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Bibliography

Monographs, solo exhibition catalogues and artist books

  • Stolper, Paul, Damien Hirst: Schizophrenogenesis (Other Criteria, London 2017)
  • Damien Hirst: Black Scalpel Cityscapes (White Cube and Other Criteria, London 2015)
  • Damien Hirst: Portraits of Frank – The Wolseley Drawings (Other Criteria, London 2015)
  • Complete Spot Paintings, 1986-2011 (Other Criteria, London 2014)
  • Damien Hirst: The Complete Visual Candy Paintings (Other Criteria, London 2014); essay by Mario Codognato
  • Damien Hirst: The Complete Pslam Paintings (Other Criteria, London 2014); texts by Michael Bracewell and Amie Corry
  • Damien Hirst: Relics (Skira and Qatar Museums Authority, Milan 2013)
  • Muccia Prada. Damien Hirst: Entomoglogy (Doha, October 2013)
  • Bracewell, Michael, Entomology Cabinets and Entomology Paintings, Scalpel Blade Paintings, Pie Charts and Colour Charts (White Cube Honk Kong, 2013)
  • Damien Hirst: Two Weeks One Summer (White Cube and Other Criteria, London 2012); texts by Francesco Bonami and Manuela Mena
  • Gallagher, Ann (ed.), Damien Hirst (Tate Publishing, London 2012); interview with the artist by Nicholas Serota and texts by Ann Gallagher, Thomas Crow, Michael Craig-Martin, Michael Bracewell, Brian Dillon and Andrew Wilson
  • End of an Era (Other Criteria and Gagosian Gallery, London 2012); interview with the artist by Hans Ulrich Obrist
  • Bonami, Francesco and Karen Smith, Damien Hirst: Forgotten Promises (Other Criteria and Gagosian Gallery, London 2012)
  • Bracewell, Michael and Damien Hirst, Damien Hirst: The Complete Spot Paintings 1986-2011 (Gagosian Gallery, 2011)
  • Shteyngart, Gary, Damien Hirst: Poisons + Remedies, (Other Criteria and Gagosian Gallery, London 2011)
  • Bonami, Francesco, For Heaven’s Sake (Other Criteria and Gagosian Gallery, London 2011)
  • Damien Hirst: The Souls (Paul Stolper and Other Criteria, London 2011)
  • Damien Hirst, Damien Hirst (Haunch of Venison, London 2011)
  • Damien Hirst: Charity (Other Criteria, London 2011)
  • Damien Hirst: Print Maker (The Bowes Museum, County Durham 2010)
  • Fuchs, Rudi, Damien Hirst: Cornucopia (Musée Océanographique de Monaco and Other Criteria, London 2010)
  • Damien Hirst: The Complete Medicine Cabinets (Other Criteria and L & M Arts, London 2010); texts by Arthur C. Danto and James Frey, interview with the artist by Steve Jones
  • Damien Hirst: Dark Trees (Other Criteria, London 2010); text by Waldemar Januszczak
  • Damien Hirst (Leeahn Gallery, Daegu, Korea 2009); essay by Young Baik Chun
  • Gether, Christian and Marie Laurberg (eds.), Damien Hirst (Arken Museum of Modern Art, Skovvej, Denmark 2009)
  • Damien Hirst: Nothing Matters (White Cube and Other Critera, London 2009); text by Rudi Fuchs; interview with the artist by Gordon Burn
  • Damien Hirst: No Love Lost – The Blue Paintings (The Wallace Collection and Other Criteria, London 2009); text by Rosalind Savill; interview with the artist by John Hoyland
  • Damien Hirst: Requiem – Volume II (PinchukArtCentre, Kiev 2009); texts by Eckhard Schneider and Gordon Burn; interview with the artist by Richard Prince
  • Damien Hirst: Requiem – Volume I (PinchukArtCentre, Kiev 2009); texts by Eckhard Schneider and Michael Bracewell; interview with the artist by Takashi Murakami
  • Damien Hirst: Beautiful Inside My Mind Forever (Sotheby’s, London 2008); texts by Michael McAulay, Michael Bracewell and Gordon Burn; interview with the artist by Gordon Burn
  • Damien Hirst: Beyond Belief (White Cube and Other Criteria, London 2008); texts by Will Self and Rudi Fuchs; interview with the artist by Hans Ulrich Obrist
  • For the Love of God: The Making of the Diamond Skull (Other Criteria and White Cube, London 2007); texts by Rudi Fuchs, Tania Kausmally, Marcel Tolkowsky, Dr Helan Liversidge, Thomas Higham, Steven Dutch, Dr Theya Molleson and Professor Richard Wright
  • Céline and Heiner Bastain (ed.), Damien Hirst: Void (Schirmer/Mosel, Munich 2007)
  • Kvaran, B. Gunnar, Yeland, B. Hanne and Arbu, Grete, Damien Hirst: Life, Death and Love. Works from the Astrup Fearnlye Collection (Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo 2007)
  • Damien Hirst, Superstition (Other Criteria and Gagosian Gallery, London 2007); texts by John Banville, Richard Bradford and poems by Phillip Larkin
  • N.P. James, Damien Hirst: The Biopsy Paintings and Other Works (CV Publications, London 2007)
  • Corpus: Damien Hirst – Drawings 1981-2006 (Gagosian Gallery, New York and Other Criteria, London 2007); text by Simon Baker; interview with the artist by John Gray
  • Damien Hirst: The Bilotti Paintings (Gagosian Gallery, London 2006)
  • Damien Hirst: The Elusive Truth – New Paintings (Gagosian Gallery, New York 2006)
  • In the Darkest Hour There May Be Light: Works From Damien Hirst’s Murderme Collection (Serpentine Gallery and Other Criteria, London 2006); text by Harland Miller; interview with the artist by Hans Ulrich Obrist
  • New Religion (Paul Stolper and Other Criteria, London 2006); interview with the artist by Sean O’Hagan
  • Damien Hirst: The Death Of God – Towards a Better Understanding of a Life Without God Aboard the Ship of Fools (Galería Hilario Galguera, Colonial San Rafael, Mexico and Other Criteria, London 2006); text by Damien Hirst; interview with the artist by Hilario Galguera
  • Kent, Sarah, Damien Hirst: Works on Paper From the Collection of the Andipa Gallery (Andipa Gallery, London 2005)
  • Damien Hirst: Pharmacy (Sotheby’s, London 2004)
  • Damien Hirst: from the Cradle to the Grave – Selected Drawings (Other Criteria and The British Council, London 2004); text by Annushka Shani
  • Damien Hirst (Museo Archeologico Nazionale and Electa, Naples 2004); texts by Eduardo Cicelyn and Mario Codognato; interview with the artist by Mirta D’Argenzio
  • Damien Hirst: The Agony and the Ecstasy (Electra Napoli, Naples 2004), text by Eduardo Cicelyn and Mario Codognato; interview with the artist by Mirta D'Argenzio
  • From The Cradle to The Grave: Selected Drawings- Damien Hirst (The International Centre of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia 2003)
  • Damien Hirst: From the Cradle to the Grave – Selected Drawings (Other Criteria and The British Council, London 2003); text by Annushka Shani
  • Shani, Annushka, Damien Hirst: Romance in the Age of Uncertainty (White Cube, London 2003)
  • Hirst, Damien, The Cancer Chronicles (Other Criteria, London 2003)
  • On the Way to Work (Faber and Faber, London 2001); interview with the artist by Gordon Burn
  • Shone, Richard, Damien Hirst: Pictures from the Saatchi Gallery (Booth-Clibborn Editions, London 2001)
  • Burn, Gordon and George Poste, Damien Hirst: Theories, Models, Methods, Approaches, Assumptions, Results and Findings (Gagosian Gallery, New York 2000)
  • Allan, Hugh (ed.), Damien Hirst: The Beautiful Afterlife (Gallery Bruno Bischofberger, Zurich 1997)
  • Violete, Robert (ed.), I Want to Spend the Rest of My Life Everywhere, With Everyone, One to One, Always, Forever, Now (Booth-Clibborn Editions, London 1997); reprinted as a smaller edition by Other Criteria and Booth Clibborn in 2005
  • Damien Hirst: No Sense of Absolute Corruption (Gagosian Gallery, New York 1996); interview with the artist by Stuart Morgan
  • Grimmer, Dietgard and Norman Rosenthal, Damien Hirst: Prix Eliette von Karajan (Osterfestspiele Salzburg, 1995)
  • Damien Hirst: Making Beautiful Drawings (Bruno Brunnet Fine Arts, Berlin 1994)
  • Burn, Gordon, Damien Hirst (Jablonka Galerie, Cologne 1993)
  • Shone, Richard, Damien Hirst: The 3rd International Istanbul Biennale (British Council, London 1992)
  • Damien Hirst (Jay Jopling and the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London 1991); text by Charles Hall; interview with the artist by Sophie Call

General publications and group exhibition catalogues

  • Mendes Bürgi, Benhard (ed.), Sculpture on the Move: 1946-1916 (Kunstmuseum Basel and Hatje Cantz, Berlin 2016)
  • Getlein, Mark and Annabel Howard, Art Visionaries (Laurence King Publishing, London 2016)
  • Fullerton, Elizabeth, Artrage: The story of the Britart Revolution (Thames & Hudson, London 2016)
  • Heyler, Joanne, Ed Schad, Chelsea Beck (eds.), The Broad Collection (The Broad, Delmonico Books, Prestel, Los Angeles 2015
  • 30,000 Years of Art (Phaidon, London 2015)
  • Grovier, Kelly, Art Since 1989 (Thames & Hudson, London 2015)
  • Pirozzi, Carlo and Katherine Lockton (eds.), Like Leaves in Autumn (Luath Press Limited, Edinburgh 2015), p. 79
  • Fortenberry, Diane and Rebecca Morrill (eds.), Body of Art (Phaidon Press, London, 2015), p. 270
  • Cutler, E.P. and Julien Tomasello, Art + Fashion, Collaborations and Connections Between Icons (Chronicle Books, San Francisco 2015), pp.118 - 125
  • Gaffney, Catherine (ed.), History Is Now: 7 Artists Take on Britain (Hayward Publishing, London, 2015); texts by Sheila Dillon, Adrian Forty, Daniel Fujiwara, Charlotte Higgins, Jackie Kay, David Alan Mellor, Cliff Lauson
  • Archer, Michael, Art Since 1960 (Thames and Hudson, London 2015)
  • Philips Contemporary Art: New York Evening sale 13-14 November 2014 (Philips, New York 2014)
  • Poli, Francesco, Non ci capisco niente: Arte contemporanea istruzioni per l'uso (Mondadori Electa, Milan 2014)
  • Bethenod, Martin and Michel Gauthier, Art Lovers: Stories of Art in the Pinault Collection (Lienart éditions, Paris 2014)
  • Beard, Lee and Rebecca Morrill (eds.), The Twenty-First Century Art Book (Phaidon, London 2014); texts by Jonathan Griffin, Paul Harper, David Trigg and Eliza Williams, p.121
  • Ward, Ossian, Ways of Looking: How to experience contemporary art (Laurence King, London 2014)
  • DAMIEN HIRST Commotion / Durcheinander ARNULF RAINER (Arnulf Rainer Museum, New York, 2014); text by Rudi Fuchs
  • Biesenbach, Klaus (ed.), Henry Darger (Prestel Verlag, Munich 2014)
  • Kittelmann, Udo and Knapstein, Gabriele (ed.), Wall Works: Working with the wall since the 1960s (Kerber Verlag, Berlin 2014)
  • Lin, Mun-Lee (ed.), A Contemporary Dialogue with Michelangelo (Museum of National Taipei University of Education, Taiwan 2013), p.46-47, p.105-106
  • Petry, Michael, Nature Morte, (Thames and Hudson, 2013), p.234
  • Muir, Gregor (ed.), ICA: The Old Selfridges Hotel – A Journey through London Subculture (ICA, London 2013)
  • Ulrich Obrist, Hans (ed.), do it: the compendium, (Independent Curators International, New York/DAP, 2013)
  • All You Need is Love: From Chagall to Kusama and Hatsune Miku (Mori Art Museum, Tokyo 2013); texts by Nanjo Fumio, Kakuta Mitsuyo, Tanaka Yuko, Okada Atsushi and Fujii Naotaka
  • Cranford Collection: Out of the House (Fundación Banco Santander, Madrid 2013); texts by Anne Pontégnie, Mark Godfrey, Amanda Sarroff, Lisa Slominski and Alice Walters
  • Kvaran, Gunnar B, Ingrid Pettersen and Hanne Beate Ueland, To Be With Art Is All We Ask, (Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, 2012), pp.121-128
  • Bird, Michael, 100 Ideas that Changed Art (Laurence King, London 2012)
  • Slavická, Milena and Nedoma, Petr, Beyond Reality. British Painting Today (Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague 2012)
  • Hallett, Jess and Jefferson Hack, Kate Moss (Rizzoli International Publications, New York 2012)
  • Rosenthal, Mark, Marla Prather, Ian Alteveer and Rebecca Lowery, Regarding Warhol sixty artists fifty years (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 2012)
  • Hodge, Susie, Why Your Five Year Old Could Not Have Done That: Modern Art Explained (Thames & Hudson, London 2012)
  • The Art Book (Phaidon, London 2012); texts by various authors
  • Cooper, Jenermy, Growing Up: The Young British Artists at 50 (Prestel Publishing Ltd., London 2012)
  • Merrony, Mark (ed.), Mougins Museum of Classical Art (Tien Wah Press, Mougins –France- 2011); texts by: Richard Galy, Mark Merrony, Julianne Courtts and other authors
  • Whitham, Graham and Grant Pooke, Understand Contemporary Art, (McGraw-Hill, London 2011)
  • Brüderlin, Markus (ed.), ‘The Art of Deceleration. Motion and Rest in Art from Caspar David Friedrich to Ai Weiwei’ (Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Munich 2011), texts by: Hartmut Böhme, Markus Brüderlin, Byung-Chul Han and other authors
  • Werner, Henry, Modern Art for Sale. Die Bedeutendsten Kunstmessen der Welt (Palmedia Publishing, Berlin 2011)
  • Gether, Christian, Stine Høholt and Naja Rasmussen (eds.), The Dresing Donation, (Arken Museum of Modern Art, London 2011)
  • Ingeldew, John, The A-Z of Visual Arts (Lawrence King Publishing, London 2011)
  • Cotter, Suzanne, Gioni, Massimiliano, Curiger, Bice, Enwezor, Okwui, Butler, Connie, Nickas, Bob, Ulrich Obrist, Hans, Birnbaum, Daniel, Defining Contemporary Art – 25 Years in 200 Pivotal Artworks (Phaidon, London and New York 2011)
  • Barrett, Terry, Making Art: Form and Meaning (McGraw-Hill, New York 2011)
  • Faith (Sims Reed Gallery, London 2011)
  • Farthing, Stephen (ed.), 1001 Paintings You Must See Before You Die (Harper Collins, Sydney 2011); texts by Anna Amari-Parker, Aliki Braine, Alice Bell, Amy Elin Haavik and other authors
  • Finger, Brad and Christiane Weidemann, 50 Contemporary Artists You Should Know (Prestel, Munich, London, New York 2011)
  • Un-authored, Modern British Sculpture, (Royal Academy of Arts, London 2011)
  • Winston, Helena and Stephen Hoban (eds.), The Luminous Interval: The D Daskalopoulos Collection (Guggenheim Museum Publications, New York 2011); texts by Simon Critchley & Jamieson Webster, Brian Sholis, Katherine Brinson & Susan Thompson; interview with Dimitris Daskalopoulos by Nancy Spector
  • Pooke, Grant, Contemporary British Art: An Introduction (Routledge, Oxon, UK and New York 2011)
  • Cities, Symbols, Icons, Cartoons (Nkeip, Luxemburg 2010); texts by Paul di Felice
  • Made in Britain: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection 1980-2010 (British Council, Beijing, 2010)
  • Mallet, Sylvie and Adiceam, Ashok (eds.) Hope: Une Exposition d’Art Contemporain sur l’Espoir (Skira Flammarion, 2010)
  • Pooke, Grant and Graham Whitham, Understand Contemporary Art (Hodder Education, London and McGraw-Hill, New York 2010)
  • Monanisms, (Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart Tasmania, Australia 2010); texts by David Walsh, Elizabeth Mead, Jane Clark, Damian Cowell, Gregory Barsamian and Tim Walsh
  • Borchardt-Hume, Achim (ed.), Keeping it Real: From the Ready-Made to the Everyday – The D Daskalopoulos Collection (Whitechapel Gallery, London 2010)
  • Engel Mogensen, Tine, Jens Erik Sorensen and Lise Mortensen, I Love You (ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark 2010)
  • Urban, Otto M, Decadence Now! Visions of Excess (Arbor Vitae, Revnice, Czech Republic, 2010)
  • Quin, Elisabeth, ‘Epitaphe 3’, C’est la Vie: Vanités de Pompéi à Damien Hirst (Skira Flammarion, Paris 2010)
  • Hendy-Ekers, Kathryn, Lou Chamberlin and Deryck Greenwood, Art-iculate: art for VCE Units 1-4 (Cambridge University Press, Australia 2010)
  • Blake, Peter, Homage 10 x 5 Blake’s Artists (Waddington Galleries, London 2010)
  • Aranson, HH and Elizabeth C Mansfield, History of Modern Art (Prentice Hall, New Jersey 2010)
  • Kolon GmbH, Frechmann, Kunst (Parragon Press, Bath 2010)
  • Fichner-Rathus, Lois, Understanding Art (Wadsworth Cenage Learning, Boston 2010)
  • UBS Art Collection, (OpernTurm Frankfurt, 2010); texts by Felicity Lunn and Mara Muller
  • Bankowsky, Jack, Alison M Gingeras and Catherine Wood (eds.), Pop Life: Art in a Material World (Tate Publishing, London 2009); texts by Jack Bankowsky, Scott Rothkopf, Catherine Wood, Nicholas Cullinan and Alison M Gingeras
  • BA rock (Museo D’Arte Contemporanea DonnaRegina, Napoli 2009); texts by Eugenio Viola and Francesca Franco
  • Bonham-Carter, Charlotte and David Hodge, The Contemporary Art Book (Goodman, London 2009)
  • Kammerlohr, Otto, Walter Etschmann and Robert Hahne, Kammerlohr: Themen der Kunst Plastic (Oldenbourg, Munchen, Germany 2009)
  • Lock, Deborah, Anneka Wahlhaus, Sue Malyan, Lorrie Mack, Elizabeth Haldane, Wendy Horobin and Penny Smith (eds.), Children’s Book of Art (Dorling Kindersley, London 2009)
  • Keddie, Jamie, Images (Oxford University Press 2009)
  • Holzwarth, Hans Werner (ed.), 100 Contemporary Artists (Taschen, Cologne 2009); texts by Cecillia Alemani, Jens Asthoff, Kirsty Bell, Andrew Bonacina, Stephane Correard, Yilmaz Dziewior, Suzanne Hudson, Eva Kernauer, Christy Lange, Holger Lund, Astrid Mania, Rodrigo Moura, Vivian Rehberg, Christiane Rekade, Jean-Michel Ribettes, Brian Scholis, Amy Smith-Stewart, Susanne Titz and Ossian Ward
  • Russell, Suzanne, Focus on Contemporary Art, (Alenia, Copenhagen 2009)
  • Sudjic, Deyan, The Language of Things: Design, Luxury, Fashion, Art – How We Are Seduced by the Objects Around Us, (Penguin Books, London 2009)
  • Biesenbach, Klaus (ed.), Henry Darger (Prestel, Munich 2009); texts by Brooke Davis Anderson, Michael Bonesteel and Carl Watson
  • Dickins, Rosie and Mari Griffith, The Usborne Introduction to Art (Usborne, London 2009)
  • Dimbleby, David, Carver, Martin, Goodall, John, Doran, Susan, Macleod, Catharine, Styles, John, James, Lawrence, Spalding, Francis, The Seven Ages of Britain (Hodder & Stoughton, London 2009)
  • Cashell, Kieran, Aftershock: The Ethics of Contemporary Transgressive Art (IB Tauris, London 2009)
  • Segalot, Philippe and Franck Giraud, The Impossible Collection: The 100 Most Coveted Artworks of the Modern Era (Assouline, New York 2009)
  • Corgnati, Martina, L’Opera Replicante (Editrice Compositori, Bologna 2009)
  • The Future Demands your Participation: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection (British Council, 2009); text by Simon Grant
  • Key, Anthony and Cynthia Morrison-Bell, Pot Luck (Art Circuit Touring Exhibitions, London 2009)
  • Guglielmino, Giorgio, How to Look at Contemporary Art…and Like It, (Umberto Allemandi & Co, London 2008)
  • Bernstein, Joanne (ed.), Moving Horizons: the UBS Art Collection: 1960s to the present day (National Art Museum of China and UBS AG, Beijing 2008); texts by Joanne Bernstein, Anthony Bond, Natasha Bullock, Jane Devery, Caroline Hancock, Barbara Hofmann-Johnson, Tamaki Koshida, Beatrice Leanza, Pi Li, Valeria Liebermann, Sophie Matthiesson, Kayo Machino, Julie Maguire, Allison Moore, Jason Smith, Ursula Trubenback, Katja Vobiller, Susan van Wyk and Michelle Yun
  • Miller, Harland, You Dig the Tunnel, I’ll Hide the Soil (White Cube, London, 2008)
  • Herwig, Oliver and Axel Thallemer, Water/Wasser: Unity of Art and Science (Arnoldsche, Germany 2008)
  • Eshun, Ekow (ed.), How Soon is Now: 60 years of the Institute of Contemporary Arts (Institute of Contemporary Arts, London 2008)
  • Petersen, Vibeke (ed.), Dresing Collection (The Merla Art Foundation, Denmark 2008)
  • Acton, Mary, Guardare l’Arte Contemporanea (Einaudi, Turin, Italy 2008)
  • Graw, Isabelle, Der Grosse Preis: Kunst Zwischen Markt und Celebrity Kultur (Dumont, Berlin 2008)
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew (ed.), Art: The Definitive Visual Guide (Dorling Kindersley, London 2008)
  • Cros, Caroline, Qu’est-ce que la Sculpture Aujourd’hui? (Beaux Arts Éditions, Paris 2008)
  • Art for Baby: Twelve Works by Famous Contemporary Artists to Explore with your Baby (Templar, Dorking, UK 2008)
  • Pipes, Alan, Foundations of Art & Design (Laurence King, London 2008)
  • Townsend, Chris, Art & Death (IB Tauris, London 2008)
  • Rowan, Tiddy, A Guide to Modern & Contemporary Art in the City: London (Quadrille, London 2008)
  • Heartney, Eleanor, Art & Today (Phaidon, London and New York 2008)
  • Bonami, Francesco, Arte Contemporanea: Volume Sei - Duemila (La Biblioteca di Repubblica-l’Espresso and Electa, Milan 2008)
  • Bernadelli, Francesco, Arte Contemporanea: Volume Cinque - Anni Novanta (La Biblioteca di Repubblica-l’Espresso and Electa, Milan 2008)
  • David-Martin, F and Lee A Jacobus (eds.), The Humanities through the Arts (McGraw-Hill, New York 2008)
  • Stephens, Chris (ed.), The History of British Art 1870 – Now (Tate Publishing, 2008); texts by Rasheed Araeen, Nicolas Bourriaud, Robert Burstow, Virginia Button, Eddie Chambers, Barry Curtis, Penelope Curtis, Emma Dexter, Martina Droth, Alicia Foster, Matthew Gale, Ann Gallagher, Martin Hammer, Charles Harrison, Richard Humphreys, Timothy Hyman, Carol Jacobi, Sarah Lowndes, Sheila McGregor, Sue Malvern, David Alan Mellor, Catherine Moriarty, Neil Mullholland, Gill Perry, David Peters Corbett, Elizabeth Prettejohn, Julian Stallabrass, Chris Stephens, Andrew Stephenson, Colin Trodd, Robert Upstone, Clarrie Wallis, Hester R Westley, Andrew Wilson, Paul Wood and William Wood
  • Wilson, Simon, and Jessica Lack, The Tate Guide to Modern Art Terms (Tate Publishing, London 2008)
  • Ballantyne, Andrew, Deleuze & Guattari for Architects (Routledge, Oxford 2007)
  • Acton, Mary, Learning to look at Modern Art (Routledge, London and New York 2007)
  • Stout, Katherine and Lizzie Carey-Thomas, The Turner Prize and British Art (Tate Publishing, London 2007)
  • Caruso, Laura (ed.), Radar: Selections from the Collection of Vicki and Kent Logan (Denver Art Museum, US 2007)
  • Oberhollenzer, Günther, Andreas Hoffer and Silvia Köpf, Passion for Art: 35th Anniversary of the Essl Collection (Sammlung Essl, Vienna 2007)
  • Lullin, Etienne and Florian-Oliver Simm, Contemporary Art in Print: The Publications of Charles Booth-Clibborn and his imprint - The Paragon Press 2001-2006 (Paragon Press: Contemporary Editions, London 2007)
  • Gielen, Denis, Atlas of Contemporary Art for Use Everyone (Museum of Contemporary Arts of Grand-Hornu, Boussu 2007)
  • Hall-Duncan, Nancy and Peter C Sutton, Contemporary + Cutting Edge: Pleasures of Collecting, Part III (Bruce Museum, Connecticut 2007)
  • Hirst, Mark and Alistair Hicks, Beyond Sensation (Deutsche Bank Art Collection, London and Frankfurt 2007)
  • Re-Object (Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria 2007); texts by Sebastion Egenhofer, John Gray, Gudrun Inboden and Herbert Molderings
  • Mercurio, Gianni, Demetrio Paparoni and Davide Rampello, Timer: Intimità/Intimacy (Skira, Milan 2007)
  • Winter, Judith, Draw: Conversations Around the Legacy of Drawing (Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, UK 2007)
  • Dark Matter (White Cube, London 2006); texts by Annushka Shani and Donald Kuspit
  • Koolhaas, Rem and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine Gallery 24-hour Interview Marathon: London (Serpentine Gallery, London 2006)
  • Freeman, Julian, British Art: A Walk Round the Rusty Pier (Southbank Publishing, London 2006)
  • Imanse, Geurt, Aanwinsten / Acquisitions 1993- 2003 (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 2006)
  • Belliti, Chiara, Eretica (Civica Galleria d’ Arte Moderna, Palermo 2006)
  • Farthing, Stephen and Geoff Dyer, 1001 Paintings You Must See Before You Die (New Burlington Books, London 2006)
  • Oliva, Achille Bonito and F David Peat, Il Buco (Pio Monti, Rome 2006)
  • Wiseman, Caroline, Modern Art Now: From Conception to Consumption (Strawberry Art Press, Ipswich 2006)
  • Bracewell, Michael, Pi Li and Emily Butler, Aftershock: Contemporary British Art 1990 – 2006 (The British Council, London 2006)
  • Rugoff, Ralph, Michael Archer, Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton and Roger Malbert, How to Improve the World: 60 years of British Art (Hayward Gallery, London 2006)
  • Leismann, Burkhard and Ralf Scherer, Diagnosis (Art): Contemporary Art Reflecting Medicine (Wienand, Berlin 2006)
  • Celant, Germano, Da Van Gogh a Warhol Lavoro: Machine e Automazione nelle Arti del Novecento (Genova Palazzo Ducale, Italy 2006)
  • Pesenti, Allegra, Motion on Paper (Ben Brown Fine Arts, London 2006)
  • Antonaz, Roberto, Vittorino Boem, Francesco Bonami, Sarah Cosulich Canarutto, Infinite Painting: Contemporary Painting and Global Realism (Villa Manin Centro d'Arte Contemporanea and Azienda Speziale Villa Manin, Udine 2006)
  • Kontova, Helena, Giancarlo Politi and Rosalind Krauss, Prague Biennale 2: Expanded Painting (Giancarlo Politi Editore, Milan 2005)
  • Dickins, Rosie, The Usborne Book of Art (Usborne, London 2005)
  • Grosenick, Uta, ART NOW (Taschen, London 2005)
  • Keller, Anne, Beatrix Ruf and Stefan Kalmar, Art at 30 St Mary Axe (Swiss Reinsurance Group, Zurich 2005)
  • Clifford, Timothy, CHOICE: Twenty-One Years of Collecting for Scotland (The National Galleries of Scotland 2005)
  • Bonnant, Arlène and David Breuer-Weil, CAP Collection (CAP Art, Switzerland 2005)
  • Portelli, Guy, Modern British Sculpture (Schiffer, London 2005)
  • Debrett’s People of Today 2005 (Debrett’s, London 2005); texts by Charles Mosley, Zoë Gullen, Daniel Sefton, Jo Aitchison and Ian Steuart Fothringham
  • von Oehsen, Kristine, Ruckkehr ins All (Hanburger Kunsthalle, Germany 2005)
  • Gade, Rune, Kønnet, Kroppen, Kunsten (Informations Forlag, Copenhagen 2005)
  • Johannesen, Ina, Marianne Holtermann and Sarah Kent, London Calling: Y[oung] B[ritish] A[rtists] Criss-crossed (Galleri Kaare Berntsen, Olso 2005)
  • Csikszentmihályi, Chris, Caroline A Jones and McKenzie Wark, Chris Csikszentmihályi: Skin Control (Location One, New York and Charta, Milan 2005)
  • Glimcher, Marc, Logical Conclusions, 40 years of Rule-based Art (Pacewildenstein, New York 2005)
  • Van Tuyl, Gijs, Rudi Fuchs, Holger Broeker, Alberto Ruiz de Samaniego, Contemporanea (Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg 2005)
  • Jeanne de Rooij, Marie, The Hague Sculpture 2004, (The Hague Sculpture 2004)
  • Deitch, Jeffrey, Monument to Now (DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, London 2004)
