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on 1 November 2012
Wonderful collection of the fractured mind of one of the greatest artists around right now,strongly suggest reading and going to see his works
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on 31 January 2013
great for hirst fans. it is full of all his best works. bought for present so informed of thoughts on book
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on 24 December 2012
Good quality book/images, some famous pieces, some clever pieces, some awesome works of art. Especially the butterflies and enamel spots.
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on 30 July 2013
Very nice book with lots of info and images edited by the Tate Gallery. A must for all the Damien Hirst fans.
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on 12 November 2015
Great book. Very quick post. Many thanks
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on 29 July 2012
Although Hirst seems to be a disgusting person, it is impossible not to be touched by his art. This book portrays it very compreensively and in an amazing way.
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on 12 November 2015
Great
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on 30 January 2015
super
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on 22 March 2013
So one always wonders whether to admire the genius of revolting the audience or simply rejecting the conceptual rejection of what so many generations worked for. I'm afraid the sympathy for such an public, renowned artist transforms to sheer disappointment when the endgame is all profit and indulgence.

An artist with a large public profile surely represents something and whatever it is it should not be just entirely self serving. This book disguises the reality and in the end is just a fiction.

Save your money.
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on 31 October 2012
The retribution that hirst deserves is the fact that as his irrelevant pseudo efforts are commercially successful enough for this cheeky ickle scamp to purchase actually rather fine masterpieces by his beloved Francis Bacon....I can just imagine Hirst gawping at Bacons images day and night,transfixed by his own fortune to own work that is somply beyond his tiny ickle brain....aint life sweet 'ay when you constantly confronted with just how dull you truly are.......no success can ever provide one with ability and Hirst proves this every time one of his henchmen turf out some dirge in the name of meritriciousness......wirst oh wirst your backside has just burst and lo 'n' behold you've gone and hit the jackpot......nasty bad boy damien cutting edge wonderboy.....gawd bless 'im...xxxxxxxx.....I can only thank biology for the existence if Mr Bacons images though.....sozzzz dame.....
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