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DAMIEN HIRST. Limited edition artwork from New Religion. Courtesy Paul Stolper Gallery London

DAMIEN HIRST. Limited edition artwork from New Religion. Courtesy Paul Stolper Gallery London

Damien Hirst. St. Peter, de la serie New Religion, 2005, Londres, Reino Unido. Edición de trece ejemplares, 79 x 110 x 160cm / Damien Hirst. St. Peter, from the series New Religion, 2005, London, UK. Edition of thirteen, 79 x 110 x 160cm.  Ivorypress.

Damien Hirst. St. Peter, de la serie New Religion, 2005, Londres, Reino Unido. Edición de trece ejemplares, 79 x 110 x 160cm / Damien Hirst. St. Peter, from the series New Religion, 2005, London, UK. Edition of thirteen, 79 x 110 x 160cm. Ivorypress.

This has been quite a controversial year for art, and we're not talking Jeffrey Deitch making a mess at the MoCA or that work selling for this many millions or some blue chip gallery doing whatever, wherever... Well, I'm not going to talk about that.

In Hirst took the unprecedented step of bypassing gallery involvement and selling 244 new works in 223 lots at Sotheby’s auction house, London.

In Hirst took the unprecedented step of bypassing gallery involvement and selling 244 new works in 223 lots at Sotheby’s auction house, London.

In Hirst took the unprecedented step of bypassing gallery involvement and selling 244 new works in 223 lots at Sotheby’s auction house, London.

In the first show dedicated solely to Hirst’s ‘Kaleidoscope’ paintings, Gagosian Gallery exhibited 32 canvases across galleries in Davies Street, London, and Beverly Hills.

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