  • Coetzee, Mark, Not Afraid: Rubell Family Collection (Phaidon, London 2004)
  • Jones, Allen and David Hockney, Royal Academy Illustrated 2004 (Royal Academy of Arts, London 2004)
  • Das 20.Jahrhundert (Dumont, Cologne 2004)
  • H Barr Jr, Alfred, What’s Modern (Gagosian Gallery, New York 2004)
  • Figura, Starr, Judith Hecker, Raimond Livasgani, Harper Montgomery, Jennifer Roberts, Sarah Suzuki, Wendy Weitman and Deborah Wye, Artists & Prints: Masterworks from The Museum of Modern Art (The Museum of Modern Art, New York 2004)
  • Tervo, Mirja, Lehmä (Atena Kustannus Oy, Jyväskylä 2004)
  • Le Thorel-Daviot, Pascale, Nouveau Dictionaire des Artistes Contemporain (Larousse, Paris 2004)
  • Downing, Dick and Ruth Watson, School Art: What’s In It? (National Foundation for Educational Research, Berkshire, UK 2004)
  • Stallabrass, Julian, Art Incorportated (Oxford University Press 2004)
  • Logan, Kent and Dean Sobel, A New Modernism for a New Millennium: Abstraction and Surrealism are Reinvented in the Internet Age (The Logan Collection Vail, Colorado 2004)
  • Malik, Suhail, Paper Democracy: Contemporary Art in Editions on Paper (Edifício Cultura Inglesa, São Paulo 2004)
  • Karabelnik, Marianne, Victor Tupitsyn, Thomas Koerfer and Juri Steiner, Stripped Bare: The Body Revealed in Contemporary Art (Merrell Publishers, New York and London 2004)
  • van Tuyl, Gijs and Carl H Hahn, The Open Museum: The First Ten Years (Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg 2004)
  • Kelley, Mike, John C Welchman and Christoph Grunenberg, Mike Kelley: The Uncanny (Tate Liverpool, UK; Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna and Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne 2004)
  • Drawings (Gagosian Gallery, London 2004)
  • Muir, Gregor and Clarrie Wallis, In A Gadda Da Vida (Tate Britain, Tate Publishing, London 2004)
  • Rose, Andrea, Tim Marlow and Richard Riley, Turning Points: 20th Century British Sculpture (Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art and Iranian Institute for promotion of visual arts, Tehran 2004)
  • Singular Forms (Sometimes Repeated): Art from 1951 to the Present (Guggenheim Museum, New York 2004)
  • Das Grosse Fressen: Von Pop bis Heute (Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Germany 2004)
  • Supernova: Art of the 1990s from the Logan Collection (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 2003)
  • A Bigger Splash: British Art from Tate 1960 – 2003 (Oca Parque Ibirapuera and Instituto Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo 2003)
  • Joo, Yeon Hwa, British Contemporary 28 October – 31 January 2004 (Arario Gallery, Korea 2003)
  • Doove, Edith and Philippe Pirotte, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens: Jaarcatalogus 2003 (Museum Dhondt-Dhaens, Deurle, Belgium 2003)
  • Anderberg, Birgitte, Christian Gether and Gunnar B Kvaran, PLETSKUD Vaerker fra Astrup Fearnley Samlingen (ARKEN, Denmark 2003)
  • Windsor, Alan, British Sculptors of the Twentieth Century (Ashgate Publishing, Hants, UK 2003)
  • Gillick, Liam, White Cube: 44 Duke Street, St James’ London (Steidl, Gottingen, Germany 2002)
  • Burgi, Berhard and Pakesch, Peter, Painting on the Move (Kunstmuseum Basel - Museum fur Gegenwartskunst and Kunsthalle Basel 2002)
  • Sobel, Dean, Warhol, Koons, Hirst: Cult and Culture (Aspen Art Museum, 2001)
  • Schlieker, Andrea (ed.), Double Vision (DAAD; The Henry Moore Foundation and the British Council, Leipzig 2001)
  • Chen, Shuling, Field Day: Sculpture from Britain (Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan 2001)
  • Finckh, Gerhard and Susanne Cooper, Freestyle: Werke aus der Sammlung Boros (Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig, Cologne 2001)
  • Herbert, Martin, Complementary Studies: Recent Abstract Painting (Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston, UK 2001)
  • Muir, Gregor, Gavin Eddy and Sam Cowan, Group Exhibition (UBS Warburg, London 2001)
  • Schimel, Paul, Public Offerings (The Museum of Contemporary Arts, Los Angeles and Thames and Hudson, London 2001)
  • Invisible London (Ellipsis, London 2001)
  • Elliott, Patrick and Jeremy Lewison, Contemporary Art in Print (Booth-Clibborn Editions, London 2001)
  • Humphreys, Richard, The Tate Companion to British Art (Tate Publishing, London 2001)
  • Giannini, Claudia (ed.), Installations Mattress Factory 1990/1999 (University of Pittsburgh Press, Pennsylvania 2001)
  • Grosenick, Uta, ART NOW (Taschen, London 2000)
  • Sincerely yours (Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo 2000); texts by Christopher Saunders, Åsmund Thorkildsen and Øystein Ustvedt
  • Ant Noises at the Saatchi Gallery (The Pale Green Press, London 2000); text by Gemma de Cruz
  • Ant Noises at the Saatchi Gallery 2 (The Pale Green Press, London 2000); text by Gemma de Cruz
  • Curiger, Bice, Hyper Mental (Kunsthaus Zurich and Hamburger Kunsthalle 2000)
  • Tooby, Mike and John Cage, Blue: Borrowed and New (The New Art Gallery, Walsall 2000)
  • Bevan, Rogar, Now It’s My Turn to Scream: Works by Contemporary British Artists from the Logan Collection (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California 1999)
  • Leeds 13: Fine Arts: The Degree Show (University of Leeds Fine Art 1999)
  • Van Tuyl, Gijs and Holger Broeker, Gesammelte Werke 1 Zeitgenössische Kunst seit 1968 (Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg 1999)
  • Bonami, Francesco and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Dreams (Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Per L’Arte, Turin 1999)
  • Schneede, Uwe and David Rimanelli, Wall Works (Editions Schellmann, Munich and New York 1999)
  • Naisbitt, John, High Tech High Touch (Broadway Books, New York 1999)
  • Collings, Matthew, This is Modern Art (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1999)
  • Brauchitsch, Boris von, Das 20.Jahrhundert. Meisterwerke Jahr Für Jahr (Dumont, Germany 1999)
  • Honour, Hugh and John Fleming, A World History of Art (Laurence King, London 1999)
  • Barker, Emma, Contemporary Cultures of Display (Yale University Press, New York and London 1999)
  • Hall, James, The World as Sculpture (Chatto & Windus, London 1999)
  • Stallabrass, Julian, High Art Lite (Verso, London 1999)
  • Bonami, Francesco and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Dreams (Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l'Arte, Torino and Castelvecchi Arte, Rome 1999)
  • Bonami, Francesco and Judith Nesbitt, Examining Pictures: Exhibiting Paintings (Whitechapel Art Gallery, London and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago 1999)
  • Zelanski, Paul and Mary Pat Fisher, The Art of Seeing (Prentice Hall, USA 1998)
  • Art of the 20th Century (Taschen, London 1998); texts by Ingo Walther (ed.), Ruhrberg, Schneckenburger, Fricke and Honnef
  • Gayford, Martin and Karen Wright, The Penguin Book of Art Writing (Viking, USA 1998)
  • Jaukkuri, Maaretta, ‘Interpreting Contemporary Art’, The Finnish National Gallery Annual Publication 1998, p.61
  • Whittington, Richard and John McEwen, Colony Room Club: Members Only (London 1998)
  • Bille, Jana, Dimensions Variable (British Council, London 1998)
  • Ross, David and Gary Garrels, A Portrait of Our Times: An Introduction to the Logan Collection (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 1998)
  • Muller, Brian, UK Maximum Diversity (Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna 1998)
  • Casadio, Mariuccia and Pasquale Leccese, À Noir (Editions Assouline, Paris 1998)
  • Cappellazzo, Amy, Wild/Life, or, The Impossibility of Mistaking Nature for Culture (Weatherspoon Art Gallery, North Carolina 1998)
  • Yau, John, Inner Eye: Contemporary Art from the Marc and Livia Straus Collection,(Samuel P Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville 1998
  • Elliott, David, Wounds: Between Democracy and Redemption in Contemporary Art (Moderna Museet, Stockholm 1998)
  • Lapa, Pedro, Laurence Bossé and Guy Brett, Life/Live (Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris 1997
  • Button, Virginia, The Turner Prize (Tate Gallery Publishing 1997)
  • Marshall, Catherine (ed.), Breaking the Mould: British Art of the 1980s and 1990s (Lund Humphries Publishers, London and the Irish Museum of Modern Art 1997); texts by Richard Cork and Penelope Curtis
  • Shand Kydd, Johnnie, Spit Fire: Photographs from the Artworld- London 1996/97 (Thames & Hudson, London 1997)
  • Un-authored, Package Holiday (The Hydra Workshop, Greece 1997)
  • Murphy, Bernice (ed.), Pictura Britanica: Art from Britain (Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1997)
  • Marshall, Catherine (ed.), British Art of the 1980s and 1990s: The Welkunst Collection, p.27 (Lund Humphries Publishers, London and Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin 1997)
  • Sensation: Young British Artists From The Saatchi Collection (Royal Academy of Arts, London 1997); texts by Brooks Adams, Lisa Jardine, Martin Maloney, Norman Rosenthal and Richard Shone
  • The View from Denver: Contemporary American Art from the Denver Art Museum (Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna 1997); texts by Marlene Chambers, Laura Caruso, Rainer Fuchs, Christa Mittermayr and Sophie Haaser
  • Private View (Henry Moore Institute, Leeds 1996); texts by Robert Hopper, Elizabeth Conran, Veit Görner and Penelope Curtis
  • Happy End (Kunsthalle Dusseldorf 1996); Marie Luise Syring, Ulrich Horstmann, Gianni Gentilini and Doreet Levitté-Harten
  • About Vision: New British Painting in the 1990s (Museum of Modern Art Oxford, 1996); texts by various authors
  • Ulrich Obrist, Hans, Do It (The Reykjavik Municipal Art Museum 1996)
  • Frogier, Larys, Laboratoires: Pour Une Expérience du Corps: Damien Hirst, Fabrice Hybert, Kiki Smith, Patrick van Caeckenberg (Presses Universitaires des Rennes, 1995)
  • Freedman, Carl, Minky Manky (South London Gallery 1995)

Press

  • Mayer, Catherine, ‘What Damien Hirst did next’, Financial Times, 24 March 2017
  • Self, William, ‘Why I Love Damien Hirst’, Esquire, 10 October 2016
  • Riley- Smith, Ben,’ Hirst’s secret gift to nation: a surprise spin on the queen’, The Daily Telegraph, No.49,990, 13 February 2016, p.4
  • Shakespeare, Sebastian,’ Ding-dong in Mayfair over Hirst’s syringe tree’, The Daily Mail, 7 December 2015, pp. 32-33
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst’s latest work… a 150ft basement for storing his art collection’, Daily Mail, 22 October 2015, p. 29
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘The the world can’t get enough of contemporary art’, The Daily Telegraph, 20 October 2015, p. 26
  • Goss, Alexandra, ‘Moving On’, The Sunday Times: Home, 18 October 2015, p. 3
  • Senior, Emily, ‘From The Experts’, House & Garden, November 2015, p. 115
  • Street-Porter, Janet, ‘Janet Street-Porter: Don’t wait until Frieze to see some excellent art’, The Independent, 10 October 2015, p. 39
  • McClean, Daniel, ‘The Law and Its Ideas’, Art Review, September 2014, pp. 80 - 81
  • Schachter, Kenny, ‘Viewpoint’, Baku: Issue 16, Summer 2015, pp. 61 - 62
  • Un-authored, ‘The shape of things to come’, Porter Issue 10, Fall 2015, p. 129
  • Hudson, Mark, ‘Damien Hirst’s new gallery is remarkable’, The Daily Telegraph, 29 September 2015, p. 24
  • Sands, Sarah, ‘The Progress 1000 – London’s Most Influential People 2015’, The Evening Standard, September 2015, p. 73
  • Gillespie, James and Seth Jacobson, ‘Stuff me, Hirst has bought the lot’ The Sunday Times, 15 February 2015 p.17
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Greater than the sum of its parts’ FTWeekend (Life+Arts) 14-15 February 2015, p.10
  • Munro, Cait 'Damien Hirst painting sells for $1.6 million at Art Stage Singapore', artnet.com, 26 January 2015
  • Nolan, Sean, ‘Pic: Damien Hirst has produced a portrait of Lionel Messi for a charity and it’s great’, sportsjoe.ie, 12 January 2015
  • D’Ancona, Matthew, ‘The ultimate value is the value that the viewers assign to the work when the artist is gone’, ES Magazine, 3 October 2014, front cover + pp.20-24
  • McClean, Daniel, ‘The Law and its Ideas: In a Spot of Bother – Damien Hirst’s removed wall-painting’, Art Review, September 2014, pp.80-81
  • Orr, Gillia, ‘Boggest Draws’, The Independent, 17 September 2014, pp.40-41
  • Harris, Gareth, ‘Damien Hirst’s London art space due to open next spring’, TheArtNewspaper.com, 22 July 2014
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Cool, calm and collected’, RA Magazine, Spring 2014, front cover + pp.50 - 54
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Where salerooms get upstaged’, The Daily Telegraph, 11 March 2014, p.24
  • Day, Elizabeth, ‘Damien Hirst is doing it for the kids…’, The Observer Magazine, 9 February 2014, front cover + pp. 14 - 21
  • ‘Christmas Charity Auction’, The Independent, 7 December 2013, p.46
  • Wright, Oliver, ‘PM backs our campaign to protect Africa’s elephants’, The Independent, 5 December 2013, pp.32-33
  • Rumbelow, Helen, ‘Is Damien Hirst now our best ambassador?’, The Times, 26 October 2013, p.28
  • Harris, Gareth, ‘Hirst denies Qatar fig leaf is a cover up’, The Art Newspaper (Frieze Artfair Edition), 18 – 20 October 2013, p.1
  • Sherwin, Adam, ‘Hirstonomics: How art’s enfant terrible became a cash cow again’, The Independent, 12 October 2013, p. 27
  • Moore, Susan, ‘The universe in microcosm’, Finacial Times (Frieze Week), 12 October 2013, pp. 8-9
  • Marriott, Hannah ‘A is for Art’, The Guardian (G2), 30 September 2013, p.9
  • ‘The Art of Britain: How ‘Art Everywhere’ promises to turn the UK into the World’s largest gallery’, The Guardian(Art Everywhere Supplement), 10 August 2013; text by Charlotte Higgins
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Don’t lose your head over Hirst’, The Guardian (Jonothan Jones on Art Blog), 17 July 2013
  • Kozinn, Allan, ‘A Catalog Will Detail Hirst’s Spot Paintings’, nytimes.com, 7 April 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst sculpture among artwork on display at Bath Abbey’ thisisbath.co.uk, 12 April 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘A New Art Basel Arrives in Hong Kong’ blogs.wsj.com 17 May 2013
  • Clark, Nick, ‘Colour of money: Damien Hirst catalogue divides art dealers’, The Independent, 6 April 2013, p. 6
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst and Marc Quinn featured in new Ukrainian exhibition’, Artlyst.com, 4 March 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst sets new Tate record, mad men hires ‘60s illustrator and more’, Artinfo.com, 12 March 2013
  • Cristina Ruiz, ‘Going, going, down… the price of Hirst’, The Times, 14 March 2013
  • Brown, Alfie, ‘Damien Hirst and the farce of value’, Independent.co.uk, 1 March 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst skull gets Comic Relief red nose’, Bbc.co.uk, 22 February 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Spot of the pops’, The Independent, 10 January 2013, p.4
  • Marlow, Tim, ‘Thinking Inside the Cube’, Cutler and Gross Magazine, Issue 2, 2012 pp.50 - 53
  • Farago, Jason, ‘Damien Hirst’s transition from artist to luxury brand is complete’, Tnr.com, 15 December 2012
  • Adam, Georgian, ‘Hirst splits from globe’s richest gallery’, Financial Times, 14 December 2012, p.10
  • Pous, Terri, ‘Backpack of pills: Damien Hirst and the Olsens design a $55,000 bag’, Style.time.com, 4 December 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘At last, the real shark is exposed’, Daily Mail, 28 November 2012, p.14
  • Rice, Andrew, ‘Damien Hirst: jumping the shark’, Businessweek.com, 21 November 2012
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘Critics’ Review of the year: Art’, The Observer, 16 December 2012, p.21
  • Potton, Ed, ‘Damien Hirst to brush up Brits statuette’, The Times, 29 November 2012, p.29
  • Connolly, Ellen, ‘”You call that art?” the Turner Prize is here again’, Thefinancialist.com, 7 November 2012
  • Rivetti, Ermanno, ‘Hirst’s ancients and moderns’, The Art Newspaper, No. 240, November 2012, p.36
  • Un-authored, ‘The power 100’, ArtReview, Issue 63, November 2012, p.117
  • Morrison, Richard, ‘Derivative it may be, but Hirst’s bronze lady is gold for Ilfracombe’, The Times, 16 November 2012, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘PinchukArtCentre presents Two Weeks One Summer, a solo exhibition by Damien Hirst’, Artdaily.org, 7 November 2012
  • Bell, Matthew, ‘Verity lands in Devon. But is she a flounder or the catch of the day?’, The Independent (On Sunday), 21 October 2012, pp.1-3
  • Bennett, Catherine, ‘Damien Hirst has brought public art to a new low’, The Observer, 21 October 2012, p.41
  • Un-authored, ‘Critic’s choice, artist rooms: Damien Hirst’, The Times (Saturday Review), 20 October 2012, p.16
  • Morris, Steven, ‘Ilfracombe gives its verdict on Damien Hirst’, The Guardian (g2), 18 October 2012, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Butterfly effect: 9,000 butterflies die in Damien Hirst’s crowd-pleasing expo’, Rt.com, 15 October 2012
  • Ebrahimi, Helia, ‘YooxArt.com: Bag a Hirst original or a Balenciaga’, Telegraph.co.uk, 14 October 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst show sees visits to Walsall gallery up by 60pc’, Expressandstar.com, 13 October 2012
  • Keane, John, ‘There’s more to art than Frieze and Hirst’, Guardian.co.uk, 12 October 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst artwork causes uproar’, Au.lifestyle.yahoo.com, 11 October 2012
  • Gussin, Tony, ‘First impressions of Hirst’s Verity’, Northdevongazette.co.uk, 10 October 2012
  • Shaw, Anny, ‘If a Hirst breaks your budget, don’t despair’, The Independent, 10 October 2012
  • Gussin, Tony, ‘Hirst lifts the lid on Verity’, Northdevongazette.co.uk, 10 October 2012
  • Beech, James, ‘Hirst works on show’, Odt.co.nz, 10 October 2012
  • Harding, Eleanor, ‘The belly of the south’, Daily Mail, 9 October 2012
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘All guns blazing’, The Art Newspaper, No.239, October 2012, p.56
  • Bailey, Martin, ‘A not so golden Olympics’, The Art Newspaper, No.239, October 2012, pp. 17 and 18
  • Ruiz, Cristina, ‘Christie’s looks for buyers in Baku’, The Art Newspaper, No.239, October 2012, p.4
  • Un-authored, ‘Walsall’s new art gallery hosting Damien Hirst exhibition’, Expressandstar.com, 5 October 2012
  • Reyburn, Scott, ‘Beatles Pepper Collage on sale; Hirst AK-47 aids charity’, Businessweek.com, 5 October 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Phillips de Pury & co announces highlights from London October Contemporary art auctions’, Artdaily.org, 2 October 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst does dustbin’, Uk.phaidon.com, October 2012
  • Allen, Emily, ‘Gun-slinging bling: the decommissioned AK47s turned into beautiful works of art for World Peace Day’, Dailymail.co.uk, 27 September 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Turner prize hopefuls at Tate Britain’, Art of England, No.94, September 2012, pp.54 and 55
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Get your own Hirst for just £1.86!’, The Independent on Sunday, 30 September 2012, p.15
  • Manning, Sanchez, ‘Can’t afford a modern master? Rent it instead’, The Independent on Sunday, 30 September 2012, p.51
  • Maryam, ‘Of interest: Damien Hirst’, Huckberry.com, 25 September 2012
  • Harris, Gareth, ‘What will become of the Olympic works of art?’, Theartnewspaper.com, 24 September 2012
  • Miller, Michael H., ‘What will happen to Damien Hirst’s Olympic Union Jack?’, Galleristny.com, 24 September 2012
  • Sclark, ‘The 100 most iconic artworks from the last five years’, Zimbio.com, 21 September 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst, Nan Goldin and Tracey Emin donate prints to fund publisher’s treatment’, Telegraph.co.uk, 20 September 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst slammed after his pregnant woman sculpture is banned from postcards’, Swns.com, 20 September 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Traders may not be able to sell own Verity statue merchandise’, Thisisnorthdevon.co.uk, 20 September 2012
  • Ashby, Jack, ‘So when is natural history art?’, Blogs.ucl.ac.uk, 19 September 2012
  • Hawking, Tom, ’10 album covers you didn’t know were created by famous artists’, Flavorwire.com, 19 September 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst is Tate’s six million pound man’, Artlyst.com, 18 September 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst defies the critics and attracts record audience at Tate Modern’, Artinfo.com, 18 September 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst breaks Tate Modern record’, The Independent, 18 September 2012, p.22
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘One hell of a hangover’, The Guardian, 17 September 2012, pp.16-17
  • Freeman, Simon, ‘Hirst’s greatest hits make £6m for Tate’, Evening Standard, 17 September 2012, p.19
  • Croughton, Paul ‘Art of darkness’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 9 September 2012, pp.46-51
  • Un-authored, ‘Immaculate collection’, Stylist, No.139, 29 August 2012, pp. 67-70
  • Gompertz, Will, ‘But is it art?’, The Guardian (Review), 25 August 2012, pp.10-11
  • Warner, Marina, ‘Once a Catholic…’, 1rb.co.uk, 5 July 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘In London Galleries: Damien Hirst’, Evening Standard, 21 June 2012, p.47 (+cover)
  • Gopnik, Blake, ‘A brand called Damien Hirst’, Newsweek (The Arts), 26 March – 2 April 2012, pp.50-53
  • Constable, Nick and Chris Hastings, ‘Damien Hirst’s 67-foot pregnant Angel of the West’, The Daily Mail, 1 July 2012, p.7
  • Von Joel, Mike, ‘Swimming with sharks: The modern tragedy that is Damien Hirst’, State (magazine), No.7, May-June 2012, pp.10-11, (+cover)
  • Guller, Emrah, ‘Damien Hirst: revelations trough shock tactics’, Hurriyetdailynews.com, 23 April 2012
  • Vourazeri, Stefania, ‘Damien Hirst at Tate Modern’, Yatzer.com, 23 April 2012
  • Galeson, David,’ Sir Damien Hirst: artist or entrepreneur?’, Huffingtonpost.com, 20 April 2012
  • Barkham, Patrick, ‘Distressing but weirdly uplifting’, The Guardian (g2), 19 April 2012, pp. 10 and 11
  • Coomer, Martin, ‘Damien Hirst: Exhibition of the week’, Time Out, 19-25 April 2012, p.40
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘A giant chicken offers paltry reward’, The Times (Arts), 18 April 2012, pp. 14 and 15
  • Un-authored, ‘Young British Artists’, Private Eye, 6 April – 19 April 2012, p. 7
  • Wilson, Simon, ‘Vanitas Fair’, RA Magazine, Spring 2012, pp. 20 and 21
  • Hirst, Damien, ‘Death has not required us to keep a day free’, Tate etc, No. 24, Spring 2012, pp. 27, 28 and 29
  • Lovatt, Estelle, ‘Damien Hirst: Brit Art bad boy-gold or garbage?’, Art England, May 2012, No.90, pp.4 and 5, 22-27
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst’s favourite art – in pictures’, Guardian.co.uk, 17 April 2012
  • Wigglesworth, Robin, ‘Charities fear fallout from new limits on tax relief’, Financial Times, 14-15 April 2012, p.12
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Critics choice : Damien Hirst’, Financial Times, 14-15 April 2012, p. 17
  • Noveck, Jocelyn, ‘Kinkade: Home decorator, kitsch-master, or artist?, Kansascity.com, 14 April 2012
  • Moss, Abigail, ‘Hirst’s flagship exhibition flounces on’, Theupcoming.co.uk, 13 April 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Affordable Art Fair to reveal Damien Hirst new works’, Artylist.com, 12 April 2012
  • Murray, Martin and David Kuhrt, ‘Who knows what’s good art? Or bad art?’, The Independent (Letters to the editor), 11 April 2012, p.20
  • Moore-Bridger, Benedict and Simon Freeman, ‘Butterflies aside thirst for Hirst remains strong’, Evening Standard, 10 April 2012, p.11
  • Hamilton, Adrian, ‘A YBA who’s still causing a big sensation’, The Independent (Arts), 9 April 2012, pp. 44 and 45
  • Parkin, Peter, ‘The art of what?’, (Letters to the editor), 9 April 2012, p. 18
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Laughing in the jaws of his critics’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 8 April 2012, pp. 6 and 7
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Done to Death’, Seven (Arts), 8 April 2012, pp. 18 and 19
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘YBAs’ spot check’, The Independent on Sunday (The Critics), 8 April 2012, pp. 57 and 59
  • Clarckson, Jeremy, ‘Exploding art snob –it’s the best Hirst masterpiece yet’, The Sunday Times, 8 April 2012, p. 4
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘Before the artist lost his bite’, The Observer (The New Review), 8 April 2012, p. 29
  • Arbuthnott, George, ‘Inside Damien Hirst’s macabre art factory’, The Mail on Sunday, 8 April 2012, pp. 30 and 31
  • Graff, Vincent, ‘Move over Damien!’, Daily Mail, 7 April 2012, pp. 58 and 59
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘Exhibitions chosen by Alastair Sooke: Damien Hirst’, The Daily Telegraph (Review), 7 April 2012, pp. R16 and R17
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Death becomes him’, Financial Times (Arts and Books), 7-8 April 2012, p.8
  • Taylor, Rosie, ‘On sale at Damien Hirst’s gift shop, a £36,800 plastic skull’, Daily Mail, 3 April 2012, p.9
  • Letts, Quentin, ‘Litter-arti’, Daily Mail, 7 April 2012, p. 36
  • Lister, David, ‘I’ve had enough of the critics who insist on telling the world what is and isn’t art’, The Independent (Opinion), 7 April 2012, p.47
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Critic’s choice: Damien Hirst new show’, The Times (Saturday review), 7 April 2012, p.23
