For The Love Of God - Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst For The Love Of God

Anarchy - Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst Anarchy

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Mat Collishaw

  • Damien Hirst  (+)
  • Rachel Howard

  • Harland Miller  (+)

    Biography : Harland Miller was born in Yorkshire in 1964. After completing an MA in Fine Art at the Chelsea College of Art & Design he moved to New York, where he lived and worked for several years whilst exhibiting at the Prisunic Gallery. In 1992 he moved back to Europe, first to newly reunified Berlin where he began writing. By 1994 he was living and working in Paris, where he exhibited at the Galerie Louis XIV. After more extensive travels Miller eventually returned to the UK in 1996/97 where he carried on writing as well as painting. In 2001 he achieved critical acclaim for his debut novel Slow Down Arthur, Stick To Thirty and in 2002 he occupied the Writer in Residency post at the ICA. This was followed by his first one-man show, 'To Jean – A Small Memento of a Great Effort’, at the White Cube Gallery in 2003. Miller combined both writing and painting when he curated a group show at the White Cube gallery, You Dig The Tunnel, I’ll Hide The Soil, in 2009, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Edgar Allan Poe. Harland Miller lives and works in London and Yorkshire and is currently adapting one of his books in conjunction with the British Film Council. He is also working on a book of photographs about the cultural effect of Dracula on Whitby called Are You Unhappy Darling? Oh Yes!! Completely!!! As well as writing fiction he is a regular contributor to the Observer and the Guardian.

    Exhibition : Solo shows include Dear Son, This Is One Of The Last Of My Few Remaining Pre-Marital Possessions – Look After It Won’t You…Love Dad, Marian Boesky Gallery, New York; Don’t Let The Bastards Cheer You Up, The Baltic Museum; I’ll Never Forget What I Can’t Remember, The Reflex Gallery, Amsterdam; Butterside Down, Galleria Maribini, Bologna. Publications include First I Was Afraid I Was Petrified (a study of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) (2000), Book Works, London and International Lonely Guy (2007), Rizolli, New York

    Also represented by:

  • Eduardo Sarabia

  • Thomas Scheibitz

    Biography : Thomas Scheibitz was born in 1968 in Radeberg, Germany, and studied alongside Frank Nitsche and Eberhard Havekost at Hochschule für Bildende Künste (HBK) in Dresden. Developing his skills within the influential Dresden painting tradition, he uses symbols of contemporary culture to create canvases that exist between abstraction and figuration. In 2005, the artist collaborated with Tino Seghal to create the German pavilion at the 51st Venice Biennale. Recent group shows include Construction New Berlin, Phoenix Art Museum, USA, 2006; Radar: Selections from the Logan Collection, Denver Art Museum, USA, 2006; The Artist's Dining Room Level 2 Gallery, Tate Modern, London, UK, 2007; Less is more - more could be Less, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, 2007 and Zuordnungsprobleme, Johann König, Berlin, 2008. Scheibitz has also shown widely with solo exhibitions: Brot & Spiele, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery New York, USA, 2004; Casa Amalia Index, Gallerie Sprüth Magers, Cologne, Germany, 2006; Low Sweetie # Omega Haus, Produzentengalerie Hamburg, Germany, 2006 and about 90 elements/ TOD IM DSCHUNGEL, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK and Musée d' Art Moderne Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 2008. The artist lives and works in Berlin.


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