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Damien Hirst

In July 1988 in his second year at Goldsmiths College, Hirst was the main organiser of an independent student Freeze exhibition,
The show was visited by three Jewish influencial cultural Tsar figures: Art Dealer, Charles Saatchi, Art Collector Norman Rosenthal and The Tate Gallery / Tate Modern Curator and Director (Sir) Nicholas Serota.

In 1993, Hirst's first major international presentation was in the Venice Biennale with the work, Mother and Child Divided.
In 1994, Hirst curated the show, Some Went Mad, Some Ran Away, at the Serpentine Gallery in London, where he exhibited Away from the Flock
In 1995, Hirst won the Turner Prize. Two Fucking and Two Watching featuring a rotting cow and bull.
In 1996, No Sense of Absolute Corruption, his first solo show in the Gagosian Gallery in New York.
In London the short film, Hanging Around, was shown—written and directed by Hirst and starring Eddie Lizzard.

In December 2004, The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living was sold by Saatchi to American collector Steve Cohen, for $12 million .
This was at the time, the most expensive work by a living artist ever sold, with the exception of some early work by Jasper Johns know for his target paintings .
Cohen, a Greenwich hedge fund manager, then donated the work to MoMA, New York.
Sir Nicholas Serota had wanted to acquire it for the Tate Gallery.

In May 2007, Beyond Belief, an exhibition of Hirst's new work, opened at the White Cube gallery in London. The centrepiece, a Memento Mori titled For The Love of God,. made history Being the most expensive artwork ever created.

Away from the flock

The pharmacy cabinet with pills .

He's work is defended by those who know Damien, often defend his work by arguing that it’s a reflection of the times in which we live. Jewish gallery artist reflects the situation we humans face and A.J.Hilder puts it " Vacinnations which will kill ,rather than cure us ". NFOSource : A. J. Hilder 4mins flash mov )

1: Alex Jones
Googlevideo 8 mins
1:Warning of The Dangers of Vaccines

2: French Vaccination Manslaughter
Almost Two Thirds Of The French Population


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