Damien Hirst looking for sharks
Damien Hirst looking for sharks is reference to Hirst's most impacting work in which he captured and placed a large tiger shark in formaldehyde (which was later sold for 12 million).
Considering the shark was captured on the exact same coast line, we thought it would be fun to imagine him with his pink snorkeling gear on the hunt for his first milli.
The sculpture debuted at Sculpture by Sea Australia where plenty of bikini babes enjoying the shade offered from his big noggin and little kids attempting to climb through his nostrils.
7 x 7 x 7 m
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