Internationally recognised for his irreverent approach to artmaking, blurring the lines between media and expanding their possibilities, Damien Hirst has helped set contemporary art on a practically limitless course. Through a decisive interplay of technology, technique and material, Hirst’s artworks engage with his signature themes of love, death, religion, science, belief and beauty to create works that are both visually and conceptually compelling.

In Hirst’s Dead Black Utopia, several pills are portrayed placed on the mirrored shelves of a medicine cabinet, with the composition displaying a high contrast between light and dark.


86.5 x 71 cm


Inkjet, glaze and foilblock on paper

Edition Size

55 + 10 AP


Signed & numbered on the front


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