Articles tagged with damien hirst
We catch up with Mat Cahill to find out a bit more about his own inspirations for his work, from the Cobra movement to David Hockney.
Anthony Fawcett, art sponsorship and media consultant, columnist, critic and Rise Art insider talks to us about his week at Frieze, from Candy to EY and the fact that young collectors are most likely to be found at Frieze Masters than at the Frieze tent.
Avi Salzman, journalist at American financial news giant, 'Barron's' features our quiz in an article claiming, 'nearly all suggestions, including work by Damien Hirst, appealed to [him]'. We anointed him with the art personality 'Urbanite' and apparently it was correct. Have you taken the art quiz yet?
To celebrate the release of Victoria Horkan's brand new prints, we question the Yorkshire born Artist on the relationship between distortion and fantasy in her butterfly paintings, why she thinks people find the compilations so compelling and her thoughts on Damien Hirst's Butterfly paintings including the 9,000 butterflies that died during his 2008 Tate exhibition.
Michael Craig-Martin on his former and most infamous student Damien Hirst
New York Based Artist Kevin Champeny's work dazzles in its detail
Kenny comments on how the newspapers applaud and hedge their bets when it comes to one of the most prolific painters
Kenny Schachter Introduces his latest show - Friends and Family which will be held at his Rove Gallery and is co-curated by his two teenage sons Adrian and Kai. Runs Feb 25 - April 15.
Now that Hirst's global show of spots has ended, and countless editions of works created by his talented editions sold, here are ten questions with the man himself
Kenny Schachter argues that the art market represents current whims and fashions and that the best judge of good art is based on fundamentals: Experience, education, scholarship and passion. From Damien Hirst to Manet and Warhol, Kenny cites countless examples from art history where the markets got it wrong.