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Damien Hirst's Shark
by cosmicautumn on Flickr
"The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living" - Damien Hirst
Look a shark. photo of #DamienHirst original doesn't do it credit. Having visited #Tate modern's retrospective of Hirst's work, in that context it was stunning. The experience of standing in front of a predator frozen in a life threatening pose, yet dead, in an exhibition of work exploring life and death was awesome.
Damian Hirst: "The physical impossibility of death in the mind of someone living" 1991 Tiger shark, glass, steel and formaldehyde solution - 213 x 518 x 213 cm
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Damien Hirst's Shark by allisonmeier, via Flickr I saw this at the Metropolitan Museum in NYC....it fascinated me
Shawn Smith, Becoming, Mixed Media, 2014
Meterorite Shoes by Studio SWINE, 2014 Photo: Petr Krejci
Insectopia in Paris
Phyllis Ewen, Northern Waters 3, 2013
Alexis Rockman, "Fragments" from the exhibition Vanishing.
Nature and Nurture Reversed - by Diana Scherer
Michael Enn Sirvet, The Orb of Tranquility
Rene Magritte, MOMA, New York, 1965, by Steve Schapiro--I had never seen this before; it is fantastic.
Olafur Eliasson's Wirbelwerk in Munich
Aganetha Dyck's Collaborations with Bees
Richard Serra, Prop, 1968. The sculpture, which is entirely made of lead, is over 8 feet tall.