Where the Land Meets the Sea
Where the Land Meets the Sea is a large-format hardback catalogue, published to coincide with Damien Hirst’s latest release of paintings and an exhibition at Phillips gallery on Berkeley Street, London.
The collection comprises of three new series of oil paintings – Coast Paintings, Sea Paintings and Seascapes – that have never been exhibited before. To coincide with an application-based release of the artworks on HENI Primary, Hirst’s exhibition at Phillips will run from 20 July to 18 August 2023, presented by HENI with the support of the artist’s galleries Gagosian and White Cube, and is accompanied by this exhibition catalogue.
The catalogue features over 200 full-colour reproductions of the artworks on show at Phillips, accompanied by texts from British writer David Campany and American art historian James Cahill.
290mm x 360mm
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About the Artist
Damien Hirst is a British artist whose name has become synonymous with contemporary art. Since his generative work as a student at Goldsmiths School of Art, Hirst’s production has been boundary‐redefining in nature. Working primarily in installation, painting, sculpture and drawing, Hirst explores the complex relationships between art, beauty, religion, science, life and death.
David Campany is a British writer, curator, artist and educator, working mainly with photography. He has written and edited books, and contributes essays and reviews to books, journals and magazines. He is Managing Director of Programs at the International Center of Photography, New York.
James Cahill is currently a Research Fellow in Classics at King’s College London. His writing on art has appeared in publications including The Burlington Magazine, The Times Literary Supplement, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and The London Review of Books.