Damien Hirst wallpaper

At the last International Fine Art & Antiques Fair at Olympia, antique dealer Christopher Hodsoll had papered the walls of his stand in some of the medical-themed wallpaper Damien Hirst designed for The Pharmacy restaurant in Notting Hill Gate, which closed in 2003 (Sotheby’s sold the contents for £11 million). Christopher Hodsoll has enough of it to paper a large room, and is selling it for £16,000. If you want to see more, Leeds Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition of Damien Hirst’s work until Sept. 2011. They have gathered other pieces from the restaurant, like the neon art that hung on the walls, and the skeletons that greeted diners…

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