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Sugar skulls and sacrifice: Damien Hirst and Mexico’s death culture – in pictures
As part of our week-long takeover, Damien Hirst asks the Mexico City-based curator Hilario Galguera to explain Mexico’s famous preoccupation with death – a subject that informs so much of Hirst’s own work, particularly For the Love of God, a diamond-encrusted skull that clearly draws on the Latin American nation’s tradition of skull-based art

    Sugar skulls and sacrifice: Damien Hirst and Mexico’s death culture – in pictures

    As part of our week-long takeover, Damien Hirst asks the Mexico City-based curator Hilario Galguera to explain Mexico’s famous preoccupation with death – a subject that informs so much of Hirst’s own work, particularly For the Love of God, a diamond-encrusted skull that clearly draws on the Latin American nation’s tradition of skull-based art

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