The second half of April sees a grand retrospective of Damien Hirst - the most popular brand of today's art scene and the symbol of contemporary British art - open in Kiev under the title of Requiem. The show comprises over a hundred works. This seems to be the most extensive representation of Hirst's art, tracing his career from the 1990s to the present day. The exhibition promises to be jam-packed with textbook phenomena of contemporary art, including A Thousand Years, Death Explained and The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living - the famous shark preserved in formaldehyde that brought Hirst the 1995 Turner Prize.
ул. Красноармейская/Бассейная 1/3-2,
блок А, Бессарабский квартал
Keywords: Kiev, exhibition, exhibitions