative bodies of work to his lifelong fascination for technology and materiality. Ever disrupting art world conventions, the artist's use of NFTs is an important development in his ongoing interest in notions of ownership and collecting. "The Currency" challenges the concept of value through money and art. Each of the unique 10,000 hand painted works were launched in July 2021 as NFTs on the blockchain. There is a possibility to exchange the physical work and burn its NFT correspondent until July 2022. By the end of March 2022, only 700 physical works (7 %) have been redeemed and the rest of the editions remain as NFTs. Each artwork is uniquely titled and numbered (1-10,000). “The Currency is an artwork, and anyone who buys it will participate in this work, it’s not just about owning it… The whole project is an experience in belief… It is the most exciting project I have ever worked on by far.„ —Damien Hirst DAMIEN HIRST The Turner prize winner and epicenter of the YBA movement. Hirst's emblematic art of our era revolutionizes the art market. Hirst is widely regarded as one of the most important artists working today, creating truly iconic artworks. A genuine star of the Young British Artists (YBA) movement, Damien Hirst has always made a point of mixing up different media. Whether as a sculptor, an installation artist, a painter, or a printmaker, Hirst has produced many of the most spectacular and widely discussed works in recent years and helped to revolutionize the art market. Damien Hirst’s, For the Love of God, the diamond-encrusted replica of the skull of a thirty-five-year-old man from the thirteenth century, broke all records to become the most expensive contemporary artwork in the world. Damien Hirst´s artworks are truly emblematic icons of our era, with their recurring motives such as dots, butterflies, cows, sharks, skulls, pills, and pharmacy cabinets. “I do believe art is more powerful than money, though. I still believe that. And if I ever find out money's more important, I'll knock it on the head.”—Damien Hirst His works, captivating and intense as they are, challenge our stereotyped concepts and beliefs. Damien Hirst’s shark...
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    2010s Young British Artists (YBA) Abstract Prints

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    Paint, Handmade Paper

  • Politeness (The Virtues) - Limited Edition, Art, 21st Century, YBA, Giclée Print
    By Damien Hirst
    Located in Zug, CH
    Politeness (The Virtues) - Damien Hirst, Contemporary Art, 21st Century, YBAs, Colorful, Giclée Print, Brush Stokes, Paint, Glossy, Limited Edition Laminated Giclée print on alumini...
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    2010s Young British Artists (YBA) Abstract Prints

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    Giclée

  • The Empresses (Set of 5), Limited Edition, 21st Century, YBA, Giclée Print
    By Damien Hirst
    Located in Zug, CH
    The Empresses, Set of 5, 2022 Various edition sizes Laminated Giclée print on aluminium composite, screen printed with glitter 100 × 100 cm In mint condition, as acquired from the publisher. The pieces are offered unframed. Edition numbers might vary from what it is shown in the images “The Empresses” is a series of five glorious prints carefully composed of butterfly wings that create a kaleidoscope effect and are placed on a flaming red background. Each work has been carefully screen printed with glitter coat which offers that gleaming effect on them. Each Empress from this series is named after five...
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    2010s Young British Artists (YBA) Abstract Prints

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    Glitter, Giclée

  • Wu Zetian (The Empresses) - Limited Edition, 21st Century, YBA, Giclée Print
    By Damien Hirst
    Located in Zug, CH
    Wu Zetian (The Empresses, H10-01), 2022 Edition of 2853 Laminated Giclée print on aluminium composite, screen printed with glitter 100 × 100 cm In mint condition, as acquired from the publisher. The piece is offered unframed. Edition number might vary from what it is shown in the images “Wu Zetian” belongs to “The Empresses”, a series of five glorious prints carefully composed of butterfly wings that create a kaleidoscope effect and are placed on a flaming red background. Each work has been carefully screen printed with glitter coat which offers that gleaming effect on them. Each Empress from this series is named after five...
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    2010s Young British Artists (YBA) Abstract Prints

    Materials

    Glitter, Giclée

  • Tatyu Betul (The Empresses) - Limited Edition, 21st Century, YBA, Giclée Print
    By Damien Hirst
    Located in Zug, CH
    Taytu Betul (The Empresses, H10-05), 2022 Edition of 2814 Laminated Giclée print on aluminium composite, screen printed with glitter 100 × 100 cm In mint condition, as acquired from the publisher. The piece is offered unframed. Edition number might vary from what it is shown in the images “Taytu Betul” belongs to “The Empresses”, a series of five glorious prints carefully composed of butterfly wings that create a kaleidoscope effect and are placed on a flaming red background. Each work has been carefully screen printed with glitter coat which offers that gleaming effect on them. Each Empress from this series is named after five...
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    2010s Young British Artists (YBA) Abstract Prints

    Materials

    Glitter, Giclée

  • Butterfly Heart (large) - Contemporary art, 21st Century, YBAs, Colorful, Giclée
    By Damien Hirst
    Located in Zug, CH
    Butterfly Heart (large) - Damien Hirst, Contemporary Art, 21st Century, YBAs, Colorful, Giclée Print, Brush Stokes, Paint, Glossy, Limited Edition Laminated Giclée print on aluminiu...
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    2010s Young British Artists (YBA) Abstract Prints

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    Giclée

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