Damien Hirst

The Empresses H10-2 Nūr Jahān, 2022

Giclée print, 2022
Signed and numbered from an edition of 3041
39 7/19 x 39 7/19 inches (100 x 100 cm.)
Very Good
Private Collection
New York
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Damien Hirst, born in Bristol, England, in 1965, is a renowned contemporary artist known for his provocative and conceptual works that challenge traditional notions of art and the boundaries between life and death. Hirst rose to prominence in the late 1980s as a leading figure in the Young British Artists (YBA) movement. One of his most iconic and controversial works is "The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living," a shark preserved in formaldehyde, which encapsulates Hirst's fascination with mortality and the fragility of life. Throughout his career, Hirst has continued to push artistic boundaries, using a variety of media and exploring themes such as science, religion, and consumerism.

Among Hirst's diverse and extensive body of work, "The Empresses H10-2 Nūr Jahān" stands out as a striking example of his engagement with historical and cultural references. The artwork pays homage to Nūr Jahān, the powerful Empress of the Mughal Empire in the 17th century, known for her intelligence, political acumen, and influence over the empire. Hirst's interpretation combines elements of contemporary art and historical portraiture, creating a visually compelling piece that prompts viewers to contemplate the intersection of past and present. Through his unique blend of conceptualism and historical allusion, Hirst invites audiences to reconsider the significance of iconic figures and their lasting impact on the cultural narrative.

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