• Damien Hirst - The Stations of the Cross XI Jesus is Nailed to the Cross, 2005 postcard
  • Damien Hirst - The Stations of the Cross XI Jesus is Nailed to the Cross, 2005 postcard

Damien Hirst - The Stations of the Cross XI Jesus is Nailed to the Cross, 2005 postcard

11.5 x 16 cm
4.5 x 6.3 inches

Damien Hirst is a British artist who rose to prominence in the 1990s as one of the leading figures in the Young British Artists movement. Born on June 7, 1965, in Bristol, England, Hirst is known for his provocative and controversial works that explore themes of mortality, consumerism, and the boundaries between art and science. He is particularly renowned for his installations featuring preserved animals and his series of "Spot Paintings." Hirst's artworks often challenge conventional notions of art and provoke discussions about the nature of contemporary art practice. His works have been exhibited worldwide and have received both critical acclaim and commercial success, making him one of the most influential and financially successful artists of his generation.

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