Damien Hirst walks curator Ann Gallagher through his retrospective that is currently running through September at Tate Modern in London. Walking room by room, Hirst is candid about his thoughts on his own work – from fear, to conquering ideas when monetary resources were more limited. The exhibition includes iconic sculptures from his Natural History series, including “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living,” as well as the two-part installation “In and Out of Love,” which has not been shown in its entirety since its creation in 1991. With the embed option currently set to “off,” please head over to YouTube to take a look at the exhibition walkthrough.
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