  • Yorke, Jacqui and Claire Edwards, ‘Move over Damien, my son’s got a head for art, too’, Daily Mail, 6 April 2012, p.59
  • Jones, Alice, ‘Send in the clowns’, The Independent (Arts), 6 April 2012 p.7
  • Editorial, ‘Damien Hirst: the artist we deserve’, The Guardian, 6 April 2012, p.36
  • Un-authored, ‘Easter picks for the long weekend: Damien Hirst’, Time Out, 5-11 April 2012, p.45
  • Un-authored, ‘Critics choice: Damien Hirst’, Time Out, 5-11 April 2012, p.46
  • Un-authored, ‘All your Easter eggs in one basket’, Time Out, 5-11 April 2012, pp 12, 13, 14 and 15
  • Theobald, Stephanie, ‘Selling art or selling out?’, Es Magazine, 5 April 2012, pp. 19, 20 and 21
  • Cavil, John and Jennie Smith, Damien Hirst’s solution for preserving his art’, (Letters to the Editor), The Daily Telegraph, 5 April 2012, p.29
  • Levy, Paul, ‘Art and showmanship’, Online.wsj.com, 5 April 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Art review: Damien Hirst @ Tate Modern’, Londonist.com, 5 April 2012
  • Harmon, Jane, ‘Damien Hirst review of an exhibition I never went to see’, Artylist.com, 5 April 2012
  • Sutton, Benjamin, ‘Excess through the gift shop: 10 head-scratching bits of Damien Hirst memorabilia you can buy at his Tate show’, Artinfo.com, 5 April 2012
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Are blockbuster art shows just for the boys?’, The Guardian (G2), 5 April 2012, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Critic denounces Damien Hirst “bubble”’, Artmediaagency.com, 4 April 2012
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Art’s More Important than Cash, Says HIrst (at the Show With £36,800 Souvenir Skulls)’, The Guardian, 3 April 2012, pp.3
  • Singh, Anita, ‘Damien Hirst interview: Even Michelangelo had his critics’, Telegraph.co.uk, 3 April 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Art is the world’s greatest currency, says Damien Hirst’, Timeslive.co.za, 3 April 2012 Searle, Adrian, ‘Where’s the meat?’, The Guardian (g2 – Arts), 3 April 2012, pp. 16 and 17
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Hirst attacks the big questions’, The Daily Telegraph, 3 April 2012, p.25
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst critic banned from Tate show, Artinfo.com, 3 April 2012
  • Hamilton, Adrian, ‘Maestro of the macabre’, The Independent (Arts), 3 April 2012, pp.36 and 37
  • Un-authored, ‘Show is a real Hirst quenquer’, Metro, 3 April 2012, p.23
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Away from the Flock: Damien Hirst’s lamb in limbo’, Guardian.co.uk, 3 April 2012
  • Noah, Sherna, ‘Pictured: Damien Hirst’s most outrageous work on display’, Belfasttelegraph.co.uk, 3 April 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Ooh, Tate a look at this’, Daily Mirror, 3 April 2012, p.16
  • Collet-White, Mike, ‘Art is “world’s greatest currency”, says Hirst’, Reuters.com, 2 April 2012
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Damien Hirst’s shock loses bite as Shark joins Skull in London’, Sfgate.com, 2 April 2012
  • Harmon, Jane, ‘Damien Hirst review of an exhibition I never went to see’, Artylist.com, 5 April 2012
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Damien Hirst, Tate Modern, review’, Telegraph.co.uk, 2 April 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst and Noel Fielding virtually tour Tate Modern’, Artlyst.com, 2 April 2012
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘Gillian Wearing, Whitechapel Gallery, review’, Telegraph.co.uk, 2 April 2012
  • Crace, John, ‘TV review: Game of Thrones; Made in Chelsea; Damien Hirst: thoughts, life, work’, Guardian.co.uk, 2 April 2012
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Con artist? Critics dismissed Picasso too’, Evening Standard, 2 April 2012, p.3
  • Nayeri, Farah, ‘Hirst touts art investing as skull joins shark in London’, Businessweek.com, 2 April 2012
  • Noah, Sherna, ‘Damien Hirst work on sale in Tate Modern’, Independent.co.uk, 2 Monday 2012
  • Glaister, Dan, ‘I’d like 11 and a half tons of resin, please’, The Guardian (g2), 2 April 2012, p. 16, 17 and 18
  • V.P., ‘Damien Hirst: the first look’, The Daily Telegraph, 2 April 2012, p.32
  • Robinson, John, ‘Damien Hirst: First look 8pm, Channel 4’, The Guardian (g2), 2 April 2012, p.24
  • Power, Vicki, ‘Today’s highlights. Damien Hirst: The first look’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 1 April 2012, p. 38
  • Un-authored, ‘Spring Arts calendar 2012. The Observer’s critics pick the season’s highlights’, The Observer (The New Review), 1 April 2012, pp. 16 and 17
  • Gray, Richard, ‘Jaws two, the battle of the sharks’, The Sunday Telegraph, 1 April 2012, p.11
  • Robecchi, Michele, ‘Damien Hirst: the spot paintings’, Flash Art, March/April 2012, p.42
  • Millard, Rosie, ‘How Damien Hirst got away from the flock’, The Times, 31 March 2012, p.24
  • Dillon, Brian, ‘He laughs in the face of death’, The Daily Telegraph (Review), 31 March 2012, pp.14 and 15
  • ‘Spring loaded’, The Daily Telegraph (Review), 31 March 2012, pp.4-7
  • Craig-Martin, Michael, ‘How Damien got in a pickle’, The Independent (Arts & Books), 30 March 2012, pp.1 and 4, 5 and 6
  • Wullschlaguer, Jackie, ‘A different kind of art boom’, Ft.com, 30 March 2012
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Lucky Kunst, by Gregor Muir’, Independent.co.uk, 30 March 2012
  • Letts, Quentin, ‘Moral vacuity and rancid opportunism. Sorry Damien, but you’re a fraud!’, Daily Mail, 5 April 2012, pp.22 and 23
  • Sumter, Helen, ‘Damien Hirst: greatest hits’, Time Out, 29 March – 4 April 2012, pp.46 and 47
  • Un-authored, ‘Sell your Damien Hirst while you still can, warns curator’, Artlyst.com, 29 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst show kicks off huge exhibition season’, Shortlist, 29 March 2012, No. 218, p.18
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst’, Theartnewspaper.com, 29 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst taxi doodle fetches £4,700’, Telegraph.co.uk, 28 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst shark doodle sells for £4,500’, Bbc.co.uk, 28 March 2012
  • Spalding, Julian, ‘Julian Spalding: Damien Hirsts are the sub-prime of the art word’, The Independent, 27 March 2012, p.23
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst should not be in the Tate says critic’, Telegraph.co.uk, 27 March 2012
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Sell up now before it’s too late, expert tells Damien Hirst fans’, The Independent, 27 March 2012, p.1 and 14
  • Gamerman, Ellen, ‘Damien Hirst’s live stream: not so very lively’, Blogs.wsj.com, 26 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘New Damien Hirst exhibition depicts utopia of pills and diamonds’, Artlyst.com, 26 March 2012
  • Higgings, Mike, ‘The Young British Artists: A spotted history’, The Independent on Sunday (i), 25 March 2012, pp. 4 and 5
  • Aitkenhead, Decca, ‘Grayson Perry: The most interesting thing about Damien Hirst is probably his accounts’, Guardian.co.uk, 25 March 2012
  • Thompson, Don, ‘The greatest showman on Earth?, The Times (Saturday Review), 24 March 2012 p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘Is nothing sacred? The Tate Modern stamp of approval’, Economist.com, 24 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien does digital’, The Independent, 23 March 2012, p.31
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst on death, drink and diamonds’, Evening Standard, 22 March 2012, p. 44 and 45
  • Chayka, Kyle, ‘Take a live peek into Damien Hirst’s factory-studio with his new web site’, Blogs.artinfo.com, 22 March 2012
  • Gleadell, Collin, ‘How Damien Hirst has tried to transform the art market’, The Daily Telegraph, 21 March 2012, p. 21
  • Pritchard, Stephen, ‘For the record: Damien Hirst plans Saatchi moment’, Guardian.co.uk, 18 March 2012
  • Kunzru, Hari, ‘The value of banality’, The Guardian (Saturday Review), 17 March 2012, p.16 and 17
  • Kunzru, Hari, ‘Damien HIrst and the great art market heist’, Guardian.co.uk, 16 March 2012
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Why the Tate has a thirst for Hirst’, Guardian.co.uk, 15 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst unveils plans for new gallery in Vauxhall’, Londonist.com, 12 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst to open his own art gallery in Vauxhall’, Londonnet.co.uk, 12 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst gallery to open in 2014’, Bbc.co.uk, 11 March 2012
  • O’Hagan, Sean, ‘Damien Hirst looks back’/ ‘I still believe art is more powerful than money’, The Observer (The New Review), 11 March 2012, pp.1 and 10-13
  • Williams, Holly, ‘Still a Sensation? A chance to reassess Hirst’s greatest hits’, The Independent on Sunday (The Critical List), 11 March 2012, p.72 and 73
  • Godwin, Richard, ‘Politics is not my thing –but I was delighted when the Camerons came to my farm’, Evening Standard, 9 March 2012. pp.20 and 21
  • Un-authored, ‘The golden skull’, The Hindu Metroplus Weekend, 28 January 2012
  • Siegle, Lucy, ‘Green crush of the week’, The Observer Magazine (Ethical living), 4 March 2012, p.55
  • Smart, Alastair, ‘Has shock art lost its bite?’, Seven, 4 March 2012, pp.16 and 17
  • Howarth, Rich, ‘To realize your potential, dare to be different’, Cnn.com, 24 February 2012
  • Cascone, Sarah, ‘Gilbert and George pull a Hirst, show at all the White Cubes’, Artinamericamagazine.com, 23 February 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst trades spots for bricks and mortar’, Artlyst.com, 18 February 2012
  • De Bruxelles, Simon and Ben Hoyle, ‘Home is where the art is: Hirst has designs on new eco estate’, The Times, 17 February 2012
  • Parker Sam, ‘Hirst’s latest vision: the blueprint for Britain’s Eco-homes’, Hufftingtonpost.co.uk, 16 February 2012
  • Haden-Guest Anthony, ‘Damien Hirst on Spot Paintings and not painting his own work’, Spearswms.com, 16 February 2012
  • Barnett, Laura, ‘Chico Ijomata on Damien Hirst’s spot paintings: Another view’, The Guardian (Arts), 14 February 2012, p. 17
  • Raminelli, David, ‘Damien Hirst: Tate Modern review’, Artforum, January 2012, No.5, p.117
  • Ians, ‘Damien Hirst logs on to India with affordable prints’, Zeenews.india.com, 29 January 2012
  • Maddox, Georgina, ‘International artists finding an audience with buyers here as…an Indian snaps up a Hirst’, Dailymail.co.uk, 28 January 2012
  • Maddox, Georgina, ‘An Indian snaps up Hirst’, Mail Today, 28 January 2012, p.23
  • Kalra, Vandana, ‘The Ides of Marc’, The Indian Express, 28 January 2012, p.24
  • Burke, Jason, ‘Hirst and Emin to woo India’s art market’, The Guardian, 26 January 2012, p.19
  • Raina, Pamposh, ‘India Fair goes international’, India.blogs.nytimes.com, 24 January 2012
  • Clark, Nick, ‘Hirst rewards lovers of his hot spots’, The Independent, 23 January 2012, p.3
  • Wark, Ossian, ‘The year of art’, Time Out, 19-25 January 2012, pp.18 and 19
  • Un-authored, ‘Artist Damien Hirst connects the dots in global exhibit’, Heraldsun.com.au, 21 January 2012
  • Jones, Sam, ‘Boom time or bloodbath – will the Olympics be bad for British business?’, The Guardian, 20 January 2012, p.20
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst (1965-2012): In Memoriam’, Villagevoice.com, 18 January 2012
  • Lindemann, Adam, ‘Put me in the zoo: Thinking about Damien Hirst, as a bedtime story’, Adamlindemann.com, 18 January 2012
  • Haden-Guest, Anthony, ‘My whole career is about the romance of painting’: Damien Hirst on infinite spots, studio assistants and aging’, Galleristiny.com, 17 January 2012
  • Saltz, Jerry, ‘Spots and sharks and maggots and money: how Damien Hirst took over the world’, New York, 16-23 January 2012, pp.74-77
  • Hamilton, Adrian, ‘Still dotty about Damien’, The Independent (Arts), 16 January 2012, pp.44-45
  • Gopnik, Blake, ‘Damien Hirst’s spot paintings take over the world’, Thedailybeast.com, 15 January 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Dots and the essence of the things’, Blogs.thedailybeast.com, 15 January 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘The divisive nature will only make it more prickly, more alive’, The Observer (The New Review), 14 January 2012, p.17
  • Watson, Leo, ‘Spot the difference: Damien Hirst painted only five of the 300 “spot paintings” in his latest collection’, Dailymail.co.uk, 13 January 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst defends paintings produced by his assistants’, The Daily Telegraph, 13 January 2012, p.14
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Hirst’s druggy spots circle world in 11 Gagosian shows: Review’, Bloomberg.com, 13 January 2012
  • Knight, Christopher, ‘Art review: Damen Hirst at Gagosian Gallery’,Latimesblogs.latimes.com, 13 January 2012
  • Luke, Ben, ‘Not dotty about spots’, Evening Standard, 12 January 2012
  • Sharma, Garima, ‘Hirst at India Art Fair’, Delhi Times, 12 January 2012, p.1
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘Hirst, globally dotting his “I”’, Nytimes.com, 12 January 2012
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Full circle: Damien Hirst’s 1,500 geometrically relentless spot paintings are taking over the planet’, The Guardian (Arts), 12 January 2012, pp.19,20 and 21
  • Parker, Sam, ‘Damien Hirst Spot Prints exhibition (review)’, Huffintonpost.co.uk, 12 January 2012
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Damien Hirst, the complete Spot Paintings, Gagosian Gallery, Review’, Telegraph.co.uk, 12 January 2012
  • Barnes, Daniel, ‘Damien Hirst: The complete spot’, Artslant.com, 12 January 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Artist Damien Hirst shows spot paintings simultaneously at gallery’s 11 locations around world’, Washingtonpost.com, 11 January 2012
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Spot the difference? There isn’t one’, The Daily Telegraph, 10 January 2012, p.23
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Damien Hirst: The complete Spot Paintings’, Financial Times (Life and Arts), 7 and 8 January 2012, p.15
  • Saltz, Jerry, ‘Spots and sharks and maggots and money. How Damien Hirst took over the world’, Nymag.com, 8 January 2012
  • Gleadel, Colin, ‘Exhibition: Damien Hirsts: The complete Spot Paintings’, The Daily Telegraph, (Review), 7 January 2012, pp.18-19
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘David Hockney: “I’m too busy to care about the greatest living painter thing’, The Times (Saturday Review), 7 January 2012, pp.4- 5 and 6
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Critic’s choice’, The Times (Saturday Review), 7 January 2012, p .23
  • Salmon, Felix, ‘Golden ticket economics, part 2: Damien Hirst’, Blogs.reuters.com, 6 January 2012
  • Pogrebin, Robin, ‘Hockney tweaks Hirst over authorship of art’, Artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com, 4 January 2012
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘David Hockney was right –and wrong– to criticise Damian Hirst’, The Daily Telegraph, 4 January 2012, p.29
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst tags members-only club with a spray-painted shark’, Blog.artinfo.com, 3 January 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Hockney hits out. Some of Hirst’s work in an insult, he says’, The Daily Telegraph, 3 January 2012
  • Sherwin, Adam, ‘Hirst’s army of assistants insults art, says Hockney: veteran’s attack as he joins order of merit’, Daily Mail, 3 January 2012
  • Clark, Nick, ‘Hockney vs. Hirst: the Queen’s chosen one puts king of the YBAs on the spot’, The Independent, 3 January 2012, p.3
  • Poostchi, Becky, ‘Inked’, Garage, No.1, Fall/Winter 2011, pp.108, 109 and 118-121
  • Campbel-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Arts 2012’, The Times, 30 December 2011, p.7
  • Russeth, Andrew, ’11 Hirst “Spot” Shows, One Artforum ad’, Galleristny.com, 29 December 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst + Flea: together for music’, Farenheitmagazine.com, 28 December 2011
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘ Hockney, Freud, Hirst exhibitions to Lure Art fans in 2011: Martin Gayford’, Bloombergmagazine.com, 28 December 2011
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘The wild and the beautiful’, The Daily Telegraph, 27 December 2011
  • Davies, Caroline and Addley, Esther, ‘British Art dealers paint gloomy picture of European sales levy’, The Guardian, 23 December 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Town buzzing over Hirst statue rumour’, Thisisnorthdevon.co.uk, 15 December 2011
  • Vogel, Carol, ‘Art World star doesn’t change his spots’, The New York Times, 13 December 2011
  • Gledhil, Ruth, ‘They presented unto Him gifts… Fabergé, Hirst and Swarovski’, The Times, 13 December 2011
  • Russeth, Andrew, ’29 percent of Hirsts are ‘Spot’ paintings’, Galleristny, 12 December 2011
  • Halperin, Julia, ‘Connecting the dots: details emerge about Damien Hirst’s insane global ‘spot’ painting show’, Artinfo, 12 December 2011
  • Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘Making a packet with less tasty Smarties’, The Times, 16 December 2011, pp.24-25
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Spot the ones he actually painted as 300 dotty Hirsts go on display’, The Times, 16 December 2011, pp.24-25
  • Leith, Sam, ‘Play and Display’, Tatler, January 2011, pp.102-107
  • Tsui, Enid, ‘Auction houses call for leaner times’, Financial Times, 5 December 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Rapper’s delight’, The Art Newspaper, 3-4 December 2011, p.19
  • Ruiz, Chritsina, ‘Slow start for Nader auction’, The Art Newspaper, 3-4 December 2011, p.2
  • Sutton, Kate, ‘Pep Raleigh’, Artforum, 2 December 2011
  • Rankin, ’20 + 20’, Dazed & confused, Vol.3, No.2, December 2011, pp.70-112
  • Ruiz, Christina, ‘Gulf takes to Hirst’, The Art Newspaper, 30 November 2011
  • Godwin, Richard, ‘The old shark pickler is no Olympian hero’, Evening Standard, 23 November 2011, p.15
  • Un-authored, ‘The Power 100’, Art Review, November 2011, pp.105-153
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘Art of the State’, Financial Times, 26 November 2011, p.8
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Tate show will alter opinions about Hirst’ The Times, 22 November 2011, p.15
  • Maher, Kevin, ‘You can get old and still paint, but in music you have to sit on a stool’, The Times (Saturday review), 26 November 2011, pp.8-9
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Paris art fair keeps the heat on Frieze’, The Daily Telegraph, 25 October 2011, p.26
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘Has Damien Hirst jumped the shark?’, The Independent, 22 November 2011, pp.22-23
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘For the Love of Hirst: Tate holds first UK retrospective’, The Guardian, 22 November 2011, p.11
  • Brookes, Peter, ‘Executive pay in a moribund economy’, The Times, 23 November 2011, p.31
  • Singh, Anita, ‘Who’s laughing? Hirst’s skull to be on display’, The Daily Telegraph, 22 November 2011, p.11
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Screensaver? It’s an original Hirst, yours for just £7.50’, The Times, 18 November 2011, p.23
  • Gottschalk, Molly, ‘Medicine cabinets’, Whitewall, Winter 2011, p.34
  • Un-authored, ‘Outrage over Hirst baby skull’, The Sun, 3 November 2011
  • Kennaway, Guy, ‘The way we were’, London Magazine, October 2011, pp.40-42
  • Bredin, Lucinda, ‘How London became the centre of the art world’, London Magazine, October 2011, pp.29-34
  • Fogle, Douglas, ‘Art rules: the things they don’t teach you in art school’ Frieze, October 2011, p.17
  • Un-authored, ‘Gone East’, Modern Painters, October 2011, p.25
  • Un-authored, ‘Huge interest in Hirst’, Art of England, October 2011, p.23
  • J.P, G.H., ‘Pharmacy to be recreated’, The Art Newspaper, 15-16 October 2011, p.1
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘From Ai to Zhukova: meet the art world’s most powerful figures’, The Independent, 13 October 2011, pp.28-29
  • Un-authored, ‘Rachel knocks the spots off Hirst’, Evening Standard (Londoner’s Diary) , 12 October 2011, p.17
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘Big space, big art, big ego’, The Independent, 12 October 2011, pp.22-23
  • Nikkah, Roya, ‘London 2012: the art Olympiad’, The Sunday Telegraph, 9 October 2011, p.9
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Jay Jopling portrait of the perfect gallerist’, The Observer (profile), 9 October 2011, p.34
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘The view from here’, Frieze, September 2011, pp.25-26
  • O’Connor Joanne, ‘History meets heavy metal’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 24 September 2011, p.7
  • Hollingshead, Lain, ‘Has Hirst made an art form out of manipulating the art market?’, The Daily Telegraph, 21 September 2011, p.7
  • Jeffries, Stuart, ‘This is a PoMo headline’, The Guardian, 21 September 2011, pp.10-13
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Bully Hirst leaves dealers in a pickle’, The Sunday Times, 18 September 2011, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Horse power: Hirst’s legend goes on show’, The Guardian, 9 September 2011, p.1
  • Un-authored, ‘Tate art to be shown in derelict oil tanks’, The Daily Telegraph, 9 September 2011, p.7
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Damien Hirst’s mythical creatures appear at Chatsworth House’, Guardian.co.uk, 8 September 2011
  • Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘How can you make art from the rubble?’, The Times (Arts), 7 September 2011, pp.10-11
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien’s bad omens’, The Independent, 2 September 2011, p.7
  • Appleyard, Bryan, ‘’Everybody wants to tell you what they were doing on that day; everybody has a different opinion.’ How can art deal with 9/11? From a bold new drama to stark painting’, The Sunday Times (Culture), August 2011, pp.10-11
  • Un-authored, ‘Graffiti sprayed in Damien Hirst’s Charity statue’, BBC News Bristol, 24 August 2011
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘Hirst returns to his home town to cries of ‘spiritual bankruptcy’, The Independent, 15 August 2011, p.17
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst, my giant colouring book’, A.M. Post, August 2011, pp.3, 73 and 74
  • Hastings, Sophie, ‘Hong Kong is firmly at the heart of China’s new cultural revolution’, Guardian.co.uk, 31 July 2012
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Chapman brothers, Von Ribbentrop and Damien Hirst – the week in art’, Guardian.co.uk, 15 July 2011
  • Elkamel, Sara, ‘Qatar becomes world’s biggest buyer of contemporary art’, Guardian.co.uk, 13 July 2011
  • Lewis, Ben, ‘The man who changes the way we see’, The Observer Magazine, 10 July 2011, pp.19-24
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst serves up restaurant art’, Bbc.co.uk, 6 July 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Red Hot Chilli Peppers unveil new album artwork’, Live4ever.uk.com, 6 July 2011
  • Bignell, Oaul, Harmon, Will, ‘Hirst on wheels…yours for only £1,200’, The Independent on Sunday, 3 July 2011, p.25
  • Un-authored, ‘Visions of morality by Dürer and Hirst at Bonhams’, Artmediaagency.com, 21 June 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst artworks snapped up at car boot fair’, Newslite.tv, 20 June 2011
  • Davis, Richard, ‘Damien Hirst: Great showman, poor artist’, Riversedgejournal.co.uk, 17 June 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘’Populist art undermining our identity’: Academy president resigns in anger at 22-ft Damien Hirst sculpture’, Dailymail.co.uk, 16 June 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst’s birthday: June 7’, Huffington post.com, 7 June 2011
  • Dalley, Jan, ‘Against the grain’, Ft.com, 3 June 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst’s sculpture arrives’, Jackbristol.com, 2 June 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Brett-a-porter’, Artinvestor, May 2011, p.84
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst’s 22ft charity statue coming to Bristol’, Bbc.co.uk, 23 May 2011
  • Lencioni, Di Laura, ‘For the Love of God’, Living Tuscany, 21 March 2001, pp.27-30
  • O’Connell, Alex, ‘What have you done with him?’, The Times, 18 May 2011, pp.4-5
  • Brown, Mark, ‘She may be a Tory, but Emin’s landmark show is out to prove she’s no conservative’, The Guardian, 17 May 2011, p.3
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘British 20th-century art? Phooey’, Guardian.co.uk, 17 May 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Welcome to the cultural Olympiad’, London 2012 Blog, 16 May 2011
  • Thomson, Steven, ‘MS society’s Art Bike 2011 is wheel good at Discovery Green’, 16 March 2011
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘The showhome must go on’, Time Out, 12-18 May 2011, p.54
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Hirst makes products, not art’, The Times, 7 May 2011, p.5
  • Un-authored, ‘Virgin Mother de Damien Hirst (2004)’, Ideat, No.84, April –May 2011
  • Morton, Tom, ‘Reviews: Modern British Sculpture’, Frieze, April 2011, pp.126-127
  • Petry, Michael, ‘Artisans who turn ideas into art: who pickled Damien Hirst’s shark and painted Ai Weiwei’s seeds?’, Independent.co.uk, 29 April 2011
  • Gray, Kirsty, ‘Hirst piece auctioned for Kettle’s Yard’, Varsity.co.uk, 28 April 2011
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Hirst bones flesh out Yard sale’, The Daily Telegraph, 26 April 2011, p.26
