Damien Hirst

The Complete Visual Candy Paintings


28 x 23.5 cm   (10.9 x 9 in)

Published by Blain|Southern and Other Criteria


Language: English

Pages: 52


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“exploring questions of pure aesthetics through candy”

The Visual Candy paintings were made between 1992 and 1994. The works showcase the ways in which Damien Hirst used the signifier of candy during the period to explore questions of pure aesthetics. Addressing the viewer on a deliberately emotional and instinctive level, these works, with their exuberant titles - including Some Fun and Dippy Dappy Dabby - set out to question the implication that aesthetically pleasing art is inherently insignificant.

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