An unbelievable exhibition from one of Britain’s finest artists kicks off at the Tate Modern tomorrow. Damien Hirst dominated the art scene in Britain during 1990’s with his works which took influence from ‘death’ and his inventive and initiative use of dead animals. This retrospective display includes all of his most iconic pieces, including the suspended shark, the sheep, the cow and the infamous diamond incrusted skull. Arguably the most influential British artist of his generation, miss this, miss out!
Wed 4th April – Sun 9th Sept, £14
Tate Modern, Bankside, SE1