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘Hirst and friends in bid to buy Chelsea boatyard’, Independent.co.uk, 26 April 2011
  • Burns, Charlotte, ‘Hirst auction not for us’, Theartnewspaper.com, 14 April 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst joins fashion crowd’, Evening Standard (Londoner’s Diary), 13 April 2011, p.17
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘£20m price tag sees Stubbs race to head of Old Masters’ field’, The Independent, 7 April 2011, p.3
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Hirst Skeleton among donations to fund gallery’, The Guardian, 22 March 2011, p.9
  • HIggins, Charlotte, ‘Is Damien Hirst the right artist for the Tate to showcase during the 2012 Olympics?’, Guardian.co.uk, 14 March 2011
  • Hensher, Philip, ‘We know what we like and it’s not modern art’, The Daily Mail (review), 13 March 2011, pp.1-4
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Artists to pay fines of student fee protestors’, The Sunday Times, 13 March 2011, p.24
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst designs squeeze instruments’, Bbc.co.uk, 7 March 2011
  • Lister, David, ‘Why this urge to stage arts events alongside the Olympics?’, The Independent, 5 March 2011, p.41
  • Maw, Victoria, ‘The stuff of fashion’, Financial Times (House & Home), 4 March 2011, p.12
  • Open Thread, ‘Damien Hirst Olympic ambassador?’, Guardian.co.uk, 4 March 2011
  • Fisun, Guner, ‘Damien Hirst’s Tate retrospective – why now?’, Theartdesk.com, 4 March 2011
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Hirst’s first retrospective to lead Tate’s Olympics’, The Guardian (art), 4 March 2011, p.15
  • Malvern, Jack, ‘Return of the shark: Olympic exhibition gives Hirst another bite at the big time’, The Times, 4 March 2011, p.4
  • Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘Career is decomposing – just like his art’, The Times, 4 March 2011, p.4
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Damien Hirst to head Tate Modern’s Olympic programme’, Guardian.co.uk, 3 March 2011
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Hirst comes first in epic Olympic year for Tate’, Evening Standard, 3 March 2011, pp.10-11
  • Jury, Lousie, ‘He was poster boy for the British art boom of the Nineties, framed for slicing cows and pickling cows and sheep’, Evening Standard, 3 March 2011
  • Meatelly, Chiara, ‘Damien Hirst. Faccia a faccia con l’artista superstar’, Flair, 1 March 2011, pp.165-169
  • Danchev, Alex, ‘A century of blasting and blessing’, The Independent , 11 February 2011, pp.22-23
  • Galotti, Giorgio, ‘Il teschio dei primati: 8.601 diamanti e denti umani’, Borsa e Finanza, 5 February 2011, p.34
  • Un-authored, ‘The List: Art Economist’s top earning 300 artists’, The Art Economist, January 2011, pp.21-31
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Ten masters of modern British sculpture’, Time Out (art), 27 January – 2 February 2011, pp.44
  • Un-authored, ‘From a hooligan to a superstar’, Harper’s Bazaar (China), January 2011, pp.124-133
  • Pearman, Hugh, ‘A chip off the old block’, The Sunday Times, January 2011, pp.15-16
  • Luke, Ben, ‘Ping-pong between objects’, The Art Newspaper, No.220, January 2011, p.71
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst’s mini skull heads East’, The Art Newspaper, No.220, January 2011, p.1
  • Szanto, Andras, ‘The sleeping giant of philanthropy’, The Art Newspaper (Features), No.220, January 2011, p.33
  • Burns, Charlotte and Helen Stoilas, ‘Hirst’s mini skull heads east’, The Art Newspaper, No.220, January 2011
  • Waldemar Januszczak, ‘At the bottom’, The Sunday Times, 30 January 2011, pp.10-11
  • Dunham, Matt (photography), ‘Royal Academy of Arts’, Time Out, 27 January-2 February 2011, pp.6-7
  • Sutcliffe, Tom, ‘Why there are no flies on these classy curators’, The Independent, 28 January 2011, p.3
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Damien Hirst: nothing matters’, Telegraph.co.uk, 25 January 2011
  • Hamilton, Adrian, ‘Sculpture, but not as we know it’, The Independent (Arts & Books), 24 January 2011, pp.18-19
  • Hastings, Chris, ‘Wanted: Artist to help Damien Hirst create his next £10 million masterpiece’…Salary: Er, £20k’, The Mail on Sunday, 23 January 2011, p.43
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Koons was on the ball, but the Brits never quite got it’, The Independent on Sunday, 23 January 2011, pp.50-51
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Unnatural Selection’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 22-23 January 2011, p.8
  • O’Dea, Madeleine, ‘Damien Hirst’s opening at the Gagosian Hong Kong’, Artinfo, 21 January 2011
  • A Seno, Alexandra, ‘Art That Matters, According to Hirst’, Blog.wsj.com, 20 January 2011
  • White, James, ‘Creating a buzz: The Damien Hirst exhibit where thousands of maggots mature into flies…and then feast on abandoned barbecue’, Dailymail.co.uk, 20 January 2011
  • Levene, David, ‘Lunch on the fly’, The Guardian (Eyewitness), 19 January 2011, pp.20-21
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Modern British Sculpture: empire of the oddballs’, The Guardian (G2), 19 January 2011, p.19
  • Un-authored, ‘London’s Wallace Collection, known for old masters and a notorious Hirst show, appoints a new director’, Artinfo.com, 19 January 2011
  • Uttam, Payal, ‘Hirst in Hong Kong: Gagosian gallery opens with ‘Forgotten Promises’’, Cnngo.com, 18 January 2011
  • Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘What a carve up!’, The Times, 18 January 2011, pp.13-15
  • Meredith, Robyn, ‘Damien Hirst reveals baby skull, says I’m no genius, just lucky’, Bloomberg.com, 17 January 2011
  • Hall, James, ‘More than Moore’, The Guardian (Review), 15 January 2011, p.18
  • Jacob, Rahul, ‘Gagosian to exhibit Hirst for Hong Kong’, Ft.com, 14 January 2011
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Hong Kong wins some and loses some’, The Guardian, 12 January 2011, p.23
  • Un-authored, ‘Tom Lubbock 1957-2011, The Independent (Viewspaper), 11 January 2011, pp.12-13
  • Nikkhah, Roya, ‘Damien Hirst courts controversy with diamond-studded baby skull’, Telegraph.co.uk, 9 January 2011
  • Eden, Richard, ‘Baby art’, The Sunday Telegraph, 9 January 2011, p.9
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst’s baby skull exhibits in Hong Kong’, The Daily Telegraph, 8 January 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Philanthropist builds £83m gallery to show off his art’, The Daily Telegraph, 8 January 2011, p.18
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘Damien Hirst: ‘We’re here for a good time, not a long time’, Telegraph.co.uk, 8 January 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst’s diamond baby skull exhibits in Hong Kong’, Telegraph.co.uk, 8 January 2011
  • Jones, Dylan, ‘Damien Hirst’s enormous workshop makes Andy Warhol and Jeff Koons look like amateurs’, Independent.co.uk, 1 January 2011
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Frieze week’, Art Monthly, Dec-Jan 10-11, pp.43-44
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst’, Artus Magazine, No.28, 2010, pp.70-71
  • Murray Brown, Griselda, ‘Art price index’, Financial Times, 27-28 December 2010, p.7
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘Hirst creates mini diamond skull’, Independent.co.uk, 24 December 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst on art sharks and cash cows’, Euronews.net, 23 December 2010
  • Armand, Julia, ‘Louis Vuitton L’exellence du savoir-faire’, Shapewearilove.com, 23 December 2010
  • Halperin, Julia, ‘Damien Hirst’s new art even creepier than usual’, Observer.com, 23 December 2010
  • Charlotte, ‘Urinals, amputations, starvations, and silence: controversial art or just crap?’, Travel-pop-culture.blogspot.com, 22 December 2010
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Skint artists, apply here’, The Times (2), 14 December 2010, p.15
  • Glass, Nicholas, ‘You start to think you’re Midas’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 4-5 December 2010, p.12
  • Mackay, Mairi, ‘Hard times send Hirst back to the drawing board’, CNN.com, 2 December 2010
  • Degot, Ekaterina, ‘A New Order’, Artforum, November 2010, pp.107-108
  • Brown, Jonathan, ‘Back out of the vault: secret life of the skull’, The Independent, 27 November 2010, p.3
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Big bucks for Warhol’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 November 2010, p.28
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘The more Warhol the better’, Financial Times Weekend (Life&Arts), 13-14 November 2010, p.14
  • Eclair, Jenny, ‘My perfect Sunday’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 14 November 2010, p.5
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘My inspirational friend: Damien Hirst’, The Observer (The New Review), 7 November 2010, p.11
  • Clark, Robert, ‘Exhibitions: Damien Hirst: print maker’, The Guardian (The Guide), 6-12 November 2010, p.40
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Armed with a major donation, gallery beats Hirst in bid to turn Magazine building into new London arts space’, The Guardian, 2 November 2010, p.13
  • Deng, Aisling, ‘Nothing special’, Trinity News (TN2), No.7, 2010, p.13
  • Un-authored, ‘News digest: Serpentine to be extended again’, Financial Times, 2 November 2010, p.4
  • Un-authored, ‘Poisons + remedies: Damien Hirst’, Frieze, October 2010, p.10
  • Un-authored, ‘The House of the noble man’, Frieze, October 2010, p.27
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst: the souls’, Frieze, October 2010, p.84
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Quango in frame over £60m art stash’, The Sunday Times, 31 October 2010, p.13
  • Street-Porter, Janet, ‘Tracey, Damien and other genuine originals’, The Independent on Sunday, 31 October 2010, p.21
  • Un-authored, ‘On the agenda: visual arts’, The Independent on Sunday (The New Review), 31 October 2010, p.9
  • Maciejowska, Kasia, ‘The art of the home deal’, The Times (Bricks & Mortar), 29 October 2010, p.16
  • Sutcliffe, Tom, ‘What the ornament business owes to Hirst’, Independent.co.uk, 26 October 2010
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Once I started, I couldn’t stop’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 23-24 October 2010, p.3
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘Cour de force’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 23-24 October 2010, p.12
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘The art of giving’, The Guardian (G2), 22 October 2010, pp.12-13
  • Un-authored, ‘Watch this: the culture show’, The Guardian (G2), 21 October 2010, p.26
  • Un-authored, ‘What to watch tonight: the culture show’, The Daily Telegraph, 21 October 2010, p.38
  • Un-authored, ‘Market news’, The Daily Telegraph, 19 October 2010, p.24
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Draw us a picture! Hirst’s 4am doodle comes to auction’, The Guardian, 18 October 2010, pp.1-2
  • Sherwin, Adam, ‘Hirst’s old diary pulled from exhibition by artist’s friend’, The Independent, 18 October 2010, p.3
  • Adams, Tim, ‘One big corporatised cultural nightmare? Not quite, but you’ll need a sense of humour…’, The Observer (The New Review), 17 October 2010, pp.34-35
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Damien Hirst doodles put up for auction’, Guardian.co.uk, 17 October 2010
  • Adams, Tim, ‘Frieze art fair 2010 – review’, Guardian.co.uk, 17 October 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Jerry Hall’s £2.5m art sale’, The Sunday Times, 17 October 2010, p.14
  • Collishaw, Alex, ‘What it feels like…to be the son of a YBA’, The Sunday Times (Style), 17 October 2010, pp.42-43
  • Spence, Rachel, ‘Italian artist trumps Hirst at Christie’s’, Financial Times, 16-17 October 2010, p.10
  • ‘The beastliness of modern art’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 16-17 October 2010, pp.1-2; edited version of a lecture by Simon Schama
  • Jones, Alice, ‘All the fun of the Frieze’, The Independent, 16 October 2010, pp.16-17
  • Jones, Dylan, ‘Man about town’, The Independent (Magazine), 16 October 2010, p.8
  • Roux, Caroline, ‘How to collect art’, The Independent (Magazine), 16 October 2010, pp.21-27
  • Un-authored, ‘Pick of the day: The Culture Show’, The Guardian (The Guide), 16 October 2010, p.87
  • Rule, Dan, ‘Artists in check’, The Age, 16 October 2010, pp.14-15
  • Hanel, Marnie, ‘Frieze! Stop right there! The best list’s week ahead in arts & culture’, Vanityfair.com, 15 October 2010
  • Dalley, Jan, ‘Hot work above a frozen city’, Financial Times, 14 October 2010, p.16
  • Luke, Ben, ‘The Big Frieze’, Evening Standard, 14 October 2010, pp.35-41
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘London art world gets in gear for the big Frieze’, The Guardian, 14 October 2010, p.13
  • Adam, Georgina, Charlotte Berns and Melanie Gerlis, ‘Frieze opening report: big bold displays but sober prices’, Theartnewspaper.com, 14 October 2010
  • Reyburn, Scott and Farah Nayeri, ‘Schiffer Browses Frieze, $5.6 Million Hirst Sells’, Businessweek.com, 14 October 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Frieze and beyond’, Wonderlandmagazine.com/blog, 14 October 2010
  • Kimmelman, Michael, ‘Arts Become Latest Luxuries Monaco Offers’, International Herald Tribune (New York), p.C1
  • Un-authored, ‘Lost and found – Hirst’s diaries are work of art’, Evening Standard, 13 October 2010, p.16
  • Hastings, Rob, ‘Dripping in money and champagne, the arty party descends on London’, The Independent, 13 October 2010, pp.10-11
  • Dalley, Jan, ‘Hot work above a frozen city’, Ft.com, 13 October 2010
  • Tansley, Mark, ‘Another view: butterfly keeper Mark Tansley on Damien Hirst: the souls’, The Guardian (G2), 11 October 2010, p.19
  • Reyburn, Scott, ‘Spot the New Hirst as Frieze’s $375 Million Art Tests Demand’, Businessweek.com, 10 October 2010
  • Thorncroft, Antony, ‘Repeat performance’, Financial Times (Collecting) 9-10 October 2010, pp.1-2
  • Un-authored, ‘From contemporary art to charity and a model pregnancy’, Financial Times (Collecting), 9 October 2010, p.7
  • Dalley, Jan, ‘Ways of giving’, Financial Times (Collecting), 9 October 2010, p.8
  • McKie, Andrew, ‘How to buy contemporary art’, Wall Street Journal Weekend, 8-10 October 2010, pp.10-11
  • Mclean-Ferris, Laura, ‘Damien Hirst: the souls, Paul Stopler Gallery’, Independent.co.uk, 8 October 2010
  • Jones, Alice, ‘Completely off the wall’, 8 October 2010, pp.4-6
  • Felsenburg, Ben, ‘Talking pictures’, The Mail on Sunday (Live), 3 October 2010, p.38
  • Cohen, Tamara, ‘Jerry Hall lets her past go for £2 million’, Daily Mail, 2 October 2010, p.37
  • Duffell, Rachel, ‘The Power of Influence’, Kee Magazine, September 2010, pp.12-16
  • Burns, Charlotte, ‘Art market: is art a hedge against inflation?’, The Art Newspaper, No.216, September 2010, p.19
  • Un-authored, ‘Selected works from the Neuberger Berman and Lehman Brothers corporate art collections’, Art in America, September 2010, p.13
  • Day, Elizabeth, ‘Damien Hirst: Q&A’, The Guardian (The New Review), 26 September 2010, p.5
  • Blackden, Richard, ‘Lehman’s: an asset in the art world’, The Sunday Telegraph (Business), 26 September 2010, p.3
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Hirst is shrinking – geese v swans – help arts cutswatch – Hunt’s Edinburgh (cont)’, The Guardian (G2), 15 September 2010, p.23
  • Thomson, Charles, ‘Stuck Inn XI: the art Damien Hirst stole’, 3ammagazine.com, 14 September 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Sculpture on the wing: art takes over Chatsworth gardens’, The Daily Telegraph, 13 September 2010, p.10
  • Teather, David, ‘Meanwhile, failed Lehman’s art collection goes up for auction’, The Observer, 12 September 2010, p.41
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Modern British sculpture show includes Sun page 3’, The Guardian, 9 September 2010, p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘Hands up for Hirst’, Economist.com, 9 September 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Best of British: a century of sculpture in academy show’, The Daily Telegraph, 9 September 2010, p.12
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Sculptors end their feud with ‘philistine’ Royal Academy’, The Times, 9 September 2010, p.18
  • Burrell, Ian, ‘The art of the art game’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 9 September 2010, p.13
  • Brown, Jonathan and Michael Glover, ‘Royal Academy to celebrate a century of British sculpture’, The Independent, 9 September 2010, pp.16-17
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Entry to Soane’s magic world’, The Daily Telegraph, 7 September 2010, p.24
  • Kelly, Ian, ‘The dandy godfather of Warhol, Hirst and slacker backpackers’, The Times (Arts), September 4 2010, p.5
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Sheep, medicine and butterfly wings join Hirst plagiarism claims’, The Guardian, 3 September 2010, p.13
  • Laing, Jemima, ‘Time for Hirst cows to come home’, Bbc.co.uk, 1 September 2010
  • Milner, Catherine, ‘Damien Hirst’s dream factory for British art’, Telegraph.co.uk, 27 August 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘The Messiah - made out of wire’, The Independent, 20 August 2010, p.13
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Systematic: Zabludowicz Collection – major spaces’, Time Out, 29 July – 4 August 2010, p.40
  • Un-authored, ‘Major spaces and institutions’, Time Out (Art), 26 July – 4 August 2010, p.42
  • Un-authored, ‘The art is to have things that’, Evening Standard, 22 July 2010, p.28
  • Philby, Charlotte, ‘The call of the wind’, The Independent (Arts), 16 July 2010, pp.4-6
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Art collectors build museums to let public see private hoards’, The Observer, 11 July 2010, p.17
  • O’Hagan, Sean, ‘Victoria, Queen of Arts’, The Observer (The New Review), 11 July 2010, pp.18 and 20
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘My money’s on Monet. What do you think?’, The Times (Times2), 8 July 2010, pp.49 and 51
  • Lee, Vinny, ‘Bright thinking’, The Times (Magazine), 3 July 2010, pp.68-72
  • Reyburn, Scott, ‘Abramovich buys, Hirst sells as Basel dealers see rising demand’, Bloomberg.com, 17 June 2010
  • Millard, Rosie, ‘Damien Hirst is bidding to launch his first gallery, in Hyde Park’, Londoneveningstandard.co.uk, 15 June 2010
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘High-profile divorce stuns the art world’, The Independent, 13 June 2010, p.23
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst & Michael Joo’, Sleek Magazine, Summer 2010, p.87
  • Rourke, Josie and O’Hagan, Sean, ‘Is austerity good for the arts?’, The Observer (The New Review), 30 May 2010, p.4
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Outer body experience’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 29-30 May 2010, pp.3-4
  • Shafran, Nigel, ‘A Hirst for adventure’, The Sunday Telegraph (Stella), 23 May 2010, pp.30-35
  • Delhomme, Jp, ‘Rebirth of the cool’, The Telegraph (Magazine), 15 May 2010, pp.44-47
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Drinking partners make an exhibition of themselves’, The Independent, 12 May 2010, p.19
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst-infested Berlin’, Evening Standard, 4 May 2010, p.17
  • Carillo de Albornoz, Cristina, ‘Damien Hirst deals with dark thoughts about his own death’, The Art Newspaper, No. 212, April 2010, p.8
  • Un-authored, ‘My responsibility is to hide from the viewer: Damien Hirst speaks to Sky Arts but says very little’, Art Newspaper, April 2010, p.53
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst oeuvre sous les mers’, Le Monde (Magazine), 30 April 2010, p.55
  • Feaver, William, ‘Damien Hirst: Wallace Collection and White Cube’, ARTnews, February 2010, p.117
  • Un-authored, ‘Critic’s picks’, The Guardian, 16 February 2010, p.36
  • Whitford, Frank, ‘The critical list’, The Times, 14 February 2010, p.22
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Five best London shows… and around the country’, The Independent, 13-19 February 2010, p.10
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Critic’s choice’, The Times, 13-19 February 2010, p.21
  • Sooke, Alistair, ‘Exhibitions’, The Telegraph, 13 February 2010, p.16
  • Un-authored, ‘Five best [exhibitions]’, The Independent, 10 February 2010, p.16
  • Landy, Michael, ‘My week’, The Sunday Times, 7 February 2010 p.19
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Now flowers please: wall paper exhibition exposes the dark side of the home’, The Guardian, 6 February 2010, p.13
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Five best London shows’, The Independent, 2-6 February 2010, p.9
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘The status symbol that commanded a king’s ransom’, Evening Standard, 5 February 2010, p.14
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Market news’, The Daily Telegraph, 2 February 2010
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Heal your broken art’, The Independent, 1 February 2010, pp.14-15
  • Sarolta Rēka, Entz, ‘Damien Hirst, a festömüvész’, Műkereskedelem, January 2010, p.15
  • Bailey, Martin, ‘What’s in a name? Quite a lot if you’re Damien Hirst’, The Art Newspaper, No.9, January 2010, p.2
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst- dark trees preview’, Galeria Hilario Galguera: Noticias, January 2010
  • Jacques, Adam, ‘On the agenda: art’, The Independent, 31 January 2010, p.40
  • Dennison, Matthew, ‘Hot ticket’, The Telegraph, 30 January 2010, p.16
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘But is it rubbish? Hirst joins artist’s scrapyard of failure’, The Guardian, 29 January 2010, p.22
  • ‘Damien Hirst’s skulls first into giant art bin’, The Telegraph, 29 January 2010, p.18
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Why wait for the critics? Artist does a demolition job on star painter’s ‘failures’, The Times, 29 January 2010, p.27
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Damien Hirst: nothing matters at the White Cube,’ The Telegraph, 25 January 2010
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Blood on the walls? ICA could be forced to close by May, staff told,’ The Guardian, 23 January 2010, p.9
  • Schama, Simon, ‘The thing is…’ Financial Times Weekend, 23 January 2010, pp.1-2
  • Appleyard, Charlotte, ‘Should St Paul’s host a Hirst?’ The Spectator, 22 January 2010
  • Dimbleby, David, ‘From doom to a diamond encrusted skull,’ The Daily Mail, 9 January 2010, pp.22-25
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Solid gold, Damien’s dross, and the grand master of the universe’, 27 December 2009, p.52
  • Maxwell, Dominic, ‘Defying a dark decade’, The Times, 22 December 2009, pp.7-9
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘A cracking time for galleries’, The Daily Telegraph, 22 December 2010, p.23
  • Un-authored, ‘The decade’, The Sunday Times, 20 December 2009, pp.37-68
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘Instant stardom and $100,000: Oligarch announces new art prize’, Independent on Sunday, 13 December 2009, p.3
  • Franks, Alan and Ben Macintyre, ‘50 people of the decade’, The Times Magazine, 12 December 2009, pp.19-38
  • Barker, Godfrey, ‘10 years for London art’, Evening Standard (Magazine), 11 December 2009, p.33
  • Hickman, Leo,’How Tony Blair fell in love with formaldehyde’, The Guardian (G2), 8 December 2009, p.2
  • Thomson, Charles, ‘Stuck Inn VIII: Damien Hirst and the reactionary critics’, 3ammagazine.com, 4 December 2009
  • Herwig, Malte, ‘Ein drittel der zeitgenössischen kunstwerke wird nie wieder die preise von 2008 erzielen’, Suddeutsche Zeitung (Magazine), No.49, 4 December 2009, pp.20-25
  • Haden-Guest, Anthony,’Hirst’s home run at auction’, Whitewall, Winter 2009, p.50
  • Un-authored, ‘The power 100’, Art Review, No.36, November 2009, p.74-130
  • ‘Damien Hirst’s paintings reviewed by Stuckists’, Stuckism.com, November 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Go see – London: Damien Hirst’s ‘Nothing Matters’ at White Cube Hoxton Square and Mason’s Yard through January 30, 2010’, Artobserved.com, 28 November 2009
  • Thomson, Charles, ‘Stuck Inn VII: Damien Hirst the excellent painter’, 3ammagazine.com, 27 November 2009
  • Burn, Gordon, ‘Portraits of the artist as a hero – and a hustler’, The Independent, 27 November 2009, p.29
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘The painter’s progress’, The Guardian, 25 November 2009, pp.19-21
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst oil earning millions despite critics’ thrashing’, Artinfo.com, 25 November 2009
  • Rankin and Damien Hirst ‘Rankin and Damien Hirst destroy’, Phillips de Perry and Company Music, 21 November 2009, pp.60-64
  • Spencer, Charles, ‘Why Damien is dead right’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 November 2009, p.32
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Five best London shows… and around the country’, The Independent, 14 November 2009, p.11
  • Dehn, Georgia, ‘Trunk call’, Telegraph Luxury, 14 November 2009, pp.21-25
  • Ebeling, Philipp, ‘Anyone can be Rembrandt’, The Guardian (Weekend), 14 November 2009, pp.42-56
  • Spencer, Charles, ‘Damien Hirst at the Wallace Collection is full of promise’, Telegraph.co.uk, 13 November 2009
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Atheist Hirst to display oil paintings in St Paul’s’, The Sunday Times, 8 November 2009, p.7
