Damien Hirst’s wonder year


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shade. But Hirst has failed to fully acknowledge his earlier exposure – at Jacob Kramer;

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contradicting his claim that there he learnt his art history from books and magazines, in History of
Art lectures delivered by myself, Hirst witnessed rare images of Thubron’s own work, both in and absent from the record, work by his students,
is fortunate for scholarship that //--> the notes, and slides, for every lecture, remain in my personal archive.

Such lack of historical accuracy may of course be due as google_ad_height = 90; much to

memory lapse as myth-making; after all, in speaking to Nicholas Serota in 2011,
Hirst was casting his mind
back almost thirty event-filled  years. But




​ of the very route by which he reached the back-rooms students were privileged to access. The work was required to address not merely aspects of the form and appearance of the objects but also the taxonomic, moral and teleological implications arising from curatorial traditions ideologically circumscribing the display of ‘Nature’, whose epistemological grounding lay in the cabinet of curiosities. This of course

imposes an obligation to consider what Hirst is specifically

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contributing to the subject of Vanitas.

Arising from the above is the question as to what extent the Damien

Hirst who attended Jacob Kramer was in possession, albeit only in microcosm, of the aesthetic which was to propel his entire oeuvre, the institutionalized aesthetic google_ad_client = "ca-pub-3967079123942817"; of Appropriationism. That google_ad_width = 970; the production of the drawings under discussion was institutionalised is not at issue, since all the work submitted for assessment at Jacob Kramer was executed solely as a consequence of the students’ enrolment; only by satisfying the regulations of the institution could their work acquire validation via the imprimatur of the institution – which is why people go to art school. That institutional endorsement is crucial to Hirst’s identity, as his view that “If it’s in the Tate, it must be Art”
confirms, is underlined by