“Why are we picking at these carcasses of creativity?” Holly Finn asks in a recent Wall Street Journal article, pointing her critical finger at the particular corpse of Damien Hirst’s creative corpus currently on show at the Tate Modern. “We should instead be celebrating the really new and relevant: the rise of the data visualizers. Their medium is the one with momentum, the one genuinely changing how we think and feel.
LONDON.- There are pickled sharks and polka dots, cigarette butts, flies and butterflies. Visitors are likely to be struck by the variety of work in a new show devoted to the career of Brit Art bad-boy Damien Hirst ? and by its simi... Read Post
LONDON. Tate announced yesterday that Damien Hirst?s large vitrine work, The Child?s Dream 2008, will go on show at Tate St Ives this autumn. The work, which comprises a 'unicorn' in a gold-plated vitrine of formaldehyde, will be on... Read Post