  • Love, Emma, ‘Rip it up and start again’, The Independent (Arts and Books), 6 November 2009, p.2
  • Yazici, Didem, ‘Londra, da Güz: Sanat Mevsimi,’ Art Am, November 2009, pp.24-26
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘Hirst provides study in art of business’, Financial Times, 31 October 2009, p.4
  • Un-authored, ‘The Dome to the plinth: a look back at the noughties’, The Telegraph (Review), 31 October 2009, pp.4-7
  • Un-authored, ‘The critical list, the best of what’s on this week’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 25 October 2009, pp.20-21
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Exhibitions, Damien Hirst: no love lost, blue paintings’, The Telegraph (Review), 24 October 2009, p.24
  • Strummer, Joe, ‘The art of being Rankin and Damien’, The Times (Times 2), 22 October 2009, p.14
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Death and darkness are in the air’, The Sunday Times, 18 October 2009
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘Hirst sets sights on joining ranks of old masters’, Ft.com, 14 October 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘New blue paintings are first for Hirst’, Metro, 14 October 2009, p.13
  • Ferguson, Ben, ‘Hirst dispenses with the formaldehyde’, The Independent, 14 October 2009, p.7
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Hirst pays £250,000 to revamp the Wallace for his show’, Evening Standard, 13 October 2009, p.9
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Hirst joins the old masters’, The Times, 10 October 2009, p.5
  • Hoyland, John, ‘Why I’ve taught myself to paint’, The Telegraph (Review), 10 October 2009, pp.6-7
  • Un-authored, ‘Critics’ choice, major spaces: Damien Hirst, Wallace Collection’, Time Out, 8-14 October 2009, p.40
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Even when you wipe your arse it’s a self-portrait’, Time Out, 8-14 October 2009, p.12
  • Thornton, Sarah, ‘Selling art by the shedload’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 4 October 2009, pp.49-53
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Schlock horrors’, The Guardian (Arts), 30 September 2009, pp.20-21
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘’Good business is the best art’, said Andy Warhol – and the big new show at Tate Modern proved just how right he was’, The Independent (Magazine), 26 September 2009, pp.28-33
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘The 15 minutes of fame that isn’t over yet’, The Times, 26 September 2009, pp.6-7
  • Smart, Alastair, ‘For the love of gods’, The Sunday Telegraph, 13 September 2009, p.14
  • O’Hagan, Sean, ‘The art of selling out’, The Observer (Magazine), 6 September 2009, pp.24-32
  • Un-authored, ‘Does Hirst count as art or fashion?’, Londonersdiary.standard.co.uk, 25 August 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst large vitrine work unicorn to go on display at Tate St Ives this Autumn’, Artdaily.org, 9 August 2009
  • Lack, Jessica and Damien Hirst, ‘Gordon gave me hell’, The Guardian, 23 July 2009, p.22
  • Lack, Jessica, ‘Damien Hirst: ‘Gordon Burn gave me hell’’, Guardian.co.uk, 22 July 2009
  • Charlesworth, JJ, ‘Exhibition of the week: classified’, Time Out, 9-15 July 2009, p.43
  • Un-authored, ‘The dotty economics of Damien Hirst paintings’, The Independent, 29 June 2009, p.31
  • Paxman, Jeremy, ‘Where’s the passion?’, The Daily Telegraph, 10 June 2009, p.25
  • Un-authored, ‘The other big poll’, The Times (T2), 8 June 2009, pp.1-6
  • Un-authored, ‘Clash of the Titans’, The Sunday Times (Magazine), 7 June 2009, pp.36-37
  • Un-authored, ‘The 100 most creative people in business 2009’, Fast Company, June 2009
  • De Cruz, Gemma, ‘The Mayfair address and chic interior gives Other Criteria a fitting luxury venue to showcase some of the most desirable artists’ editions. But unlike the fashion boutiques and blue chip galleries that surround it, Gemma de Cruz finds Other Criteria has something to suit every pocket.’, The Saatchi Gallery Magazine (Art and Music), No.6, Summer 2009, pp.6-7
  • Kinsella, Eileen, ‘Buying the best of the best’, ARTnews, Summer 2009, pp.112-117
  • De Cruz, Gemma, ‘Other Criteria,’ Art & Music, No.6, Summer 2009, pp.6-7
  • Story, Jon, ‘Commercial brandcaster’, Tatler (Hong Kong), May 2009, pp.44-46
  • Hoyle, Ben and Toby Rose, ‘Satire on art lures Damien Hirst in a new direction’, The Times, 23 May 2009, p.37
  • Un-authored, ‘Bitter pills for Hirst workers’, Evening Standard, 15 May 2009, p.16
  • Un-authored, ‘The high cost of selling out’, The Guardian, 13 May 2009, p.25
  • Baracaia, Alexa, ‘A twinning formula at the Tate’, The London News, 12 May 2009, p.5
  • Nikkhah, Roya, ‘Pretender to the throne’. The Sunday Telegraph, 10 May 2009, p.19
  • Sawyer, Miranda, ‘Artful dodgers’, The Observer (Music Monthly), No.68, April 2009, pp.26-31
  • Varoli, John, ‘Pinchuk stages Hirst Show’, The Art Newspaper, No.201, April 2009, p.22
  • Toyoko, Ito, ‘Damien Hirst’, Seven Seas Town & Country, April 2009 pp.34-37
  • Oltermann, Philip, ‘Dada comes to Ambleside’, The Guardian (G2), 28 April 2009, p.24
  • Barnes, Yolande, ‘What does the future hold for house prices? Ask the artists’, The Times, 27 April 2009, p.26
  • Un-authored, ‘Kiev to stage biggest Hirst show’, The Guardian, 23 April 2009, p.20
  • Bracewell, Michael, “Get a free latte when you take out a mortgage”, The Observer (Review), 19 April 2009, p.9
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘Shot in the arm for British galleries’, The Telegraph (Review), 18 April 2009, pp.10-11
  • Konigsberg, Eric, ‘We’re not buying art just to put it on a wall. We’re market makers’, The Observer (Magazine), 12 April 2009, pp.27-37
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Artists still overshadowed by the cross’, Timesonline.co.uk, 8 April 2009
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘East meets best’, The Independent (Arts), 3 April 2009, pp.4-6
  • Preece, Robert, ‘Rock star on tour: Damien Hirst’s skull at the Rijksmuseum’, Sculpture, Vol.28, No.2, March 2009, pp.14-15
  • Smith, David, ‘Young British talent betrayed, says Britart guru’, The Observer, 29 March 2009, pp.16-17
  • Segal, Jeff, ‘Now here’s an investment that may not tank’, The Daily Telegraph (Business), 25 March 2009, p.4
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Calm and collected’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 21-22 March 2009, p.12
  • Sherwin, Adam, ‘A nation pickled, an artist well rewarded’, The Times, 18 March 2009, p.15
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Ukraine oligarch puts Hirst on show’, The Guardian (G2), 18 March 2009, p.25
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Hirst’s hurrah signalled Brit Art’s last grasp’, The Times, 14 March 2009, p.57
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘Gold hits the spot – if you can get it’, Financial Times (Collecting), 7 March 2009, p.2
  • De Burton, Simon, ‘Sale of the week: with diamonds at your feet’, Financial Times (Collecting), 7 March 2009, p.4
  • Bianpoen, Carla, ‘For the Love of God at the Rijksmuseum’, C Arts, Spring 2009, pp.60-70
  • De Cruz, Gemma, ‘Freeze & rewind’, Art & Music, No.5, Spring 2009, pp.22-26
  • Blake, Peter, ‘Collagen und Arbeiten auf Papier’, Kerber Art, Spring 2009, p.38
  • Un-authored, ‘New Titles’, Nuersheinungen, Spring 2009, p.38
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘It’s a moving experience’, The Daily Telegraph, 24 February 2009, p.24
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Sex Sculptor Koons gets Steamy with giant train’, The Sunday Times, 22 February 2009, p.7
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘Contemporary art is a fraud, says top dealer’, The Independent on Sunday, 22 February 2009, p.3
  • Hattenstone, Simon, ‘The Pariah and the PM’, The Guardian, 21 February 2009, pp.26-29
  • Tremlett, Giles, ‘Spanish artist blows Hirst’s brains out’, The Guardian, 19 February 2009, p.19
  • Love, Emma, ‘How to Spot a golden calf – or a cash cow’, The Independent, 19 February 2009, p.15
  • Un-authored, ‘Cheap Shot?’, Metro, 19 February 2009, p.12
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst’s no diamond geezer’, The Sunday Times, 15 February 2009, p.17
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘God save the Damien Hirst rip-off industry!’, The Independent, 13 February 2009, p.11
  • Leroi, Armand, ‘I’d love to tell Darwin he was right all along’, The Times (Times 2), 12 February 2009, pp.2-3
  • Thornton, Sarah, ‘Who will start the bidding?’, The Guardian, 12 February 2009, pp.21-23
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Who is the greatest modern artist of them all?’, The Times (Times 2), 11 February 2009, pp.2-4
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘The Tate is a latter day Paris salon – pompous and arrogant – and its Triennial shows British art is clapped out; The only thing that it gets right is that the future is elsewhere’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 8 February 2009, pp.8-9
  • Glover, Michael, ‘The forgotten man’, The Independent, 7 February 2009, p.48
  • Barker, Godfrey, ‘Sotheby’s £17m sale heralds the return of ‘real collectors’, Evening Standard, 6 February 2009, p.21
  • Mills, Yasmin, ‘Get through the recession with a smile on your face’, The Daily Telegraph, 5 February 2009, pp.20-21
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘Middle East in the frame’, Financial Times, 31 January - 1 February 2009, p.14
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Biteback’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 1 February 2009, p.16
  • Bailey, Martin, ‘Making order out of chaos at the New Rijksmuseum’, The Art Newspaper, January 2009, p.20
  • Yarish, Carla, ‘The art of Christmas: All Yule need for a visual feast’, Art World, December 2008 - January 2009, p.118
  • Cosgrove, Bronwyn, ‘Maia’s way’, Harper’s Bazaar, January 2009, pp.124-127
  • Morrison, Richard, ‘How a bunch of shameless, foul-mouthed, bed-hopping kids came to rule the art world’, The Times, 28 January 2009, p.7
  • Varoli, John, ‘Billionaire, Pinchuk, Hirst collector, Turns to Russia for show’, Bloomberg.com, 26 January 2009
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘Pieces that put wind in their sales’, Financial Times, 24-25 January 2009, p.12
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘Less money to spend… less second-rate art’, The Observer, 25 January, pp.16-17
  • Ruiz, Christina, ‘Saatchi to host art X-Factor’, The Sunday Times, 25 January 2009, p.2
  • Muir, Gregor, ‘Recession? Lets party!’ The Guardian, 20 January 2009, pp.20-25
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘My picture never made it – but nor did Damien’s’, The Independent, 19 January 2009, p.15
  • Burt, Kate, ‘How we met: Peter Blake & Gavin Turk’, The Independent on Sunday, 18 January 2009, p.46
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘A Talent to Abuse’, The Sunday Times, 18 January 2009, pp.39-40
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Lucky Kunst: the rise and fall of Young British Art by Gregor Muir’, Thesundaytimes.co.uk, 18 January 2009
  • Nichol, Kate and Laura Collins, ‘Jay Jopling and Sam Taylor-Wood: The £100m divorce that is splitting the art world’, The Daily Mail, 18 January 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Issue 269’, Kultureflash.com, 16 January 2009,
  • Mullen, Lisa, ‘More Pickle?’, Time Out, 8-14 January 2009, p.50
  • Trevor, Tom, ‘The gorilla in the room’, The Times (Times 2), 14 January 2009, p.15
  • Shepherd, Jessica, ‘Paint it black’, The Guardian (Education), 13 January 2009, p.1
  • Un-authored, ‘Market News’, The Daily Telegraph, 13 January 2009, p.24
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘The art world is plunging along with the rest of the economy. Hooray says Waldemar Januszczak’, The Sunday Times, 11 January 2009, pp.14-15
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Sean Scully: paintings from the 80s’, The Independent on Sunday, 11 January 2009, p.63
  • Hogan, Dave, ‘A mismatch – or inspired casting?’, The Independent, 10 January 2009, p.47
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Crunch time for Mr Brit Art’, The Times, 7 January 2009, pp.15-16
  • Un-authored, ‘Market news’, The Daily Telegraph, 6 January 2009, p.22
  • Whitworth, Damian, ‘A God of small and ordinary things’, The Times, 6 January 2009, pp.12-13
  • Un-authored, ‘Books’, The Times, 3 January 2009, p.6
  • Un-authored, ‘Young British Arts of the 1990s’, The Encyclopaedia of Modern and Contemporary Art, No.906, 2008, pp.1, 11, 13 and 106-107
  • Various authors, ‘Power 2008’, Art & Auction, December 2008, pp.116-137
  • Un-authored, ‘Auctions make nearly half low estimates’, The Art Newspaper, December 2008, p.55
  • De Wavrin, Isabelle, ‘L’ecrasante victoire de Hirst’, Beaux Arts, December 2008, pp.181-192
  • Guegan, Stephanie, ‘Pierre Sterckx contre l’anorexie en art’, Beaux Arts, December 2008, p.50
  • Un-authored, ‘1988-2008’, GQ, December 2008, p.464
  • Un-authored, ‘No.1 Science/ Damien Hirst’, Art in Asia, November-December 2008, p.116
  • Heingartner, Douglas, ‘It’s not only rock ‘n’ roll, baby!’, Frieze, November-December 2008, p.211
  • Storr, Robert, ‘Courage and convictions’, Frieze, November-December 2008
  • Fox, Dan, ‘Debit and credit’, Frieze, November-December 2008, p.1
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst knocks more skulls together’, The Sunday Telegraph, 28 December 2008, p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘I’m a serious actress remember? Sienna Miller plays a crazed psychiatric patient in gritty short film’, Dailymail.co.uk, 28 December 2008
  • Kazakina, Katya, ‘Damien Hirst, of $100 million diamond skull, sees prices slump’, Bloomberg.com, 18 December 2008
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Artists with an eye on Jewellery’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 December 2008, p.20
  • Un-authored, ‘Raconteur on investing in art’, Raconteur Media, 16 December 2008, pp.3-18
  • McLaren, Malcom, ‘Outlaws united’, The Times, 15 December 2008, pp.12-13
  • Randall, David, ‘The 50 most ludicrous Britons 2008’, The Independent on Sunday, 14 December 2008, p.21
  • Husband, Stuart, ‘Move over, darling’, The Independent on Sunday (The New Review), 14 December 2008, pp.14-16
  • Woodman, Ellis, ‘The year in lists – art & architecture 2008’, The Telegraph (Review), 13 December 2008, pp.14-15
  • Thornton, Sarah, ‘Feeling the pinch in the Miami Vice’, The Times (Times 2), 9 December 2008, p.14
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Hirst demands share of artist’s £65 copies’, The Independent, 6 December 2008, p.19
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Has the bottom dropped out of the contemporary art market?’, The Independent, 2 December 2008, p.30
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Modern art explained’, The Times (Times 2), 2 December 2008, p.5
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Felix the cat artist seduces the Turner Prize judges’, The Times, 2 December 2008, p.11
  • Jude, Dan, ‘Meet Billy Childish’, Disappear Here, Winter 2008, pp.72-75
  • Un-authored, ‘Levi’s and Damien Hirst’, Whitewall, Winter 2008, p.160
  • Un-authored, ‘An oral history of Western Art’, ArtReview, November 2008
  • Charlesworth, JJ, ‘A market for panic’, ArtReview, November 2008, p.48
  • Un-authored, ‘No.1 Damien Hirst: the power 100’, ArtReview, November 2008, pp.96-97
  • Un-authored, ‘2007-2008: What happened?’, ArtReview, November 2008, pp.195-201
  • Unknown, ‘Don’t judge a sale by its (catalogue) cover: Richter and Murakami can’t stop the slide’, The Art Newspaper, No.196, November 2008, p.63
  • Petterson, Anders, ‘Tough times will provide opportunities’, The Art Newspaper, No.196, November 2008, p.36
  • Un-authored, ‘Vanitas Fare’, ARTnews, November 2008, p.58
  • Un-authored, ‘Villa People’, Tatler, November 2008, p.60
  • Alexander, Martha, ‘Focus on East London’, Artists & Illustrators Magazine, November 2008, pp.33-35
  • Un-authored, ‘Vogue British’, Vogue (China), November 2008, pp.220-226
  • Un-authored, ‘The death of New Labour’, The Times, 25 November 2008, p.27
  • Un-authored, ‘Next Tuesday…’, The Times (Times 2), 25 November 2008, p.5
  • Walker, Tim, ‘Damien Hirst is on the wane as Tracey Emin waxes lyrical’, The Daily Telegraph, 24 November 2008, p.8
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘The case of the missing Hirst and other Arabian Tales’, Financial Times, 22-23 November 2008
  • Azania-Jarvis, Alice, ‘What time can we check in, Damien’, The Independent, 21 November 2008, p.29
  • Un-authored, The Times, 18 November 2008, p.13
  • Un-authored, ‘Blowing bubbles’, The Independent, 17 November 2008, p.34
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Art’s too expensive, says Hirst (worth £200m)’, The Independent, 17 November 2008, p.3
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘New York’s ‘half-price sale’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 November 2008, p.26
  • Rappolt, Mark, ‘2008 Power 100 List’, Telegraph.co.uk, 14 November 2008
  • Barnett, Laura, ‘Sienna Miller smokes, cries and smears herself in blood in Hirst’s macabre video’, The Guardian (Arts), 12 November 2008, p.25
  • Perry, Grayson, ‘The price you pay for anonymity’, The Times (Times 2), 11 November 2008, p.15
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘There’s a price to pay for private art’, The Guardian (Weekly), 7 November 2008, pp.32-33
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst auction comes under fresh scrutiny’, Evening Standard, 6 November 2008, p.14
  • Un-authored, ‘The reject list sensational art that failed to impress’, The Independent, 5 November 2008, p.21
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Market news’, The Daily Telegraph, 4 November 2008, p.26
  • Un-authored, ‘Home is where the Hirst is’, The Sunday Times (Style), 2 November 2008, pp.16-19
  • Ruiz, Cristina, ‘Diamond skull will go to auction if it fails to sell, says Damien Hirst’, The Art Newspaper, No.195, October 2008, p.1
  • Kaufman, Jason Edward, ‘New Metropolitan director is little-known insider’, The Art Newspaper, No.195, October 2008, p.11
  • Thornton, Sarah, ‘In and out of love with Damien Hirst’, The Art Newspaper, No.195, October 2008, p.40
  • Un-authored, ‘Save the Colony’s singing stags’, The Art Newspaper, No.195, October 2008, p.44
  • Bevan, Roger, ‘Shockproof: as the dow drops 500 points, 233 lots make £111m in three auction sessions’, The Art Newspaper, October 2008, p.63
  • Un-authored, ‘How the natural history sculptures, butterflies, spots and cabinets performed’, The Art Newspaper, No.195, October 2008, p.63
  • Hall, Michael, ‘Three cheers for art dealers’, Apollo, October 2008, pp.15 and 102
  • Thornton, Sarah, ‘In and out of love with Damien Hirst’, The Art Newspaper, October 2008, pp.39-41
  • Un-authored, ‘This little piggy went to market’, Art Monthly, October 2008, p.14
  • Lewis, Ben, ‘Hirst’s unburstable bubble’, Prospect, October 2008, pp.54-56
  • Deeded, Henry, ‘Hirst goes back to his roots with Paris show’, The Independent, 31 October 2008, p.21
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘An ace club with quite a nice gallery attached’, The Times (Times 2), 29 October 2008, pp.14-15
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘The heiress and the chocolate factory’, The Daily Telegraph, 28 October 2008, p.24
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘The definitive guide to Modern British Art’, The Daily Telegraph, 25 October 2008, p.14
  • Un-authored, ‘Sell hedge funds, buy Kate Moss’, The Guardian, 22 October 2008, p.25
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Boom may be over, but profits go on’, The Daily Telegraph, 21 October 2008, p.26
  • Harris, John, ‘And now for the good news’, The Guardian (Arts), 21 October 2008, pp.21-23
  • Mostrous, Alexi and Rachel Campell-Johnston, ‘Growing signs of art slump as Freud’s portrait of Bacon makes only £5.4m’, The Times, 20 October 2008, p.17
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Jackie Wullschlager on 20 years of the YBAs’, Financial Times, 18-19 October 2008, p.3
  • Cadwalladr, Carole, ‘Before the bubbly stops flowing…’, The Observer, 19 October 2008, pp.12-13
  • Un-authored, ‘Consume this’, The Sunday Telegraph, 19 October 2008, p.37
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘Art: seven days in the art world’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 19 October 2008, p.43
  • Un-authored, ‘Art imitates life as boom shows signs of bust’, The Sunday Times, 19 October 2008, p.14
  • Un-authored, ‘Colour me bad’, The Daily Telegraph Magazine, 18 October 2008, p.9
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Spot the masterpiece’, The Independent, 18 October 2008, p.18
  • Un-authored, ‘Market Frieze? More like slow cooling’, The Scotsman, 17 October 2008, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst is artful leader of the pack’, Lincoln Target, 16 October 2008, p.5
  • Un-authored, ‘People’, The Guardian, 15 October 2008, p.15
  • Un-authored, The Guardian (Business), 15 October 2008, p.25
  • Un-authored, ‘The power of art’, The Times, 15 October 2008, p.25
  • Noah, Sherma, ‘Hirst returns to top of art world’s power list’, The Herald, 15 October 2008, p.8
  • Noah, Sherna, ‘Hirst tops list of art’s 100 most powerful’, The Scotsman, 15 October 2008, p.3
  • Rappolt, Mark, ‘Who are art’s top 10?’, The Daily Telegraph, 14 October 2008, p.24
  • McBeth, Jim, ‘Cash of the Titans’, The Scottish Daily Mail, 14 October 2008, p.19
  • Rappolt, Mark, ‘Damien Hirst tops art’s power 500 list’, Telegraph.com, 14 October 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst reveals his favourite charities’, Financial Times Weekend (Life & Arts), 11-12 October 2008, p.1
  • Shields, Rachel, ‘The party’s not quite over…’, The Independent on Sunday, 12 October 2008, pp.14-15
  • Carr, Simon, ‘50 National treasures’, The Independent, 11 October 2008, pp.14-15
  • De Burton, Simon, ‘Forthcoming international sales’, Financial Times, 11 October 2008, p.8
  • Watson, Angus, ‘How to give it’, Financial Times, 11 October 2008, p.24
  • Un-authored, ‘Going out…staying in’, The Times, 7 October 2008, p.31
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Dog chews and Mao: Saatchi’s art revolution’, The Independent, 7 October 2008, p.11
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Art blossoms in the desert’, The Daily Telegraph, 7 October 2008, p.26
  • Bowers, Simon, ‘Art attack: auction bubble about to bust’, The Guardian, 7 October 2008, p.25
  • Greenwood, John, ‘Investments that stay in the black’, The Daily Telegraph, 7 October 2008, p.28
  • Grove, Sophie, ‘Betting big on Hirst’, Newsweek, 6 October 2008, p.8
  • Lewis, Ben, ‘The world at their bidding’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 5 October 2008, pp.50-51
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘First impressions’, The Independent (Arts & Books), 3 October 2008, p.7
  • Ruiz, Cristina, ‘Revealed: the work Damien Hirst failed to sell’, The Art Newspaper, No.194, September 2008, pp.1-3
  • Bevan, Roger, ‘Phillips struggles in bid to lead auction week’, The Art Newspaper, No.194, September 2008, p.53
  • Un-authored, ‘Sale OI: London’, Molocle, September 2008, p.103
  • Un-authored, ‘Dealing’, Evening Standard (Magazine), September 2008, pp.3 and 17-20
  • Un-authored, ‘Die Woche Geniessen’, Vanity Fair (Germany), No.44, 2008
  • Moore-Bridger, Benedict, ‘Secret Hirst buyer is Ukrainian steel tycoon’, Evening Standard, 30 September 2008, p.24
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘He makes Damien Hirst look restrained’, The Guardian, 29 September 2008, pp.17-23
  • Moore, Rowan, ‘Whether useful or alluring, you’ve gotta have it’, Evening Standard, 29 September 2008, p.42
  • Conwy, Anne-Marie, ‘The week to come’, The Sunday Telegraph, 28 September 2008, p.29
  • Un-authored, ‘Britart brand falls out of flavour’, The Guardian, 27 September 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Under the hammer’, Western Daily Mail, 27 September 2008, pp.16-17
  • Barker, Godfrey, ‘Dealing with Damien’, Evening Standard (Magazine), 26 September 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Free Damien’, The Independent, 26 September 2008, p.10
  • Un-authored, ‘Dealing with Damien’, Evening Standard Magazine, 26 September 2008, pp.14-20
  • Haden-Guest, Anthony, ‘When Larry met Dasha’, The Guardian, 25 September 2008, p.23
  • Deedes, Henry, ‘Kate’s brush with the arts’, The Independent, 24 September 2008, p.13
  • Un-authored, ‘People’, The Guardian, 23 September 2008, p.16
  • Blackburn, David, ‘Art criticism’, The Times, 23 September 2008, p.27
  • Un-authored, ‘Five best’, The Independent, 23 September 2008, p.18
  • Greer, Germaine, ‘Note to Robert Hughes: Bob, dear, Damien Hirst is just one of many artists you don’t get’, The Guardian, 22 September 2008, p.28
  • Un-authored, ‘Four decades of capital culture’, The Independent, 22 September 2008, pp.8-9
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘Damien’s worthless original’, The Independent on Sunday, 21 September 2008, p.44
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Glamour at the gallery’, The Independent on Sunday (The New Review), 21 September 2008, p.6
  • Calvert, Jonathan, ‘Hirst dealers bolster prices at record sale’, The Sunday Times, 21 September 2008, p.7
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst nearly stuffed as RBS glitch hits diners’, The Sunday Telegraph, 21 September 2008, p.9
