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Damien Hirst’s autobiography will be ‘ironically’ full of spell errors

the metaphysical embodiment of wealth in the minds of those scraping a livingTo the equal delight of the art world and the frustration of most rationale print lovers, the notorious Turner Prize winner proposes to ‘redefine’ what we a perceive to be a ‘well written book’. Changes in font size, incomplete sentences and a cover-face smeared in formaldehyde, are among some of the ‘challenging’ aspects of Hirst’s book, which one publisher described as ‘being beaten around the head with a diamond encrusted skull’.

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Posted: Apr 10th, 2014
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Banksy didn’t draw ‘Naked Lady with Big Bosoms’


A piece of street art thought to have been created by the famous Banksy, was not in fact the work of the cult street artist according to experts from Sotheby’s.

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Posted: Mar 23rd, 2014
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Charles Saatchi stolen by art thieves

Nigella consoling herself by rolling around in chocolatePolice believe Saatchi may have been stolen to order and could already be in the hands of a private collector collector.

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Posted: Mar 25th, 2012
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Emin raises talking complete bollocks to new art form

British Artist Tracey Emin has amazed the contemporary art scene with an entirely new concept in performance art, by talking bollocks with John Humphrys on the BBC Today programme.

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Posted: May 17th, 2011
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Tracey Emin to spend a year in formaldehyde for tax reasons

wanted to call it 'every accountant I've ever slept with, ever'.The world of conceptual art has been set chattering by news that Tracey Emin has agreed to be suspended in formaldehyde for a year on the advice of her accountants. The artist has agreed to take part in the latest installation by Fat Les frontman Damien Hirst entitled ‘Tracey Cayman’. Hirst described it as ‘a sort of conceptual visual protest song higlighting the gross iniquity of the current 50% top rate’.

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Posted: Oct 10th, 2009
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