Damien Hirst

ADC staff
Artists
17 April 2019
Click the articles below that mention Damien Hirst.

Sensation at the Royal Academy of Arts, London (1997) press releases, list of works, in varied publications

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R.J. Preece (ADP) - 17 Sep 21

...Damien Hirst, design publicity guru Philippe Starck, and clearly referring to "Sensation". At the time of publication, Emily’s 1930s in relation to communications were very hazy and uncontextualized; recent research has provided a great deal of clarity.) (R. J. Preece, artdesigncafe.com;...

Damien Hirst. For the love of God, (2007) in varied publications, exhibitions

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R.J. Preece (ADP) - 12 Sep 21

Damien Hirst. For the love of God, (2007) in varied publications, exhibitions Meet Damien Hirst’s long-lost "art grandmother", performing sensational diamond publicity back in 1940, before her celebrity media coverage implosion. Her name is Emily. Plus a list of exhibitions and selected...

Art and publicity book proposal (c. 2008) rejected by top London art book publisher

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R.J. Preece (ADP) - 22 Dec 11

...Damien Hirst’s shark and flies— and Tracey Emin’s tent, and equally fascinated with the TV cameras and the journalists. Since then, he’s been hooked on art publicity and media coverage, whether the focus be on Spencer Tunick’s nude installations featured on BBC World or the breakthrough show of an...

Damien Hirst’s diamond skull sale publicity vs. Neuron Factory / Invisible Generation (2010)

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ADC staff , R.J. Preece (ADP) - 20 Jul 10

Damien Hirst’s diamond skull sale publicity vs. Neuron Factory / Invisible Generation (2010) Boo-hoo. While arts funding was disappearing in 2010, so did funding for a presentation by Art Design Publicity magazine for a ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie museum presentation aiming to...

Damien Hirst et al. diamond skull publicity ft. Bloomberg News (2007)

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Roisin Byrne, the theft artist , M. Contraband, Esq., the PUNK lawyer/artist , Yukiko Fujita , D.M. Gray , Kim Min Su (Editor of Art Design Publicity) , R.J. Preece (ADP) , Rogue Dubai PR guy , L.A. Roka , Secret advisor hiding behind sofa , Sarah J. Thornton - 08 May 10

Damien Hirst et al. diamond skull publicity ft. Bloomberg News (2007) We prefer the position that the freaky diamond skull was not sold, that the mass & social media channels were "appropriated"—and that the journos, bloggers, the twitterati, etc. and recipients of the message were activated...

Tracey Emin art & media across the UK

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Marcus Bering , Kim Min Su (Editor of Art Design Publicity) , Stephen Mallinder - 30 Jan 10

...Damien Hirst— who has a very conservative estimate of 37,500 cuttings? Yes, when combined and multiplied by the readership, this total number could have resulted in over a billion "page views". But how many millions of readers—and how many billion page views—is a question we leave for future...

Pop Life at Tate Modern, London (2009)

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R.J. Preece (ADP) - 08 Oct 09

...Damien Hirst, Martin Kippenberger, Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami and Richard Prince. Pop Life: Art in a Material World argues that Warhol’s most radical lesson is reflected in the work of artists of subsequent generations who, rather than simply representing or commenting upon our mass media...

Slammin with Jeff Koons & Damien Hirst (2009)

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M. Contraband, Esq., the PUNK lawyer/artist - 01 Oct 09

Slammin with Jeff Koons & Damien Hirst (2009) Dear Jeff and Damien: our stiletto-wearing legal correspondent, M. Contraband, Esq., is watching your moves in the mosh pit... Slammin with Jeff Koons & Damien Hirst PUNK is about shock and irony and anarchy, and generally treading hard on...

Pop Life at Tate Modern, London (2009)

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ADC staff - 27 Sep 09

...Damien Hirst, Martin Kippenberger, Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami and Richard Prince. Pop Life: Art in a Material World argues that Warhol’s most radical lesson is reflected in the work of artists of subsequent generations who, rather than simply representing or commenting upon our mass media...

White Cube’s PR guru: Now it’s Honey Luard’s turn (interview) - 2002 (2009)

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R.J. Preece (ADP) - 31 Jul 09

...Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, or Marc Quinn knows her. In charge of press relations at London’s towering White Cube gallery, Honey Luard can grant you access inside the magic kingdom’s Young British Artists, or seal the door shut. After receiving a BA from the University of Manchester and an MA...

The lawyer/critic: When appropriation becomes copyright infringement (2009)

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R. J. Preece - 08 Jun 09

The lawyer/critic: When appropriation becomes copyright infringement (2009) What started out as a general interview of a copyright lawyer to advise artists, quickly turned into a unique, specific compare / contrast— with examples of works by Damien Hirst, John LeKay, Cartrain and Vincent van...

Cartrain & Damien Hirst: Appropriation vs copyright infringement (2009)

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R.J. Preece (ADP) - 08 Jun 09

Cartrain & Damien Hirst: Appropriation vs copyright infringement (2009) Cartrain and Damien Hirst R.J. Preece: Please take a look at two photos of artworks in the Daily Mail. One photograph, above, is of Damien Hirst’s diamond-encrusted skull; the other is of a collage by a 16-year-old...

Damien Hirst & John LeKay: Appropriation vs copyright infringement (2009)

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R.J. Preece (ADP) - 08 Jun 09

Damien Hirst & John LeKay: Appropriation vs copyright infringement (2009) Damien Hirst and John LeKay R.J. Preece: Now take a look at Hymn (1999) below by Damien Hirst. In Julian Stallabrass’s book, High Art Lite (1999/2006), Stallabrass writes, “Hymn, a 20-foot-high scaled-up version of a...