  • Un-authored, ‘Joan Collins: why Damien Hirst deserved to make a £111 killing on ‘Black Monday’, The Sunday Telegraph, 21 September 2008, p.17
  • Collins, Jackie, ‘Black Monday saw Damien strike gold’, The Sunday Telegraph, 21 September 2008, p.24
  • Conway, Anne-Marie, ‘The week that was’, The Sunday Telegraph, 21 September 2008, p.29
  • Un-authored, ‘Painted into a corner’, The Sunday Telegraph (Business), 21 September 2008, p.1
  • Un-authored, ‘So the banks are going under. At least we will always have Damien…’, The Independent on Sunday, 21 September 2008, p.21
  • Calvert, Jonathan, ‘Hirst dealers bolster prices at record sale’, The Sunday Times, 21 September 2008, p.7
  • Un-authored, ‘Visit timesonline’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 21 September 2008, p.3
  • Hind, John, ‘Did I say that? Damien Hirst’, The Observer Magazine, 21 September 2008, p.8
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Artworld insanity’, The Telegraph, 21 September 2008, pp.28-29
  • Jacobson, Howard, ‘So what is the legacy of the banker’s greed? A cynical society – and bad art’, The Independent, 20 September 2008, p.43
  • Un-authored, The Independent, 20 September 2008, p.45
  • Usborne, Simon, ‘A formula for happiness’, The Independent Magazine, 20 September 2008, pp.27-32
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst: genius or huckster’, The Week, 20 September 2008, p.21
  • Burn, Gordon, ‘I believe in nothing’, The Guardian (Review), 20 September 2008, pp.16-17
  • Johnston, Ian, ‘Hirst painting is worthless says Sotheby’s’, The Guardian, 20 September 2008, p.16
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel and Jack Malvern, ‘If you missed that £111m sale, here’s your second chance to snap up a Hirst original’, The Times, 20 September 2008, p.11
  • Lakeman, Geoffrey and Stewart Whittingham, ‘Exclusive: Damien Hirst, master of art’, Daily Mirror, 20 September 2008, pp.22-23
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien purrst’, The Sun, 20 September 2008, p.27
  • Jellema, Sarah, ‘Hirst’s cat painting is a dead loss’, Daily Mirror, 20 September 2008, p.3
  • Smart, Alastair, ‘Art choice’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 20 September 2008, p.28
  • Un-authored, ‘The boy done good’, The Economist, 20 September 2008, p.35
  • Un-authored, ‘The Damien Hirst cat worth nothing without formaldehyde’, The Daily Telegraph, 20 September 2008, p.12
  • Walker, Tim, ‘Panic at Wolseley chips are down’, The Daily Telegraph, 19 September 2008, p.8
  • Noah, Sherma, ‘Art couple announce marriage split’, The Home News, 19 September 2008
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Damien Hirst skips the middleman’, The Wall Street Journal, 19 September 2008, p.15
  • Milmo, Cahal, ‘Mr Ten Percent (and he’s worth every penny)’, The Independent, 18 September 2008, p.13
  • Vogel, Carol, ‘Hirst works net record $200.7 million’, International Herald Tribune, 18 September 2008, p.9
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘When did modern art begin’, The Guardian (g2), 18 September 2008, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Also on the week’s arts blog: do the right thing Damien’, The Guardian (g2), 18 September 2008, p.27
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Damien – 666 or 999?’, Time Out, 11-17 September 2008, p.55
  • Un-authored, ‘The physical impossibility of death in the mind of someone living’, The Daily Telegraph, 17 September 2008, p.22
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘Damien Hirst and the triumph of emptiness’, The Daily Telegraph, 17 September 2008, p.29
  • Un-authored, ‘£111m Hirst prize’, The Daily Telegraph, 17 September 2008, p.14
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst’s art sale rakes in £111m’, The Independent, 17 September 2008, p.8
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst gives a heart-shaped gift to support children’s charity in need’, The Independent, 17 September 2008, p.19
  • Dolan, Jacqueline, ‘Art by (big) numbers…’, Western Daily Press, 17 September 2008, pp.1 and 6
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Hirst makes a killing in £95m sale’, The Times, 17 September 2008, p.23
  • Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘No sign of a downturn at Sotheby’s as buyers stage a bull run’, The Times, 17 September 2008, p.23
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Hirst pockets £95m by cutting out the middle-men’, The Times, 17 September 2008, p.25
  • Vogel, Carol, ‘At $18.6 million, ‘Golden Calf’ is star of sale of Hirst works’, International Herald Tribune, 17 September 2008, p.12
  • Cavendish, Lucy, ‘Even my signature’s worth £200…does that make me the new Picasso?’, The Scotsman, 16 September 2008, pp.42-43
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘What credit crunch? Hirst’s super rich fans confound critics and snap up his sharks, calves and stardust’, The Guardian, 16 September 2008, p.15
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst’s golden calf sells for £10.3m’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 September 2008, p.2
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Lots of nerves as Hirst’s art gamble begins’, The Times, 16 September 2008, p.11
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Lots of nerve as Hirst’s art gamble begins’, The Times, 16 September 2008, p.15
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘A formaldehyde frenzy as buyers snap up Hirst works’, The Independent, 16 September 2008, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘The man who can’t stop making money’, Evening Standard, 16 September 2008, +cover
  • Barker, Godfrey and Louise Jury, ‘Hirst plays snooker as art is auctioned and pots £82 million’, Evening Standard, 16 September 2008, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘At least someone is still making millions…’, Metro, 16 September 2008, +cover
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst sale exceeds £65m target’, Metro, 16 September 2008, p.3
  • Baracaia, Alexa, ‘Hirst nets record £70m at auction’, The London Paper, 16 September 2008, p.5
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Hirst’s art sale gamble could leave him in a pickle’, The Times, 15 September, p.17
  • Lacayo, Richard, ‘Artist as rock star’, Time, 15 September 2008, pp.36-42 +cover
  • Lewis, Ben, ‘Why I was banned from Damien Hirst’s £120m gamble’, Evening Standard, 15 September 2008, p.18
  • Hughes, Janet, ‘Can Hirst preserve his image as the world’s top artist?’, Western Daily Press, 15 September 2008, p.3
  • Crow, Kelly, ‘The man behind the fortune and frenzy’, The Wall Street Journal Weekend, 12-14 September 2008, pp.8-9
  • Wallschlager, Jackie, ‘Beauty and the beast’, Financial Times, 13-14 September 2008, p.16
  • Conrad, Peter, ‘I have to admit it: I was wrong about Hirst’, The Observer, 14 September 2008, pp.20-21
  • Aspen, Peter, ‘Sotheby’s shares hit by jitters over Hirst auction’, Financial Times, 14 September 2008, p.2
  • Un-authored, ‘Art attack’, Financial Times, 14 September 2008, p.26
  • Langley, Williams, ‘It may not be much, but it’s the bestiary he can do’, The Sunday Telegraph, 14 September 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘In this section’, The Observer, 14 September 2008, p.2
  • Un-authored, ‘I don’t want people to see inside my mind’, The Independent on Sunday, 14 September 2008, p.46
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘A Hirst original’, The Independent on Sunday, 14 September 2008, p.3
  • Wiseman, Eva, ‘How to be…a modern art collector’, The Observer Magazine, 14 September 2008, p.9
  • Vogel, Carol, ‘Damien Hirst goes for broke at Sotheby’s’,Iht.com, 14 September 2008
  • Toyoto, Ito, ‘What is Damien Hirst by Damien Hirst.’, Geisai, No.11, 14 September 2008, pp.97-116
  • Dunne, Aidan, ‘Hooves of gold or feet of clay?’, The Irish Times, 13 September 2008, p.5
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Must see’, The Telegraph (Review), 13 September 2008, p.13
  • Un-authored, ‘Review’, The Guardian (Review), 13 September, cover
  • Hughes, Robert, ‘Day of the dead’, The Guardian (Review), 13 September 2008, p.18
  • Un-authored, ‘The Shark’s last move’, The Economist, 13 September 2008, pp.99-101
  • Un-authored, ‘In defence of Damien Hirst’, The Independent, 11 September 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘A man who is tired of Damien Hirst’, The Independent, 11 September 2008, p.41
  • Peitsch, Hans, ‘Direktverkauf bei Damien Hirst’, Art Das Kunstmagazin, 10 September 2008, p.117
  • Roberts, Alison, ‘Even my signature’s worth £200. Does that make me the new Picasso?’, Evening Standard, 10 September 2008, pp.18-19
  • Jardine, Cassandra, ‘Is Damien still the golden boy’, The Daily Telegraph, 10 September 2008, p.27
  • Un-authored, ‘National’, The Guardian, 9 September 2008, p.1
  • Dowling, Tim, ‘Blue-tinted lenses – the fashion trend for the ageing male star’, The Guardian, 9 September 2008, p.2
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Reformed Britart rebel takes time out with £65m sale’, The Guardian, 9 September 2008, p.11
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Rembrandt? I’m just like him’, The Independent, 9 September 2008, p.8
  • Adams, Stephen, ‘Hirst’s pickled treats’, The Daily Telegraph, 9 September 2008, p.7
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘Damien’s new masterstroke fails to impress’, The Daily Telegraph, 8 September 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Critic attacks ‘tacky’ Damien Hirst’, The Daily Telegraph, 8 September 2008, p.4
  • Un-authored, ‘Beautiful inside my head forever’, Financial Times, 6-7 September 2008, p.13
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Top critic lashes out at Hirst’s ‘tacky’ art’, The Observer, 7 September 2008, p.3
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘If you don’t like the rules, change them’, The Times, 7 September 2008, pp.8-11
  • Woods, Richard, ‘Art brings Hirst a billion dollars’, The Sunday Times, 7 September 2008, p.9
  • Un-authored, The Sunday Times (Culture), 7 September 2008, p.3
  • Jack, Ian, ‘Art’s new democrats are due a lesson in the economics of taste’, The Guardian, 6 September 2008, p.30
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘As art world sharks circle, Hirst the salesman goes in for the kill’, The Times, 5 September 2008, p.22
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘UK art world’s biggest gun sets its sights on the future’, The Guardian, 4 September 2008, p.12
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Revealed: how Turner began his career copying the old masters’, The Independent, 4 September 2008, p.3
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Raffle at £5000 a ticket is a laugh all the way to Banksy’, The Times, 3 September 2008, p.9
  • Blakely, Rhys, ‘Critics unimpressed by Hirst’s attempt to ‘offload’ scared cow’, The Times, 2 September 2008, p.37
  • Hanman, Natalie, ‘Cool reception for Hirst’s Delhi show’, Guardian.co.uk, 2 September 2008
  • Cork, Richard, ‘25 Years 100 Issues’, Royal Academy Magazine, Autumn 2008, pp.20-27
  • Un-authored, ‘Auction guide’, Royal Academy Magazine, Autumn 2008, p.68
  • Un-authored, ‘In the frame’, No.193, The Art Newspaper, July-August 2008, p.2
  • Bevan, Roger and Sarah Thornton, ‘Damien Hirst rewriting the rules of the market’, The Art Newspaper, No.193, July-August 2008, p.31 +cover
  • Gill, Chris, ‘Meet China’s top collector of contemporary art’, The Art Newspaper, No.193, July-August 2008, p.22
  • Un-authored, Luxe watch aficionados, No.16, August 2008, p.78
  • Barker, Godfrey, ‘D-day for Damien’, The Independent on Sunday (The New Review), 31 August 2008, pp.22-23
  • Bates, Stephen, ‘People’, The Guardian, 28 August 2008, p.10
  • Jury, Louise, ‘News’, Evening Standard, 26 August 2008
  • Gray-Block, Aaron, ‘Amsterdam to host Hirst’s skull’, Reuters.com, 26 August 2008
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘200 unsold Hirsts go under hammer’, The Sunday Times, 24 August 2008, p.5
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Hirst loses his thirst for spots and pickled cows’, Evening Standard, 22 August 2008, p.28
  • O’Hagan, Sean, ‘The fan: Damien Hirst on Bacon’, The Observer (Review), 19 August 2008, p.7
  • Abrams, Melanie, ‘It’s not just the food that catches the eye in the swankiest restaurants. Eateries are becoming the new art galleries’, The Independent (Extra), 18 August 2008, p.11
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Arts diary’, The Guardian (G2), 13 August 2008, p.29
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘The artist’, The Daily Telegraph, 9 August 2008, pp.12-13
  • Tzafalias, Manos, ‘Pistols drawn: Hirst and McLaren expose ‘fake’ punk clothing’, The Independent, 3 August 2008, p.10
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Biteback’, The Sunday Times, 3 August 2008, p.16
  • Barker, Godfrey, ‘Russian masters’, Evening Standard (Magazine), 1 August 2008, pp.20-21
  • Craddock, Sacha, ‘Art, Freeze: defrosted’, Time Out, 24-30 July 2008, p.62
  • Singh, Anita, ‘Zebra and unicorn line up in Hirst’s £65m menagerie’, The Daily Telegraph, 29 July 2008, p.6
  • Un-authored, ‘MarketNews’, The Daily Telegraph, 29 July 2008, p.24
  • Un-authored, ‘The immaculate heart’, The Guardian, 29 July 2008, cover
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Golden calf, bull’s heart, a new shark: Hirst’s latest works may fetch £65m’, The Guardian, 29 July 2008, p.9
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Formaldehyde, skulls and plenty of bling: Hirst brings £65m of his wares to market’, The Times, 29 July 2008, p.4
  • Savage, Michael, ‘Hirst hopes to turn a £20,000 doodle into £2m’, The Independent, 29 July 2008, p.9
  • Un-authored, ‘Art for beer’s sake’, The Independent on Sunday, 20 July 2008, p.24
  • Woods, Richard, ‘What links a cheesy musical, lipstick and a pickled cow’, The Sunday Times, 20 July 2008, p.14
  • Kennaway, Guy, ‘Art exhaustion’, The Times, 9 July 2008, p.21
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Koons blooms, Hirst stalls’, The Daily Telegraph, 8 July 2008, p.26
  • Crichton-Miller, Emma, ‘From Russia with cash’, The Financial Time (Life&Arts), 2 July 2008, p.14
  • Un-authored, ‘Market news’, The Daily Telegraph, 1 July 2008, p.28
  • Un-authored, ‘Max Lang’, The Art Newspaper, No.192, June 2008, p.12
  • May, Derwent, ‘Buy me’, The Times, 1 July 2008, p.16
  • Un-authored, ‘Fernando Botero’, The Art Newspaper, No.192, June 2008, p.21
  • Gerlis, Melanie, ‘The rich get richer’, The Art Newspaper, No.192, June 2008, p.61
  • Un-authored, ‘Contemporary makes 60% more than Impressionists’, The Art Newspaper, No.192, June 2008, p.62
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘Appetite almost matched by sales in Hong Kong’, The Art Newspaper, No.192, June 2008, p.66
  • Un-authored, ‘Modern and Contemporary Art’, The Art Newspaper, No.192, June 2008
  • Mason, Brook, ‘Prices rise as big players come on board’, The Art Newspaper, No.192, June 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst’, ARTnews, June 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst Da Silvano’s’, FlashArt, May - June 2008
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Bullish Hirst rattles the market’, The Daily Telegraph, 24 June 2008, p.28
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst hopes to revolutionise art market with ‘Golden Calf’’, The Independent, 20 June 2008, p.20
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst first: bypassing the dealers with direct-to-Sotheby’s sale of new work’,
  • Artsjournal.com, 19 June 2008
  • Moreton, Cole, ‘Join the dots: on the trail of the missing Hirst’, The Independent on Sunday, 15 June 2008, p.19
  • Unwin, Phoebe, The Independent, 13 June 2008, pp.24-25
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Big spenders dispel gloom’, The Daily Telegraph, 10 June 2008, p.26
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Picture perfect’, Financial Times, 7 June 2008, p.9
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst gets chance to join Royal Academy but will he accept it?’, Evening Standard, 5 June 2008, p.3
  • Berens, Jessica, ‘Freeze: 20 years on’, The Observer Magazine, 1 June 2008, pp.40-47
  • Thornton, Sarah and Cristina Ruiz, ‘Revealed: Royal family of Qatar is buyer of world’s most expensive Hirst’, The Art Newspaper, No.191, May 2008, p.1
  • Thornton, Sarah, ‘The recipe for a record price: auction house hype, media frenzy, and billionaire buyers’, The Art Newspaper, No.191, May 2008, p.43
  • Dannatt, Adrian, ‘The £2m slave to art’, The Art Newspaper, No.191, May 2008, p.50
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Martin Creed’s test run at Tate Britain’, The Art Newspaper, No.191, May 2008, p.50
  • Lane, Harriot, ‘Dead clever’, The Telegraph Magazine, May 2008, p.55
  • Falconer, Morgan, ‘In a pickle’, ArtReview, May 2008, p.68
  • Un-authored, ‘The many faces of Bacon’, The Knowledge, May 2008, pp.26-27
  • Cernius, Juozas, ‘The Nth Dimension’, Boot Print, No.2, May 2008, p.31
  • Un-authored, ‘Modern & contemporary prints’, ARTnews, May 2008
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘Artist returns home to depict utopia’s fall’, The Independent on Sunday, 18 May 2008, pp.48-49
  • Un-authored, ‘Critic’s choice galleries’, Time Out, 8-14 May 2008, p.68
  • Cacciari, Paola, ‘You dig the tunnel, I’ll hide the soil’, Exibart.com, 14 May 2008
  • Lewis, Ben, ‘Do-it-yourself’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 3-4 May 2008, p.3
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Qatar rulers pay £26m for Bacon’, The Sunday Times, 4 May 2008, p.11
  • Barker, Godfrey, ‘RIP YBA’, Evening Standard, 2 May 2008, pp.16-17
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘No bones about it, these skulls are different’, The Guardian, 2 May 2008, p.21
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘You dig the tunnel, I’ll hide the soil’, Time Out, 24-30 April 2008, p.67
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Old hat or the new bag?’, Art Review, April 2008, pp.92-97
  • Un-authored, ‘Speculations’, Artforum International, April 2008, pp.1-95 and cover
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘The power behind the plinth’, The Art Newspaper, April 2008, p.38
  • Crow, Thomas, ‘Historical returns’, Artforum, April 2008, pp.286-291
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Old hat or the new bag?’, ArtReveiw, April 2008, pp.92-97
  • Un-authored, ‘Rich list 2008’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 27 April 2008, pp.55-58
  • Serota, Nicholas, ‘Want to see more art? Then give us a tax break’, The Observer, 20 April 2008, p.7
  • Barker, Godfrey, ‘Quinn in bloom’, Evening Standard Magazine, 18 April 2008, pp.20-22
  • Coomer, Martin, ‘On the dark side’, The Big Issue, 14 April 2008, p.30
  • Matthias, Fiona, ‘The arts power list’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 13 April 2008, pp.18-25
  • Wilkinson, Carl (ed.), ‘Damien Hirst’, The Observer Book of Art, 13 April 2008, p.100
  • Myall, Steve, ‘Japan in a pickle over Hirst’s cows’, The London Paper, 9 April 2008, p.3
  • O’Hagan, Sean, ‘Horror, horror on the wall’, The Observer, 6 April 2008
  • James, Alex, ‘My favourite work of art (and what it says about Angus Fairhurst)’, The Independent, 5 April 2008, p.12
  • Un-authored, ‘Obituary’, The Courier, 4 April 2008, p.29
  • Un-authored, ‘Young British Artist found dead in woods’, Kent Messenger, 4 April 2008, p.35
  • Un-authored, ‘Stations’, Monopol, 4 April 2008, pp.28-29
  • Soares, Marcelo, ‘Negocio e ARTE’, Experience, 3 April 2008, pp.86-92
  • Muir, Gregor, ‘Angus Fairhurst’, The Guardian, 2 April 2008, p.37
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘The brains behind the YBAs’, The Times (Times 2), 2 April 2008, p.13
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst mourns friend’, Metro, 1 April 2008, p.9
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst auctions art for Aids’, Art World, February - March 2008, p.10
  • Un-authored, ‘Mayor’s art auction’, The Art Newspaper, No.189, March 2008, p.66
  • Dannatt, Adrian, ‘Damien’s with the band’, The Art Newspaper, No.189, March 2008, p.54
  • Un-authored, ‘Blog’, Art of England, March 2008, pp.42-43
  • Un-authored, ‘Bulletin, the round-up of the little big things…’, Art of England, March 2008, p.25
  • Baracaia, Alexa, ‘Art stars’ ‘suicide’ at beauty spot’, The London Paper, 31 March 2008, p.5
  • Haden-Guest, Anthony, ‘Art Attack’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 30 March 2008, pp.1, 27-36
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst: works from the collection’, The Art Newspaper, 26-27 March 2008, p.11
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Hirst’s fish in a chip shop may sell for £150,000’, The Guardian, 18 March 2008, p.8
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Critical condition’, The Guardian, 18 March 2008, pp.23-25
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Little green men turned this earthling’s face pink’, The Independent on Sunday, 16 March 2008, p.68
  • Un-authored, ‘Ignorance is bliss in the art world’, The Independent, 10 March 2008, p.41
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Hirst’s £50m skull? It’s no more than a ‘decorative object’, The Independent, 8 March 2008, p.3
  • Reardon, Kate, ‘Dangerous jewellery’, The Times (Luxx), 8 March 2008, p.61
  • Un-authored, ‘Alien encounter’, The Times (The Knowledge), 1-7 March 2008, p.29
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘Flashy, clever, funny: how art has taken off’, Financial Times, 1-2 March 2008, p.15
  • Adams, Tim, ‘Anthony D’Offay: portrait of the perfect dealer’, The Observer, 2 March 2008, p.47
  • Street-Porter, Janet, ‘Art? Or comic capers for the monosyllabic’, The Independent on Sunday, 2 March 2008, p.11
  • Crichton-Miller, Emma, ‘Firm’s favourites’, Financial Times, 1 March 2008, p.7
  • Riviera, Paola, ‘To dress or to mask? That is the question’, BMM, Spring 2008, pp.54-56 and 230-232
  • Un-authored, ‘Boom boom boom’, Candid, No.3, Spring 2008, pp.58-61
  • Un-authored, ‘Living history’, RA, Spring 2008, pp.66-67
  • Bailey, Martin, ‘Meet the Danish collector whose Hirst’s have just gone on show in Copenhagen’, The Art Newspaper, February 2008, p.22
  • McKenzie Johnston, Fiona, ‘Artists vying for a spot on the fashion runway’, The Art Newspaper, February 2008, p.28
  • Oliver, William, ‘Spot the difference’, The Art Newspaper, February 2008, p.39
  • Ruiz, Cristina and Varoli, John, ‘Revealed: Hirst and his dealer both have stake in diamond skull’, The Art Newspaper, February 2008, +cover
  • Rosenfeld, Jeannie, ‘February’, Art + Auction, February 2008, p.45
  • Baracaia, Alexa, ‘Tate says ta for artwork gift’, The London Paper, 27 February 2008, p.3
  • Miller, Andy, ‘The fine art of spending money’, The Daily Telegraph, 23 February 2008, p.25
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘(RED) campaign’s auction raises £21m for Aids cause’, The Independent, 16 February 2008, p.8
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘Art market shrugs off economic gloom’, Financial Times, 9-10 February 2008, p.4
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘Seeing red: a way to affect the world’, Financial Times, 9-10 February 2008, p.13
  • de Burton, Simon, ‘Sale of the week’, Financial Times (Life&Arts), 9-10 February 2008, p.17
  • Fisher, Alice, ‘It’s not always a culture clash when celebs have a brush with art’, The Observer Magazine, 10 February 2008, p.7
  • Un-authored, ‘A Good Week For…’, The Observer, 10 February 2008, p.46
  • Conway, Anne-Marie, ‘The week to come’, The Sunday Telegraph, 10 February 2008, p.26
  • Lee, Vinny, ‘Magical history tour’, The Times Magazine, 9 February 2008, pp.76-81
  • O’Hagan, Sean, ‘Hirst heads art sale to fight Aids in Africa’, The Observer, 3 February 2008, p.23
  • Walker, Tim, ‘Hirst sells out’, The Sunday Times, 3 February 2008, p.15
  • Aidin, Rose, ‘The many lives of a collector’, Apollo, January 2008, pp.62-66
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst buys back work to give to nation’, The Art Newspaper, No.187, January 2008, p.16
  • Gerlis, Melanie, ‘Bonhams sued over Victorian animal sale’, The Art Newspaper, No.187, January 2008, p.47
  • Schwabsky, Barry, ‘Turner Prize: a retrospective 1984-2006’, Artforum, January 2008, p.277
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst’s latest stunt’, The Jackdaw, December - January 2008, p.21
  • Goss, Kenny, ‘Damien hits Dallas’, Art World, December - January 2008, p.30
  • Blake, Peter, ‘Peter Blake on Damien Hirst’, Art World, December 2007 - January 2008, p.146
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Crisis what crisis?’, Art Monthly, December 2007 - January 2008, p.43
  • Yarlish, Carla, ‘The art of Xmas shopping’, Art World, December 2007 - January 2008, pp.124-125
  • Rifkind, Hugo, The Times, 30 January 2008, p.11
  • Duff, Oliver, ‘Hirst in the soup after severn bursts its banks’, The Independent, 17 January 2008, p.16
  • Un-authored, ‘Artist in residence’, The Sunday Times (Style), 13 January 2008, p.39
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Changes at the British Council ‘appalling’, say leading artists’, The Guardian, 12 January 2008, p.21
  • Un-authored, ‘Dismay at British Council art cuts’, The Guardian, 12 January 2008, p.41
