Damien Hirst launches his much anticipated gallery space this October with a major exhibition of one of Britain’s leading abstract painters, John Hoyland.
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True Colours review
Back in the smoggy days of Victorian England, art critic John Ruskin got awful hot and bothered over James McNeill Whistler’s painting ‘Nocturne in Black and Gold’, a largely abstract work that, as the title suggests, was all about the use of colour....Until Sunday September 9 2018
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I love the staircases and the natural light throughout. It's actually not a big space but as they only have one exhibition at a time, it feels really spacious. For some reason, I expected to see a "permanent collection" section of Damien Hirst art but there isn't one. Interestingly, it's not an "Exit through the Gift Shop" layout. You leave where you enter and the gift shop entrance is at street level.