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Damien Hirst
'Untitled' Unique Spots Monoprint, 2022

2022

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This large-scale iconic contemporary pop art 'Unique Spots' is a multi-color monoprint by Damien Hirst is the only one of its kind printed. The quintessential bright color palette of unique hues have made the 'Spot Series' an international contemporary art sensation since the early 1980s, when the very first 'Spot Series' work debuted as a part of YBA's (Young British Artist's) 'Freeze'. The iconic 'Spot Series' is one of Hirst's most recognizable themes. This blue chip artwork is signed by the Artist in the lower front right corner. The fun and vibrant 'Untitled' artwork arrives ready-to-install in a custom made white lacquer frame, finished with museum caliber UV protective non-glare glass. Damien Hirst is a British contemporary master artist and entrepreneur recognized for his iconic artworks that have defined the contemporary art world for over a decade. His varied practice, which includes installation, sculpture, painting, and drawing, explores the complex relationships between life, death, art, religion, and science. Hirst was born in Bristol in 1965 and grew up in Leeds, England. In 1984, he moved to London, where he worked in construction before enrolling at Goldsmiths University of London, in 1986 to study fine art. While at Goldsmiths, Hirst organized the independent student exhibition 'Freeze', which has become legendary as the originating moment of the Young British Artists (YBAs). 'Freeze', which exhibited Hirst’s first spot paintings, launched Hirst and 15 of his fellow students to fame, making their place in art history. In 1991, Charles Saatchi, offering to fund Hirst’s artwork, mounted the first Young British Artists (YBA) exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London. Among the works exhibited was 'The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living' (1991), a shark submerged in a formaldehyde vitrine, which became an overnight global sensation. As a result of the show, Hirst was nominated for that year's Turner Prize. Hirst later won the Turner Prize in 1995 for the work, 'Mother and Child Divided'. Known best for his use of symbols, the 'Universal Triggers' utilized throughout his career have instant relatability in connection with universal questions about life, death, love and everything in between. Hirst is well recognized for his spot paintings, medicine cabinet motifs, brightly colored spin paintings, kaleidoscopic butterflies, large-scale sculptural installations and diamond-encrusted skulls. Since 1987, there have been over 80 solo Damien Hirst exhibitions that have taken place worldwide and his work has been included in over 260 group shows. Damien Hirst's impact on the art world has had a similar effect to that of the contemporary masters before him, with similarities to be drawn from the monumental pop art work of Andy Warhol, the street-art sensation installation master Keith Haring, the expressive and vibrant paintings of Jean-Michel Basquiat, and innovative approach of Marcel Duchamp. Damien Hirst continues to work and create art in the present day, with his recent focus primarily on paintings.
  • Creator:
    Damien Hirst (1965, British)
  • Creation Year:
    2022
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 48 in (121.92 cm)Width: 65 in (165.1 cm)Depth: 2 in (5.08 cm)
  • More Editions & Sizes:
    Unique workPrice: $20,000
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  • Gallery Location:
    New York, NY
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU835114619572
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