The Death of God - Towards a Better Understanding of Life Without God Aboard the Ship of Fools, a collection of 28 sculptures and paintings by the internationally renowned artist Damien Hirst.
From February 24th through August 31st 2006
The exhibition deals with several themes common to Hirst's work: mortality, science, faith, love and the surreal. Confrontational and provocative, the work asks the viewer to reflect on their place in a world that has seen extreme spiritual and material devastation.
Hirst (born 1963, UK) has exhibited throughout Europe and North America where he recently showed at the Gagosian Gallery, New York in 2005. He will also show at White Cube, London in the fall of 2006.
Together with Hirst's inaugural exhibition in Mexico City comes the opening of Galeria Hilario Galguera, which brings a unique opportunity to view the artist’s work in Latin America.