  • Thompson, Don, ‘Swimming with sharks’, The Independent (Extra), 11 January 2008, p.1-6
  • Un-authored, ‘Sporting Hirst’s art of gold’, The Sun, 10 January 2008, p.2
  • Demos, TJ, ‘London’, Artforum, December 2007, pp.294-295 and 374-376
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Collector as king’, Apollo, December 2008, pp.92-93
  • Heartfield, James, ‘The Price of everything and the value of nothing’, ArtReview, December 2007, No.17, pp.79-83
  • Kazanjian, Dodie, ‘Big love’, Vogue, December 2007, pp.352-361
  • McClurg-Welland, Ian, ‘A class divided – another awakening for the Turner!’, Art of England, December 2007, pp.12-15
  • Un-authored, ‘The Art(ists) of the deal’, Art and Auction, December 2007, p.138
  • Moore, Susan, ‘The year of bidding dangerously high’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 29-30 December 2007, p.16
  • Aitkenhead, Decca, ‘The year in words and pictures’, The Guardian Weekend, 29 December 2007, pp.31-33
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘King of diamonds’, The Independent on Sunday, 23 December 2007, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘It was a good week for…’, The Sunday Telegraph, 16 December 2007, p.28
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Review of the year: the $10 billion binge’, The Daily Telegraph (Arts & Books), 15 December 2007, pp.1 and 3
  • Hills, Sarah, ‘Hirst donates pickled cows to eager Tate’, Metro, 14 December 2007, p.37
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘A Christmas gift from Damien Hirst to the Tate’, The Independent, 14 December 2007, p.12
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Hirst responds to Tate’s plea of poverty with gift of four artworks’, The Times, 14 December 2007, p.42
  • Brown, Matt, ‘Flies and formaldehyde: Hirst’s gifts to the Tate’, The Guardian, 14 December 2007, p.15
  • Hind, John, ‘Is that a Damien Hirst? No, it’s my new radiator’, The Observer, 9 December 2007, p.10
  • Morris, Pat, ‘Animal magic’, The Guardian, 7 December 2007, p.29
  • de Bruxelles, Simon, ‘Strange case of Damien Hirst and the stuffed squirrel sale’, The Times, 6 December 2007, p.29
  • Cleland, Gary, ‘Dark menagerie that Hirst’s £1m couldn’t buy’, The Daily Telegraph, 6 December 2007, p.7
  • Morris, Steven, ‘Hirst’s interest in stuffed kittens starts legal row’, The Guardian, 6 December 2007, p.13
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Hirst persuades art world’s biggest names to go (RED)’, The Independent, 5 December 2007, p.5
  • Higgie, Jennifer, ‘Con man’, Frieze.com, 4 December 2007
  • Dugan, Emily, ‘Musicians and artists join the fight’, The Independent, 1 December 2007, p.9
  • Jones, Alice, ‘Bono and Hirst sign artwork, for you’, The Independent, 1 December 2007, pp.1, 8
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘The party isn’t over yet’, The Art Newspaper, November 2007, p.47
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘A-listers go to Camden’, The Art Newspaper, November 2007, p.56
  • Neil, Jonathan TD, ‘New York Vs. London’, ArtReview, November 2007, pp.68-70
  • Gillick, Liam, ‘The Power 100: 2007’, ArtReview, November 2007, pp.97-168
  • Lee, David, ‘Prize Failure: lies, deceit and the Turner Prize’, The Jackdaw, November 2007, pp.1 and 6-7
  • Wennerstorm, Nord, ‘Art world spins: unearthing the sale of Damien Hirst’s $100 million skull’, Art & Antiques, November 2007, p.34
  • Yablonsky, Linda, ‘The myth of a creative genius toiling in solitude is just that’, Art+Auction, November 2007, pp.192-199
  • Pearson, Tony, ‘Turner Prize retrospective’, Time Out, 21-27 November 2008, p.47
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Hirst come Hirst served at art sale’, The Observer, 25 November 2007, p.7
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘Damien who?’, The Independent on Sunday, 25 November 2007, pp.1 and 24-25
  • Pilkington, Ed, ‘An uneasy scene in classroom as Hirst unveils latest work’, The Guardian, 10 November 2007, pp.22-23
  • Holmes, Pernilla, ‘The branding of Damien Hirst’, ARTnews, October 2007, pp.198-201
  • Un-authored, ‘British archaeology collects the finds you may have missed’, British Archaeology, September - October 2007, p.33
  • Morris, Tom, ‘Damien in top 10 of most powerful in world art scene’, Western Daily Press (Late City), 15 October 2007, p.4
  • Marianchyk, Natalia, ‘Top world artists come to Kyiv’, What’s On (Kiev), 5-11 October 2007, pp.14-16
  • Ruiz, Cristina, ‘How much will Damien Hirst’s £50m skull sell for?’, The Art Newspaper, September
  • 2007, p.1
  • Morton, Tom, ‘Damien Hirst’, Frieze, September 2007, p.179
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Gallery in a pickle as Hirst’s cow and calf spring a leak’, The Independent, 26 September 2007, p.13
  • Khezri, Bijan, ‘The new art of art finance’, The Wall Street Journal (Leisure & Arts), 19 September 2007
  • Owen, Glen and Polly Dunbar, ‘So Damien who did pay £50m for your diamond skull?’, The Mail on Sunday, 9 September 2007, p.51
  • Connet, David, ‘The mystery of the £50m skull’, The Independent on Sunday, 2 September 2007, p.3
  • Obrist, Hans Ulrich, ‘Over the past year, Hans Ulrich Obrist has been interviewing the British artist Damien Hirst’, Paradis: A Magazine for the Contemporary Man, Autumn-Winter 2007-2008, pp.30-49 and 304
  • Barker, Godfrey, ‘Off the wall prices’, Candid, Autumn 2007, pp.40-41
  • Franchi, Claudio, ‘L’Arte raccontata con il linguaggio del gioiello’, Arro, Autumn 2007, pp.12-13
  • Charlesworth, JJ, ‘Damien Hirst: Beyond Belief’, Art Review, August 2007, p.118
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst: Beyond Belief at White Cube’, Artvehicle.com, No.19, June-July 2007
  • La Placa, Joe, ‘Believe it’, Artnet.com, July 2007
  • Cordrey, Carol, ‘Damien Hirst: Beyond Belief’, Canary Wharf, July 2007
  • Lewis, Ben, ‘Doubting Damien’, Prospect, July 2007, pp.66-67
  • Lytollis, Roger, ‘The art of making millions’, The Cumberland News, 20 July 2007, p.12
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Diamond Damien will scoop £180m’, The Sunday Times, 15 July 2007, pp.1-3
  • Kumar, Summer, ‘China Summer’, Artnet.com, 11 July 2007
  • O’ Hagan, Sean, ‘The man who sold us Damien’, The Observer (Review), 1 July 2007, pp.4-5
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘The shock of the new and the old’, Financial Times (Life&Arts), 30 June-1 July 2007, pp.18-19
  • Taylor, Matthew, Josh Spero and Charlotte Higgins, ‘Prices soar as world’s super-rich invade London art-market’, The Guardian, 23 June 2007, pp.14-15
  • Barker, Godfrey, ‘Hirst tops all living artists’, Evening Standard, 22 June 2007, p.7
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Pills lift Hirst to top of art world’s most expensive list’, The Times, 22 June 2007, p.19
  • Haden-Guest, Anthony, ‘For the love of Hirst’, Financial Times, 16 June 2007, p.18
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘He’s a 24-carat diamond geezer’, The Observer, 10 June 2007, p.19
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Once more without feeling’, The Sunday Telegraph, 10 June 2007, pp.28-29
  • Kelleher, Ellen, ‘Value judgments in a contemporary scene’, Financial Times, 9-10 June 2007, p.7
  • Robson, David, ‘They don’t do bland and they’re the diamond geezers of British art’, Daily Express, 9 June 2007, pp.14-15
  • Kelleher, Ellen, ‘Value judgments in a contemporary scene’, Financial Times, 9 June, p.7
  • Cohen, Nick, ‘The £50m skull is a symbol of our times’, Evening Standard, 6 June 2007, p.12
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Is this the birth of 21st-century art?’, The Guardian, 5 June 2007, pp.23-26
  • Shaw, William, ‘The iceman cometh’, The New York Times Magazine, 3 June 2007, pp.58-59
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘On sparkling form’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 3 June 2007, p.8
  • Heawood, Sophie, ‘For the love of Damien, the Topshop old master’, The Independent on Sunday, 3 June 2007, p.41
  • Harper, Tamzin, ‘Much more than the sum of his arts’, Wales on Sunday, 3 June 2007, p.30
  • Sutcliffe, Thomas, ‘For the love of God: a £50m work of art’, The Independent, 2 June 2007, pp.1-2
  • Martin, Arthur, ‘Jewels in the Crown’, Daily Mail, 2 June 2007, p.30
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘For the love of art and money’, The Daily Telegraph, 2 June 2007, p.20
  • Malvern, Jack, ‘£50 million for Hirst’s diamond geezer’, The Times, 2 June 2007, p.28
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Diamonds are a skull’s best friend’, The Guardian, 2 June 2007, p.11
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘From Mexico to Islington in a search for inspiration’, The Independent, 2 June 2007, p.2
  • Maynard, Geoff, ‘A diamond skull… yours for £50m’, The Scottish Daily Express, 2 June 2007, p.29
  • Bones, Gemma, ‘The £50m skull’, The Daily Star, 2 June 2007, p.25
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘The sparkling death’s-head takes hard look at our values’, The Times, 2 June 2007, p.29
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘£50 price tag on Hirsts’s diamond-encrusted skull’, Financial Times Weekend, 2 June 2007, pp.1 and 4
  • Cornwell, Tim, ‘For Love of God: BritArt bad boy kicks up storm with £50m skull’, The Scotsman, 2 June 2007, p.7
  • Self, Will, ‘To die for’, The Telegraph Magazine, 2 June 2007, pp.22-28
  • Jury, Louise, ‘The £50m skull@ Hirst unveils diamond geezer, and buyers are queuing up…’, London Lite, 1 June 2007, p.5
  • Hackworth, Nick, ‘A brilliant hymn to our times’, Evening Standard, 1 June 2007, p.3
  • Jury, Lousie, ‘The £50m diamond geezer’, Evening Standard, 1 June 2007, p.3
  • Holmes, Pernilla, ‘Meet the new shark (Almost) same as the old shark’, Art Market, May 2007, pp.102-104
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘What else can you spend your money on?’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 26-27 May 2007, pp.1-2
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Hirst skull on sale for £50m’, The Sunday Times, 29 April 2007, p.2
  • Morrison, James and Andrew Gumbel, ‘Hirst is now the most successful living artist in the world’, The Independent on Sunday, 11 March 2007, pp.12-13
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘Lords of creation’, Art News (New Zealand), Spring 2007, pp.88-89
  • Goodwin, Christopher, ‘Mr Hirst goes to Hollywood’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 18 February 2007, pp.8-9
  • Hirst, Damien ‘An emotional edge’, The Independent, 2 February 2007
  • Un-authored, ‘Dispatches’, Art Review, January 2007, p.35
  • Un-authored, ‘On the town, London openings’, Art Review, January 2007, pp.158-159
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Damien Hirst’s dead ringers’, The Independent on Sunday (ABC), 3 December, 2006, p.10
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Bitten by the collecting bug’, The Sunday Telegraph, 3 December, 2006, pp.26-27
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘Mr Hirst went shopping’, The Observer (Review), 3 December 2006, p.19
  • Jaunuszczak, Waldemar, ‘From maverick to one of the herd’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 3 December 2006, pp.8-9
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Death becomes him’, Time Out, 22-29 November, 2006, pp.46-47
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘The monster we’re lucky to have’, The Daily Telegraph, 28 November, 2006, p.27
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Damien takes on the world’, The Independent (Extra), 27 November, 2006, p.15
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘The darkest hour of Damien Hirst’, Evening Standard (Life & Culture), 24 November, 2006, pp.36-37
  • Luke, Ben, ‘All kinds of everything’, Financial Times (Magazine), 18-19 November, 2006, pp.34-35
  • Lwris, Sophie. ‘Join the dots: you’ll discover Hirst is a genius’, The Independent on Sunday, 19 November, 2006, pp.42-43
  • Vogel, Carol, ‘Jaws II the return’, The Observer (Review), 19 November, 2006, pp.8-10
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Damien, art addict’, The Daily Telegraph (Review), 18 November, 2006, pp.1-2
  • Jeffries, Stuart, ‘In the darkest hour there may be Light’, The Guardian (G2), 14 November, 2006 pp.4-11
  • Vogel, Carol, ‘Swimming with famous dead sharks’, The New York Times, 1 October 2006
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘Help the Lazy’, Modern Painters, September 2006, pp.30-33
  • Teodorczuk, Tom, ‘Hirst near the bone again…’, Evening Standard, 8 September, 2006, p.24
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Hirst passes judgment on top artists of tomorrow’, The Guardian, 2 September 2006, p.5
  • Sandler, Linda, ‘Damien Hirst Picks Video, Digital Picture as Best Student Art’, Bloomberg.com, 1 September 2006
  • Ruiz, Cristin, ‘Damien Hirst in talks to replace rotting shark’, The Art Newspaper, July - August 2006, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst’, Paper, August 2006, pp.28-55
  • Field, Marcus, ‘Concrete jumble’, The Independent on Sunday, 20 August 2006, p.12
  • Taylor, Rebecca, ‘Serpentine interview marathon’, Time Out, 2-9 August 2006, pp.12-13
  • Adams, Guy, ‘Hirst in legal battle against ‘Spoof’ site that uses his name’, Independent.co.uk, 9 August 2006
  • Hubbard, Sue, ‘Monomania’, The Independent, 7 August 2006, p.12
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Please do not feed the artists’, The Independent, 6 August 2006, pp.4-5
  • Bernard, Kate, ‘Shore leave’, The Observer Magazine, 6 August 2006, pp.14-17
  • Cooke, Rachel, ‘P-p-p-pick up the floorplan and weep – then look for yourself’, The Observer, 6 August 2006, p.9
  • Pearson, Rebecca, ‘Not a good surprise’, The Independent on Sunday, 6 August 2006, p.3
  • Coomer, Martin, ‘Dark matter’, Time Out, 26 July - 2 August 2006, p.34
  • Hackworth, Nick, ‘Gut feeling in the gallery’, Evening Standard, 2 August 2006, p.36
  • Güner, Fisen, ‘Art review – surprise surprise’, Metro, 2 August 2006, p.24
  • Falconer, Morgan, ‘Never a Hirst. Is it?’, The Times, 1 August 2006
  • Conti, Samantha, ‘Café de l’Artiste’, Wmagazine, July 2006, pp.80-87
  • Teodorczuk, Tom, ‘The pig and the penguin: ICA trots out genius of youth’, Evening Standard, 31 July 2006, p.23
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Beyond formaldehyde’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 30 July 2006, pp.26-27
  • Herbert, Martin, ‘Francis Bacon, Damien Hirst’, Time Out, 12-19 July 2006, p.44
  • Wullschlager, Jakie, ‘Mortal concerns against a dark background’, Financial Times, 14 July 2006, p.11
  • Crompton, Sarah, ‘Long live mortality’, The Daily Telegraph, 11 July 2006, p.23
  • Davis, Serena, ‘The art of darkness cast its spell’, The Daily Telegraph, 11 July 2006, p.23
  • Guner, Fisun, ‘Dark Matter’, Metro, 11 July 2006, p.28
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Bacon homage shark, brutal and blatant’, Theaustralian.news.com.au, 6 July 2006
  • Teeman, Tim, ‘Hirst reveals new shock: ‘I depict a crucifixion’’, The Times, 1 July 2006, p.15
  • Cappellazzo, Amy, ‘The art of life and death’, Christie’s Magazine, May-June 2006, p.48-49
  • Un-authored, ‘In the frame’, The Art Newspaper, June 2006, p.2
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Humanity in all its agony and emptiness’, Financial Times, 30 June 2006, p.12
  • Ruiz, Cristina and Gareth Harris, ‘Damien Hirst in talks to replace rotting shark’, Theartnewspaper.com, 27 June 2006
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Follow the smart money’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 25 June 2006, p.24
  • Cooke, Rachel, ‘Hirst raises the baa on conceptual art. Surely it’s a fluke…’,The Observer, 25 June 2006, p.9
  • Gill, Charlotte, ‘A dead sheep sits on a toilet with a hypodermic needle stuck in its leg. Has Damien Hirst gone too far this time?’, Daily Mail, 22 June 2006, p.27
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Damien Hirst and the art of being very, very rich’, The Guardian, 20 June 2006, pp.6-11
  • Milner, Catherine, ‘Brit art’s country seat’, The Times (Magazine), 17 June 2006, pp.20-25
  • Ruiz, Cristina, ‘White Cube sells Hirst spot painting at 50% discount’, The Art Newspaper, No.169, May 2006, p.49
  • Un-authored, ‘Gambling fuels rise of British millionaires’, The Art Newspaper, No.169, May 2006, p.58
  • Gordon, Margery, ‘The art commissioner’, Art and Auction, May 2006, pp.85-88
  • Un-authored, ‘Eyewitness’, The Guardian, 24 May 2006, pp.18-19
  • Martin, Nicole, ‘Hirst’s pregnant woman steps up for RA show’, The Daily Telegraph, 23 May 2006, p.7
  • Hirst, Damien, ‘No news today’, The Independent (Red Edition), 16 May 2006, cover
  • O’Hagan, Sean, ‘Hirst’s diamond creation is art’s costliest work ever/Hirst makes a £10m skull of diamonds’, The Observer, 21 May 2006, pp.1 and 14
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Hard-working but heartless A to Z of art’, The Independent on Sunday, 7 May 2006, p.15
  • Harris, Gareth, ‘New life for Palazzo Grassi’, The Art Newspaper, No.168, April 2006, p.24
  • Carillo de Albornoz, Cristina, ‘Damien Hirst conquers Mexico’, The Art Newspaper, No.168, April 2006, pp.38-39
  • Pyke, Steve, ‘Hirst’s art of the deal’, The Sunday Times, 23 April 2006, p.56
  • Robertson, Hilary, ‘Pied à mer’, The Times (Magazine), 8 April 2006, pp.32-37
  • Marre, Oliver, ‘For, lo, there’s a star in the East – called Damien’, The Observer, 2 April 2006, p.38
  • Harris, Lucian, ‘Korean collector to open second contemporary art gallery’, The Art Newspaper, No.167, March 2006, p.28
  • Coxhead, Gabriel, ‘Crossing the line’, Financial Times (Magazine), 25-26 March 2006, pp.50-53
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Hirst earns £2m for second shark’, The Sunday Times, 19 March 2006, p.11
  • Kempers, Paul, ‘Kunst is geen maïzena’, Vrij Nederland, No.10, 11 March 2006, pp.68-73
  • Manchester, Clare, ‘Access Hollywood’, Whitewall, No.1, Spring 2006, pp.122-123
  • O’Hagen, Sean, ‘Damien of the dead’, The Observer (Magazine), 19 February 2006, cover and pp.14-21
  • Un-authored, ‘Belgian town bans ‘Saddam shark’’, News.bbc.co.uk, 7 February 2006
  • Turner, Elisa, ‘Exploring opposites’, Miamiherald.com, 5 February 2006
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst’, The Art Newspaper, January 2006, p.2
  • Un-authored, ‘Happening prints’, Thestar.com, 15 January 2006
  • Un-authored, ‘Armleder makes his mark’, The Art Newspaper, December 2005, p.11
  • Wright, Karen, ‘The year BritArt died’, The Independent (Review), 16 December 2005, pp.1-4
  • Un-authored, ‘Celebrity art auction for NI charity’, News.bbc.co.uk, 13 December 2005
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst 40 and immortal: the power 100’, Art Review, November 2005, cover and pp.72-104
  • Pitman, Joanna, ‘When the hippy met the yuppie’, The Observer, 22 November 2005, pp.21-23
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien may build a chapel at manor’, Gloucestershire Echo, 21 November 2005, p.5
  • O’Keefe, Alice, ‘Cutting-edge young artists put the knife into Damien’, The Observer, 13 November 2005, p.6
  • Lewis, Jason, ‘Labour pays £175,000 for a Damien Hirst only the EU will see’, Mail on Sunday, 6 November 2005, p.50
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Artists party at the top of the Swiss Re pickle’, The Art Newspaper, October 2005, p.37
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Damien Hirst reigns supreme in art world’, The Guardian, 31 October 2005, p.7
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘Hirst tops art world’s power list’, Financial Times (Weekend), 29-30 October 2005, p.1
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Meet art’s most powerful man’, Financial Times (Weekend), 29-30 October 2005, pp.1-2
  • Tuckman, Jo, ‘Eyewitness 23.10.05 Damien Hirst, Mexico’, The Guardian, 23 October 2005, p.18
  • Pitman, Joanna, ‘Damien Hirst on a spin painting’, The Times (Magazine), 22 October 2005, pp.6-7
  • Nylind, Linda, ‘The collectors’, The Guardian, 21 October 2005, pp.6-15
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘The morbid child’, The Independent on Sunday, 16 October 2005, pp.4-6
  • Un-authored, ‘The big beast Larry Gagosian’, The Independent on Sunday, 16 October 2005, p.17
  • Smith, David, ‘You’ve got yourself into a bit of a pickle, Damien’, The Observer, 4 September 2005, p.11
  • Dovkants, Keith and Luke Leitch, ‘Damien, his money man and a £3 million haunted house’, Evening Standard, 2 September 2005, pp.16-17
  • Sandler, Linda, ‘U.K. Art dealers, auctioneers, gird for new royalty battle’ Bloomberg.com, 1 September 2005
  • De Bruxelles, Simon, ‘Hirst pays £3 million for a chance to build work of a lifetime’, The Times, 1 September 2005, p.27
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘Damien’s £3 million manor’, Evening Standard, 31 August 2005, p.19
  • Un-authored, ‘Saatchi starts Britart sell-off’, The Sunday Times, 28 August 2005, p.10
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘Artists to sue over loss of works in fire’, Financial Times, 24 August 2005, p.4
  • Un-authored, ‘Momart faces lawsuits over works of art blaze ‘disaster’’, Evening Standard, 23 August 2005, p.26
  • Un-authored, ‘‘Strong’ art for sale in show’, Rye & Battle Observer, 5 August 2005, p.79
  • Hume, Mick, ‘Before irony began’, The Times, 3 August 2005, p.16
  • Appleyard, Bryan, ‘Going out in a blaze of glory’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 24 July 2005, pp.6-7
  • Heslett, Charles, ‘City artists are given their chance to shine’, Yorkshire Evening Post, 11 July 2005, p.15
  • Bellini, Andrea, ‘Damien Hirst: much ado about nothing’, Flash Art, May-June 2005, pp.132-133
  • Mac Adam, Alfred, ‘Damien Hirst: Gagosian’, ARTNews, June 2005, p.117
  • Un-authored, ‘In the air’, Art & Auction, June 2005, p.25
  • Wright, Karen, ‘Karen Wright feels the artworld’s temperature rising’, Modern Painters, May 2005
  • Devine Thomas, Kelly, ‘Damien Hirst Gets (Photo) realistic’, ARTNews, May 2005, pp.132-133
  • Bumpus, Judith, ‘The bad boys of British art’, The Art Newspaper, No.158, May 2005, p.43
  • Saltz, Jerry, ‘Damien Hirst: the not-so-elusive truth. the emperor’s new paintings’, Modern Painters, May 2005, pp.28-29
  • Hopkins, Nic and Graham Searjeant, ‘New breed of trader-baron takes over as the big fish of Wall Street’, The Times, 28 May 2005, p.5
  • Un-authored, ‘The power of art at Cromwell Hospital’, The Art Newspaper, No.157, April 2005, p.38
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Absence minded’, ArtReview, Vol.56, April 2005, pp.54-59
  • Bennett, Will, ‘Fair puts prints in the spotlight’, The Telegraph, 18 April 2005, p.18
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Artists to be protected from the ‘cowboys’’, The Independent, 7 April 2005, p.14
  • Kimmelman, Michael, ‘This is your brain on pause’, The New York Times, 3 April 2005
  • Un-authored, ‘South Korea welcomes Hirst’s Charity’, The Art Newspaper, March 2005, p.1
  • Harris, Lucian, ‘The unstoppable Mr Kim’, The Art Newspaper, March 2005, p.45
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Paint it like it is. What Damien did next’, Modern Painters, March 2005, pp.52-58
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst admits to ‘silly’ artworks’, News.bbc.co.uk, 29 March 2005
  • O’Hagan, Andrew, ‘The magic of paint’, Telegraph.co.uk, 21 March 2005
  • Vogel, Carol, ‘Taste for the macabre but no pickled sharks’, The New York Times, 14 March 2005
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Hirst on Hirst out of Hirst’, The Sunday Telegraph, 13 March 2005, p.9
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Imitate gallery’, 6 March 2005, pp.26-29
  • Walden, Celia, ‘Hirst moves up-market’, The Daily Telegraph, 5 March 2005, p.20
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Mistaken identity’, Modern Painters, February 2005, pp.49-50
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Gagosian shows Hirst in London – again’, The Art Newspaper, February 2005, p.33
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Damien Hirst’s institutional ambitions’, The Art Newspaper, February 2005, p.33
  • Farley, Paul, ‘Space is the place’, ArtReview, Vol.56, February 2005, p.54
  • Mcintosh, Jacqui, ‘Contemporary practice: Borland, Hirst, Crewdson’, Contexts, No.2, February 2005, pp.31-36
  • Moon, Iris, ‘Big, expensive orphan comes home to Korea’, The Korea Herald, 24 February 2005
  • Johnson, Ken, ‘Varied phases of Damien Hirst (Sliced-Up Cow Not Included)’, The New York Times, 18 February 2005, p.38
  • Bond, Chris, ‘Wonder boy or just a Britart brat?’, Yorkshire Post, 16 February 2005, p.11
  • Barnes, Anthony, ‘Hirst to open his own gallery on London’s South Bank’, The Independent on Sunday, 6 February 2005, p.5
  • Barker, Godfrey, ‘Is Charles in charge?’, Evening Standard (Magazine), 4 February 2005, pp.21-22
  • Temin, Christine, ‘More than just a modern art joke: Works show why Hirst is a real force – and why not’, The Boston Globe, 2 February 2005, D6
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Contemporary market’, The Daily Telegraph, 31 January 2005, p.16
  • Silver, Joanne, ‘A peek at Hirst’s (dead) body of work’, Boston Herald, 28 January 2005
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘Damien’s disciples’, Evening Standard, 27 January 2005, p.21
  • Stallwood, Oliver, ‘Hirst’s shark heads for US in £7m deal’, Metro, 17 January 2005
