H5-2 Beverly Hills, 2018
Diasec-mounted giclée on aluminium panel
From an edition of 100
35 1/2 × 35 1/2 inches (90.2 × 90.2 cm.)
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Damien Hirst is one of the most acclaimed multi-disciplinary artists of the last 20 years. His bold and groundbreaking artistic practice explores the uncertainty of modern times and the fragility of the human condition through a variety of mediums. Hirst’s most controversial and internationally recognized art pieces are sculptural, often featuring formaldehyde-suspended carcasses encased in glass vitrines. His cutting-edge depiction of subjects undergoing death and decay has rendered him a colossal figure in the art world. Throughout his career, Hirst has also produced captivating paintings such his Kaleidoscope, Spot, and his latest Veil series. Moved by an entrepreneurial spirit and a proclivity for spectacle, Hirst has broken several world records as a living artist, becoming one of the most influential and disruptive contemporary artists.
H5-2 Beverly Hills, one of his most recent bodies of work, belongs to his ever famous Spot series. The highly appealing multi-colored spots, although distributed with no specific color pattern, do not follow the spatial symmetry exhibited in the earliest works of these series. Given here free reign, the obvious imperfections perceived in the spots emphasize the role of the artist’s hand over the mechanical process. Using a bright and joyful palette on white grounds, Hirst pursues his examination of the physical and psychological effect of color on the eye.