Wednesday, 28 March 2012

Hirst 'Con Art'

No sooner had The Independent published Julian Spalding's article denouncing the "con art" of Damien Hirst and predicting that the Hirst bubble will soon burst and Moneybags' tripe will become worthless than this Hirst Shark Doodle sells for £4,500 (CLICK). Too optimistic, I'm afraid, Julian. Once a tripe peddler has made it big, his rubbish continues to command high prices. Look at Picasso, Henry Moore, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Andy Warhol, to name a handful. The bubble hasn't burst for any of them. Click the title link to read Julian Spalding's article. Tate Passé will stage Damien Hirst from 4 April to 9 September (CLICK). Tickets are £14 or £12.20 for silver surfers. Forget it.

2 Comments:

At 30/3/12, Blogger Phillips-Mclean said...

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Phillips-Mclean-Mosaics/173555399367435

Click the link to see "Hirst Da Baby Daddy" I made from recycled toys....it goes on exhibition in London in 8 weeks....you may like it!

 
At 30/3/12, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

Hi

I checked out your Facebook page, because the link didn't show as a link, but it worked.

I like the diamond skull mickey-take. Please send me details when the show is due. You can reply via Facebook if that's easier.

 

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