Sheep, shark and beef in newest Hirst work

NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) – Art lovers who missed his $100 million diamond-encrusted skull or his pickled displays of animal corpses can see a new work by British artist Damien Hirst when it opens to the public next week.
The installation by the former BritArt bad boy, who is known for his provocative and disturbing works centering on the theme of death, will include 29 preserved sheep, a shark, two large sides of beef, sausages and a pair of doves.

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