Is there anything Damien Hirst can’t do?

Damien Hirst For The Love of God

Damien Hirst’s newest piece entitled “For the Love of God” might just become the single most expensive piece of contemporary art ever created. It is a life-size cast of a human skull in platinum, covered entirely by 8,601 VVS to flawless diamonds, weighing a total of 1,106.18 carats. The price tag for this sparkling piece of death, $100 million. The skull is currently on exhibit at the White Cube gallery in London from June 1st to July 7th, 2007.

Read my earlier post on Damien Hirst and see more of his anatomical art. Also, read more about Hirst’s bio, view over 475 of his works, exclusive articles, as well as his up-to-date exhibitions at Artsy—the number one resource for art collecting and education.

 

 

7 thoughts on “Is there anything Damien Hirst can’t do?”

  1. Very professional highly trained written article. Thanks to the creators for a good site.

  2. Simply crazy, but I can’t look away. I see you made the leap to WordPress 🙂 Enjoy all it’s features 🙂 You should install podpress if you’re thinking of using your blog for pod/vodcasting in the near future. Hope all is well at UIC.

  3. Yes it’s beautiful in a twisted way, but what a waste of money. I think of all the medical research that could buy and despair.

    Best wishes, as ever, from Liverpool

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