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Hirst’s shark is sold to America’, The Sunday Times, 16 January 2005, pp.1-2
  • Smith, David, ‘Hirst shark sold for £7m’, The Observer, 16 January 2005
  • Hankins, Justin, ‘Flogging a dead horse’, The Guardian (Weekend), 15 January 2005, p.49
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘That joke isn’t funny any more’, The Guardian (G2), 11 January 2005
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Art of endurance’, New Statesman, 1 January 2005
  • Aннa Cверryн. ‘Искyccтво Покyпaть ВьІгоДно’, АΡΤXΡΟΗИΚА, No.3, 2004, pp.96-105
  • ‘New Figurative Paintings by Damien Hirst’, Turps Banana Painting Magazine, Issue One, London, 2005
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Pharmacy on the block’, ARTNews, December 2004, p.82
  • Un-authored, ‘I primarily buy art to show it off [Charles Saatchi]’, The Art Newspaper, No.153, December 2004, pp.29-31
  • Schuster, Daniel, ‘Hohe Preise, noch höhere Taxen’, Art Investor, No.4, December 2004, pp.36-40
  • Greenhalf, Jim, ‘Damien is all set to get art lovers in a spin’, Telegraph & Argus, 24 December 2004, p.11
  • La Placa, Joe, ‘Damien agonistes’, Artnet.com, 22 December 2010
  • Robecchi, Michele, ‘Damien Hirst’, Flash Art, No.248, October-November 2004, pp.132-135
  • Bevan, Roger, ‘The triumph of Hirstworld’, The Art Newspaper, No.152, November 2004, p.47
  • Kunitz, Daniel, ‘Power 100’, ArtReview, November 2004, p.873
  • Edwardes, Charlotte, ‘Charles Saatchi: do you want my £200m collection for nothing? Tate Modern boss: Err…no, thanks’, The Sunday Telegraph, 28 November 2004, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst to work on Band Aid single’, Bignewsnetwork.com, 2 November 2004
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst to design sleeve for Band Aid III’, Bbc.co.uk/news, 1 November 2004
  • Koroxenidis, Alexandra, ‘Monument to now’, Flash Art, October 2004, p.121
  • Un-authored, ‘Auction file, Damien Hirst’s Pharmacy’, Art Price, October 2004, pp.118-121
  • Turner, Elisa, ‘José Bechara’, ARTNews, October 2004, pp.194-195
  • Smith, David, ‘Tate loses out to galleries abroad in cash squeeze’, The Observer, 31 October 2004, p.11
  • Kelly, Tom and Anil Dawar, ‘Was there an artful dodge in £11m sale of Hirst’s works?’, Daily Mail, 28 October 2004, p.3
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Artists to donate works to the Tate because gallery cannot afford them’, The Daily Telegraph, 26 October 2004, p.11
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Freud and Hirst bail out cash-strapped Tate’, The Independent, 26 October 2004, p.15
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Tate has to beg for gifts of new work from living artists’, The Times, 26 October 2004, p.3
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Artists rally to Tate’s cause by donating major works’, The Guardian, 26 October 2004, p.9
  • Millard, Rosie and Richard Woods, ‘Damien Hirst: the new Andy Warhol?’, The Sunday Times, 24 October 2004, p.18
  • La Placa, Joe, ‘Art market watch’, Artnet.com, 22 October 2004
  • Un-authored, ‘London (Artprice.com): GBP 11.1 Million for Works by Damien Hirst’, Prnewswire.com, 22 October 2004
  • Kirby, Terry, ‘So is this Hirst original really worth £285,000?’, The Independent, 20 October 2004, pp.12-13
  • Brown, Jonathan and Tim Walker, ‘From pickled sharks to the world of business: the expansion of an artist’s empire’, The Independent, 20 October 2004, pp.12-13
  • Smith, Lewis, ‘Bidders pay £11m for Hirst’s ‘pots and pans’’, The Times, 19 October 2004, p.13
  • Parkinson, Dan, ‘Hirst’s £8m clearout’, Daily Mail, 19 October 2004, p.32
  • Demetriou, Danielle, ‘Prescription charges: Hirst admirers pay £11m for contents of his Pharmacy’, The Independent, 19 October 2004, p.23
  • Bennett, Will, ‘Hirst makes millions in clearance sale of his chemist shop’, The Daily Telegraph, 19 October 2004, p.6
  • Spanier, Samson, ‘The Frieze takes over London’, Nytimes.com, 19 October 2004
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘British art tops the bill’, Art Monthly, September 2004, pp.44-45
  • Shone, Richard, ‘A power to amaze’, Art Price, September 2004, pp.96-99
  • Haden-Guest, Anthony, ‘Pills and thrills’, The Observer (Magazine), 19 September 2004, pp.23-28
  • Bailey, Martin, ‘A “wake-up call” to the storage business’, The Art Newspaper, No.149, July-August 2004, p.4
  • Un-authored, ‘U2 set to drop the bomb in November?’, Xfm.co.uk/news, 23 August 2004
  • Dowell, Ben, ‘It’s art: Woody Allen meets Damien Hirst’, The Sunday Times, 1 August 2004, p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘Quotes of the day’, News.scotsman.com, 27 July 2004
  • Jardine, Cassandra, ‘I knew it was time to clean up my act’, The Daily Telegraph, 26 July 2004, p.13
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Bill for Momart art blaze surges to £60m’, The Independent, 10 July 2004, p.7
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst restaurant contents on sale’, News.bbc.co.uk, 6 July 2004
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst to stage Pharmacy sale’, Telegraph.co.uk, 6 July 2004
  • Gronlund, Melissa, ‘Tate Britain. In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida’, Contemporary, No.63, June 2004, pp.73-74
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Visual arts’, Financial Times, 9 June 2004, p.16
  • Baracaia, Alexa, ‘Shock. Critic lambasts modern works as RA show unveiled’, Evening Standard, 3 June 2004, p.2
  • Fleming, Nic, ‘Art collection worth millions goes up in flames’, The Weekly Telegraph, 2 June 2004, pp.12-13
  • Baldwin, Katie, ‘How Leeds helped my art, by Damien’, Yorkshire Evening Post, 2 June 2004, p.14
  • Bossley, Peter, ‘Some people can’t even tell their art from their elbow’, Sentinel, 30 May 2004, p.11
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Tragedy of the burnt masterworks’, The Sunday Times, 30 May 2004, p.9
  • Lyall, Sarah and Carol Vogel, ‘Pangs of loss to art world after a fire’, The New York Times, 28 May 2004, p.29
  • Un-authored, ‘Should we let sleeping gods lie?’, Evening News (Edinburgh), 28 April 2004, pp.22-23
  • Brown, Jonathan and Genevieve Roberts, ‘Hirst statue survives fire but toll of other artists’ work grows’, The Independent, 28 May 2004, p.13
  • Winterson, Jeanette, ‘Only art’s enemies cheer the Saatchi bonfire’, The Times, 27 May 2004, p.26
  • Malvern, Jack, ‘Brit Art’s finest bear brunt of £20m warehouse fire’, The Times, 27 May 2004, p.10
  • Collins, Ian, ‘Smoke and mirrors’, Eastern Daily Press, 27 May 2004, p.10
  • Price, Brian, ‘The lost treasures’, Western Daily Press, 27 May 2004, p.3
  • Glaister, Dan, ‘Gambling mogul raises the stakes in art market’, The Guardian, 26 May 2004, p.13
  • Un-authored, ‘Artists and collectors ‘devastated’’, Telegraph & Argus, 26 May 2004, p.2
  • Malvern, Jack, ‘Britart’s finest feared lost in fire’, The Times, 26 May 2004, p.1
  • Malvern, Jack, ‘Fire sweeps through Saatchi collection’, The Times, 26 May 2004, p.3
  • Glover, Michael, ‘Oh, what an unholy mess’, The Independent (Arts & Books), 7 May 2004, p.28
  • Harney, Tony, ‘How can this be real art?’,Yorkshire Evening Post, 4 May 2004, p.11
  • Barnes, Anthony, ‘New king of contemporary art opens gallery to rival Saatchi’, The Independent on Sunday, 2 May 2004, p.15
  • Ezard, John, ‘Shock and gore’, The Guardian, 1 May 2004, p.11
  • Bennett, Will, ‘Hirst and Bailey create an unholy alliance’, The Daily Telegraph, 1 May 2004, p.13
  • Clennell, Andrew, ‘Hirst angers church with his latest exhibition’, The Independent, 1 May 2004, p.20
  • Blandford, Don, ‘Triple act’, Essex Chronicle, 29 April 2004, pp.16-17
  • Malpas, Anna, ‘Moscow goes Modern’, The Moscow Times, 16 April 2004
  • Un-authored, ‘Our selection A-Z: London’, The Art Newspaper, No.145, March 2004, p.8
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Sex, death, banana’, Time Out, 10-17 March 2004, p.46
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘School for enfants terribles’, The Sunday Telegraph, 14 March 2004, p.7
  • Un-authored, ‘Letters to the editor’, The Independent, 13 March 2004, p.41
  • Janusczak, Waldemar, ‘The rot of ages’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 7 March 2004, p.8
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘Oh do look, a calf with six legs’, The Observer (Review), 7 March 2004, p.11
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘All about Eve (another raw deal)’, The Independent on Sunday, 7 March 2004, p.8
  • Un-authored, ‘The art of dying’, The Independent (Magazine), 6 March 2004, p.15
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘The Eden project’, Time Out, 25 February – 3 March 2004, pp.10-11
  • Eeles, Miranda, ‘Brit Art’s diplomatic mission to Tehran’, The Times, 24 February 2004, p.14
  • Baker, Kenneth, ‘Manipulation, aggression and shock – revisiting the ‘90s’, San Francisco Chronicle, 12 January 2004
  • Friedman, Robert, ‘We make New Years resolutions for you!’, Bay Area Reporter (San Francisco), 1 January 2004
  • Winn, Steven, ‘Contemporary art collection explodes like a ‘Supernova’’, San Francisco Chronicle, 15 December 2003
  • Picardie, Justine, ‘Devil in Damien Hirst’, Vogue (Japan), November 2003, No.23, pp.336-337
  • Brooke, Simon, ‘Bag a mini masterpiece’, Sunday Express, 9 November 2003, pp.20-21
  • Gleeson, David, ‘Damien Hirst. White Cube’, Flash Art, October 2003, p.120
  • Corris, Michael, ‘Damien Hirst. White Cube’, Art Monthly, October 2003, pp.36-37
  • Picardie, Justine, ‘The devil in Damien Hirst’, Vogue, September 2003, pp.336-341
  • Royse, Julia, ‘Hot art’, Elle, September 2003, p.94
  • Un-authored, ‘It’s a date’, Marie Claire, September 2003, p.230
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Enfant terrible’, The Sunday Times (Magazine), 24 August 2003, pp.20-25
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘The time out interview’, Time Out, 13-20 August 2003, pp.10-12
  • Renton, Andrew, ‘Copycat crime’, Evening Standard, 19 August 2003, p.53
  • Un-authored, ‘Attack of the butterflies’, The Sunday Telegraph, 17 August 2003, p.21
  • Un-authored, ‘Hirst’s mosaic of butterfly wings angers animal welfare groups’, The Independent, 15 August 2003, p.7
  • Gibbons, Fiachra, ‘Art attack: Hirst accused of butterfly sadism’, The Guardian, 15 August 2003, p.9
  • Pook, Sally, ‘Hirst breaks a butterfly’s wing to bring us art’, The Daily Telegraph, 15 August 2003, p.3
  • Albberge, Dalya, ‘Spot the difference as artist accuses Hirst of copying’, The Times, 14 August 2003, p.5
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘Now Hirst is going big on butterflies’, Evening Standard, 14 August 2003, p.9
  • Billen, Andrew, ‘My Life is one cold sweat’, The Times (T2), 22 July 2003, pp.14-15
  • Rozenburg, Gabriel, ‘Hirst wants charity to begin in Hoxton’, The Times, 28 May 2003, p.6
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘Damien Hirst’s next big thing’, Evening Standard, 27 May 2003, p.7
  • Allison, Rebecca, ‘9/11 wicked but a work of art, says Damien Hirst’, The Guardian, 11 September 2002
  • Thummel, Konstanze, ‘Damien Hirst’, Kunstler: kritisches lexikon der Gegenwartskunst, 2001
  • Lucie-Smith, Edward, ‘Faecal attraction’, ArtReview, February 2001, pp.60-61
  • Rimanelli, David, ‘Damien Hirst: Gagosian Gallery, New York’, Artforum, December 2000, p.139
  • Sales, Nancy Jo, ‘Damien Hirst’s lost weekend’, Vanity Fair, December 2000, pp.200-210
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Horror at home (1995) by Damien Hirst’, The Sunday Telegraph Magazine, 31 December 2000, p.58
  • Dannatt, Adrian, ‘Hirst da morire’, Vernissage, November 2000, pp.8-9
  • Sales, Nancy Jo, ‘Bad boy back in the big apple’, The Times, 6 November 2000
  • Schjeldahl, Peter, ‘British flash’, The New Yorker, 6 November 2000, p.104
  • Dannatt, Adrian, ‘We all feel like a died-out cigarette at times’, The Art Newspaper, October 2000, No.107, pp.36-37
  • Goetz, Joachim, ‘Kunst-rezept’, Madame, October 2000, pp.102-104
  • Griffin, Tim, ‘Bring out the dead’, Time Out, 12-19 October 2000, p.57
  • Saltz, Jerry, ‘The pursuit of happiness’, Village Voice, 17 October 2000, p.69
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Artists’ colony’, The Telegraph (Magazine), 13 October 2001, pp.40-41
  • Glass, Nicholas and Cole Moreton, ‘An artist? I’m a brand name, says Hirst’, The Independent on Sunday, 1 October 2000, p.11
  • Burn, Gordon, ‘Being Damien Hirst’, Hot Air, July-September 2000, pp.65-68
  • Walsh, John, ‘There is nothing like a Damien’, The Independent (Monday Review), 11 September 2000, p.25
  • Blimes, Alex, ‘Q&A: Damien Hirst’, GQ, May 2000
  • Henriksen, Asle R, ‘Through life and death with Mr Hirst’, Artitude, May 2000, pp.22-23
  • Smith, Andrew, ‘Three lions’, The Observer, 21 May 2000, pp.19-25
  • Dyer, Clare, ‘Hirst pays up for Hymn that wasn’t his’, The Guardian, 19 May 2000
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Hirst breaks mould with £1m bronze’, The Sunday Times, 26 March 2000, p.3
  • Saatchi, Kay, ‘Art attack’, Tatler, February 2000, Vol.295, pp.64-65
  • Thibaut, Matthias, ‘Ironische schocker’, Handelsblatt, 18 February 2000
  • Gumbel, Andrew and Clare Garner, ‘Hirst exhibition sick stuff’ says Mayor Giuliani’, The Independent, 24 September 1999, p.4
  • Broughton, Philip Delves, ‘British art show is sick, says New York mayor’, The Daily Telegraph, 24 September 1999, p.13
  • Un-authored, ‘Giuliani stops cash for British art show’, The Times, 23 September 1999
  • Tomkins, Calvin, ‘After shock’, The New Yorker, 20 September 1999, pp.84-93
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘No one is shocked by Britart abroad’, The Daily Telegraph, 2 June 1999
  • Leith, William, ‘Avoiding the sharks’, The Observer (Life), 14 February 1999, pp.12-16
  • Yates, Robert, ‘Cash for questions’, Q, November 1998, No.146, pp.14-18
  • Albanese, Josephine, ‘Damien’s dots’, Chicago Social, November 1998, pp.202-203
  • de Lisle, Rosanna, ‘Very young British artists’, The Independent on Sunday, 5 April 1998
  • Aspen, Peter, ‘Damien’s domain’, Financial Times, 5 September 1998
  • Restany, Pierre, ‘Back into the Pop Era’, Domus, No.806, July- August 1998, pp.44-50
  • Sampson, Kevin, ‘Fat of the land’, The Guardian (Weekend), 6 June 1998
  • Boldt, Klaus, ‘Jay Jopling and Damien Hirst: the handsome and the beast’, Econy, January 1998, pp.170-177
  • Williams, Polly, ‘Ad man versus artist’, Punch, No.46, 17-39 January 1998, pp.30-33
  • Edgar, Ray, ‘I want to spend....’, World Art, No.17, 1997, pp.72-73
  • Corris, Michael, ‘Pop star divided’, Art & Text, No.58, 1997, pp.65-71
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘I mean to say’, Modern Painters, Autumn 1997, pp.56-59
  • Furnish, David, ‘Damien Hirst’, Interview, September 1997, pp.150-157
  • Un-authored, ‘Artist’s project’, Max, September 1997
  • Un-authored, ‘Pop Art: revolution for your breakfast’, Dazed and Confused, September 1997, No.34, pp.38-49
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Hirst among equals’, Time Out, 10-17 September 1997, pp.16-19
  • Beard, Steve, ‘Nobody’s fool’, The Big Issue, 1-7 September 1997, No.248, pp.12-15
  • Cocker, Jarvis and Damien Hirst, ‘Wenn der Ruhm kommt...’, Vogue (Germany), May 1997, pp.212-217
  • Un-authored, ‘London swings again’, Vanity Fair, March 1997
  • Hirst, Damien ‘Pigs Might Fly...’, Harper’s Baazar, No.3421, December 1996
  • Burn, Gordon, ‘Hirst world’, The Guardian (Weekend), 31 August 1996, pp.10-15
  • Bowie, David and Damien Hirst, ‘Death, passion and contradiction, by Bowie and Hirst’, The Independent, 15 June 1996
  • Bonami, Francesco, ‘Damien Hirst: the exploding view of the Artist’, Flash Art, Summer 1996, pp.112-116
  • Bowie, David and Damien Hirst, ‘(s) Now’, Modern Painters, Summer 1996, pp.36-39
  • Fallon, James, ‘Wild man at art’, W, May 1996, pp.60 and 62
  • Arning, Bill, ‘Where there’s smokes…’, Time Out (New York), 15-22 May 1996, p.13
  • Schjeldahl, Peter, ‘He loves you’, Village Voice, 21 May 1996, p.65
  • Haden- Guest, Anthony, ‘This little piggy went to Soho’, The New Yorker, 20 May 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘London calling’, New York, 13 May 1996, p.47
  • Kimmelman, Michael, ‘Cows, pigs, cigarettes: all dead’, The New York Times, 10 May 1996, C21
  • Garnett, Robert, ‘Beyond the Hype’, Art Monthly, April 1996, pp.43-44
  • Sladen, Mark, ‘Spellbound: art and film’, Art Monthly, April 1996, pp.25-27
  • Sawyer, Miranda, ‘Men behaving badly’, Elle, March 1996, pp.89-90
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Beyond the silver screen’, The Times, 5 March 1996
  • Wallenstein, Sven-Olov, ‘Damien Hirst: White Cube’, Material, No.26, 1995
  • Tomkins, Calvin, ‘London calling’, The New Yorker, 11 December 1995
  • Glancey, Jonathan, ‘Death becomes him’, The Independent Weekend, 9 December 1995
  • Farson, Daniel, ‘Damien Hirst in the flesh’, The Daily Telegraph, 29 November 1995
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Hirst milks role as modern art’s outrageous hero’, The Independent, 29 November 1995
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘Some British Moderns seeking to shock’, The New York Times, 23 November 1995, C11 and C14
  • Lyall, Sarah, ‘Is it art, or just dead meat?’, The New York Times, 12 November 1995
  • Beckett, David, ‘A strange case’, The Independent on Sunday, 12 November 1995, pp.22-24
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Beauty amid the beasts’, The Daily Telegraph, 8 November 1995
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Hirst commands two fronts’, The Times, 7 November 1995, p.40
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘The thirst for Hirst’, The Independent, 1 November 1995, pp.2-3
  • Kino, Carol, ‘Not one drop of British reserve’, The New York Times, 22 October 1995, pp.45-46
  • Batchelor, David, ‘Damien Hirst: White Cube’, Artforum, September 1995, pp.101-02
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘Hype & glory’, Vanity Fair, September 1995, p.64
  • Hirst, Damien, ‘One plus one equals three’, Esquire, Vol.5, No.7, September 1995
  • Barrett, David, ‘Damien Hirst: White Cube’, Art Monthly, No.188, July-August 1995, pp.37-38
  • Draper, Chris, ‘In conversation with Damien Hirst’, The Idler, July-August 1995, pp.12-15 and 17
  • Shelley, Jill, ‘Pop art’, The Guardian (Weekend), 12 August 1995, pp.12-16
  • Saltz, Jerry, ‘More life: the work of Damien Hirst’, Art in America, June 1995, pp.83-87
  • Lee, David, ‘In profile: Damien Hirst’, ArtReview, June 1995, pp.6-10
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘The British art buzz’, Vogue, June 1995, pp.118-123
  • Haden-Guest, Anthony, ‘In your face and off the wall’, The Sunday Times (Magazine), 18 June 1995, pp.34-42
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘White Cube’ Damien Hirst’, Time Out, 31 May-7 June 1995
  • Yood, James, ‘Some went mad, some ran away...’, Artforum, May 1995
  • Chalmers, Robert, ‘Dissecting Damien’, The Observer (Life), 28 May 1995, pp.12-14 and 16
  • Dougary, Ginny, ‘Knight of living dead’, The Times (Magazine), 20 May 1995
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Hirst among equals’, The Times, 10 May 1995
  • Currah, Mark, ‘Deeper ‘Freeze’, Time Out, 26 April - 3 May 1995
  • Hirst, Damien ‘Murder Most Foul’, The Guardian, 3 March 1995
  • Un-authored, ‘What goes up must come down’, Parkett, No.40-41, 1994
  • Burn, Gordon, ‘Damien Hirst’, Parkett, No.40-41, pp.59-69
  • Groys, Boris, ‘Decadent geometry’, Parkett, No.40-41, pp.74-75
  • Leedham, Rob, ‘Perpetuating the Myth of the artists as a rock and roll star’, Dazed and Confused, No.8, 1994, pp.63-64
  • Un-authored, ‘Agitate’, TATE the art magazine, No.4, Winter 1994, pp.17-18
  • Hirst, Damien ‘Art Attack’, The Guardian, 18 November 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Interview with Damien Hirst’, Flash Art, No.178, October 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst’s next surprise’, The Economist, 29 October 1994
  • Stewart, Dave and Damien Hirst, ‘How we met’, The Independent on Sunday, 9 October 1994, p.80
  • Un-authored, ‘Baaad behaviour’, Art Monthly, No.179, September 1994, p.28
  • Pilkington, Edward, ‘Life, death and the meaning of a two-tone sheep dip’, The Guardian, 19 August 1994
  • Cone, Michael, ‘An interview with Damien Hirst’, Atlantica International, July 1994, pp.141-143
  • Seymour, Richard, ‘The mark of the beast’, Blueprint, June 1994
  • Self, Will, ‘The steady iron-hard jet’, Modern Painters, Vol.7, No.2, Summer 1994
  • Wilson, Andrew, ‘Art gets in your face’, Tate Gallery Magazine, No.2, Spring 1994
  • White, Leslie, ‘Bugging the art world’, The Sunday Times (Magazine), 20 February 1994
  • Chapman, Christopher, ‘Doing drugs with Damien Hirst’, World Art, November 1993
  • Rugoff, Ralph, ‘Damien Hirst: regen projects’, Artforum, October 1993
  • Gopnik, Adam, ‘Death in Venice’, The New Yorker, 2 August 1993
  • Urban, Hope, ‘Happy, happy, death, death’, Los Angeles Reader, No.39, 9 July 1993
  • Patton, Phil, ‘He wouldn’t hurt a fly’, Esquire, June 1993
  • Dannatt, Adrian, ‘Damien Hirst’, Flash Art, Vol.26, No.169, March-April 1993
  • Dunlop, Ian, ‘Long live the new!’, The Spectator, 24 April 1993
  • G Edelman, Robert, ‘Damien Hirst: Galerie Cohen’, Art Press, No.178, March 1993
  • Levin, Kim, ‘Heal thyself’, Village Voice, 19 January 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Insert: Damien Hirst’, Parkett, No.32, 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Twelve Britsh Artists’, Frieze, No.7, November-December 1992
  • Lewis, Jim, ‘Citizen Hirst’, Harper’s Bazaar, No.3372, December 1992
  • Phillips, Christopher, ‘Damien Hirst at the Chiat Residence’, Art in America, December 1992
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘Damien Hirst’, The New York Times, 18 December 1992
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘Art in Review’, The New York Times, 16 October 1992
  • Rugoff, Ralph, ‘Dark art’, Vogue, September 1992
  • Hill, Peter, ‘In & Out of Love’, Art & Text, No.43, September 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Art’, The New Yorker, 21 September 1992
  • Eshun, Ekow, ‘Art attack’, The Face, No.46, July 1992
  • Hunt, Ian, ‘Cheeky romantic with a big dead fish’, The Guardian, 30 July 1992
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Indefence of the young art’, The Guardian, 21 July 1992
  • Burn, Gordon, ‘Damien and death’, Modern Painters, Summer 1992
  • Troncy, Eric, ‘London calling’, Flash Art, Summer 1992
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Tanks for the memories’, The Times, 3 April 1992
  • Graham - Dixon, Andrew, ‘One strange fish’, Vogue, No.3, March 1992
  • Shone, Richard, ‘Damien Hirst: ICA’, The Burlington Magazine, March 1992
  • Allthrope-Guyton, Marjorie, ‘Cry wolf’, Artscribe, February-March 1992
  • Lillington, David, ‘Fishy business’, Time Out, 18-25 March 1992
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘Art reviews’, City Limits, 12-19 March 1992
  • Craddock, Sacha, ‘Schools of small fish in Saatchi pond’, The Guardian, 13 March 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Diary: Damien Hirst’, Private Eye, No.841, 11 March 1992
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Disturbing symbols of death’, The Daily Telegraph, 11 March 1992
  • Packer, William, ‘From dreams to dead fish’, Financial Times, 10 March 1992
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘Damien Hirst’, Modern Painters, No.1, Vol.5, Spring 1992
  • Allthorpe - Guyton, Marjorie, ‘Cry wolf’, Artscribe, February 1992
  • Francis, Mary Anne, ‘Damien Hirst’, Art Monthly, February 1992
  • Beaumont, Mary Rose, ‘Damien Hirst’, Galeries, No.46, December 1991 - January 1992
  • Corris, Michael, ‘Damien Hirst’, Artforum, January 1992
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Death defying’, Time Out, January 1992
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘Damien Hirst: this is your life’, City Limits, 2-9 January 1992
  • Santacatterina, Stella, ‘Damien Hirst’, Tema Celeste, No.32-33, Autumn 1991
  • Francis, Mary Anne, ‘Louder than words’, Art Monthly, No.148, July-August 1991
  • Bernard, Bruce, ‘Salvage from the wreck’, The Independent Magazine, 3 August 1991
  • Hall, James, ‘Pure Gold(smith’s)’, The New Statesman, 2 August 1991
  • Whiteread, Rachel, ‘My choice’, The Telegraph, 27 July 1991
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Damien Hirst’, Time Out, 10-17 July 1991
  • Craddock, Sacha, ‘Dead or alive’, The Guardian, 16 July 1991
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Hatching a scheme’, The Independent, 16 July 1991
  • Hall, Charles, ‘Damien Hirst’, Art Review, 12 July 1991
  • Hirst, Damien ‘The Cabinet reshuffled’, The Independent, 2 July 1991
  • Morgan, Stuart, ‘Life and death’, Frieze, Summer 1991
  • Gillick, Liam, ‘It’s a maggot farm’, Artscribe International, No.84, November-December 1990
  • Morgan, Stuart, ‘Gambler’, Art Monthly, September 1990
  • Craddock, Sacha, ‘Dropping like flies for art’s sake’, The Guardian, 1 August 1990
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Gambler’, Time Out, July 1990
  • Renton, Andrew, ‘Art’, Blitz, Summer 1990
  • Renton, Andrew, ‘Modern Medicine’, Flash Art, Summer 1990
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Modern Medicine’, Time Out, 25 April 1990
  • Stock, John, ‘Visual Provocation’, The Times, 20 March 1990

Unpublished Writings

  • Fuchs, Rudi, ‘Local sensation: Foreign Charm’, William & Mary (Lecture) (Cambridge), 26 March 1998