Cherchez parmi plus de 100 millions d'objets dans notre base de données de prix réalisés

Beautiful Psychedelic Rays of Dancing Love Hours Spin Painting, 2008 – Damien Hirst
Vendu

À propos de l'objet

Damien Hirst\nBeautiful Psychedelic Rays of Dancing Love Hours Spin Painting\n2008\nHousehold gloss on canvas. \n203.2 x 177.8 cm. (80 x 70 in). \nSigned, dated and inscribed with ‘Beautiful Hours Spin Painting IV 2008 Damien Hirst' on the reverse and further signed ‘Damien Hirst' on the stretcher.
GB
GB
GB

year

2008

notes

The Hours was formed in 2002 by Antony Genn and Martin Slattery. Between them, they have worked with three of the greatest British poets and front men of all time: Joe Strummer, Shaun Ryder and Jarvis Cocker. They have individually toured with Elastica and Black Grape, separately produced sessions for UNKLE and Grace Jones and worked alongside the likes of Brian Eno. Although the friendship between Antony Genn and Damien Hirst began over ten years ago, the music business collaboration of Hirst with the two men who would become The Hours, happened indirectly as a result of a great loss to popular music culture: the untimely death of Joe Strummer in 2002. Ant Genn and Martin Slattery had both collaborated with Strummer in the Mescaleros and on his solo albums. Hirst was a long time friend of Strummer during the glory years of the early 90s. Two years after Joe Strummer died of a heart attack in 2002, Genn and Slattery formed a band, calling themselves The Hours. Hirst put the band in the studio, paid for their debut album recording and got them ready for their first record deal. He also created all the artwork for the album and collateral materials.

title

Beautiful Psychedelic Rays of Dancing Love Hours Spin Painting

medium

Household gloss on canvas.

signed

Signed, dated and inscribed with ‘Beautiful Hours Spin Painting IV 2008 Damien Hirst' on the reverse and further signed ‘Damien Hirst' on the stretcher.

creator

Damien Hirst

condition

The canvas and stretcher are in good condition. There are no apparent condition issues with this work.

dimensions

203.2 x 177.8 cm. (80 x 70 in).

provenance

Private collection, London


*Merci de noter que le prix n'est pas recalculé à la valeur actuelle, mais se rapporte au prix final réel au moment où l'objet a été vendu.

*Merci de noter que le prix n'est pas recalculé à la valeur actuelle, mais se rapporte au prix final réel au moment où l'objet a été vendu.


Publicité
Publicité