Case Study: Damien Hirst Skewered in Guardian Review

Read on for an absolutely scathing (and hilarious) review of Damien Hirst‘s latest exhibition of still life paintings, by Jonathan Jones of UK’s The Guardian. By the first few sentences he’s already compared the artist to former Libyan dictator Muamar Gaddafi’s son (whose “art” can be seen here), and the review just keeps picking up steam from there.

Damien Hirst’s Two Weeks One Summer is being exhibited at London’s White Cube gallery from May 23-July 8, 2012.

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