This 'ready-to-hang' piece is a full panel repeat pattern cut from the now destroyed wallpaper from Damien Hirst's 1990s conceptual restaurant "Pharmacy".
The framed piece measures 745mm by 660mm, the print itself being 535mm by 450mm, and is in perfect condition. The wallpaper print contains the actual pharmaceutical names of each product, which meant Hirst and the pharmacy restaurant were forced to destroy all remaining rolls at risk of being sued by medical companies.
This original wallpaper was printed on medium weight wallpaper stock. The panel has been framed to the highest archival quality and housed under a bevelled thick card mount to match. A perfect must-have for any contemporary art collector and a great opportunity to add an original Damien Hirst and YBA piece of history to your collection. The pictures do not do this justice - the sheen of the bronze is fantastic.
You will find an example of this printed wallpaper in the Victoria and Albert Museum (London) Collection and Hirst himself made reference to it on his Instagram post last year! (please see in the pictures attached)
Damien Hirst is considered to be one of the World's top 'bankable' artists together with Banksy, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kaws and Robert Indiana.
Shipping: Worldwide shipping. Will be securely packaged and sent through a Courier Service in the UK, or International Courier Service for overseas buyers.
- Damien Hirst
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Pharmacy 1997 (Bronze)
- Nicht signiert
- Wie neu
- 450×530 mm
- 660×745×15 mm
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