Monograph is delighted to be able to offer Damien Hirst’s The Last Supper and Three Spot Etchings to our site.
The Last Supper was Hirst’s first major body of prints, a series of 13 screenprints made in 1999. Hirst based the designs on specific pharmaceutical packets but with the original drug names replaced by everyday…
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Kith & Kin II: New Glass and Ceramics, until 31 December 2012 at The Natonal Glass Centre Sunderland.
Monograph took a trip to the Kith and Kin II exhibition at Sunderland University which brings together artworks…
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