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Cinchonidine;
Ciclopirox Olamine; Cineole

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Cinchonidine; Ciclopirox Olamine; Cineole

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Critical Review

Damien Hirst’s Cinchonidine; Ciclopirox Olamine; Cineole prints represent his most established genre of work: the spots. The spot paintings have come to be Hirst’s most iconic genre of works. Published in a set of three prints, this series shows three compositions with spots arranged methodically into a perfect circle, each the same shape and size, and depicted in a unique colour.

Stretching as far back as 1986, the spot paintings thematically recur throughout Hirst’s career in a number of artistic mediums and were first displayed at the landmark group show Freeze in London’s Docklands. These prints are markedly different from Hirst’s more famous spot paintings, notably in the use of a limited colour palette of blues and greys in Cinchonidine and in their circular rather than squared compositions.

The origins of these famous works are from 1988, when Hirst in the final stages of his Freeze exhibition painted two arrangements of coloured spots onto the wall of the warehouse, titling them Edge and Row respectively. The Freeze exhibition marked a turning point in Hirst’s career where he rose to fame in London. Hirst founded and curated this exhibition, showcasing the work of his friends and fellow students from Goldsmiths College, as well as his own. Seven years later Hirst won the Turner Prize and is now deemed to be one of the most influential artists of the last 30 years.

The titles of each print in this collection are based on names of chemical compounds, and indicate Hirst’s interest in investigating boundaries between science, aesthetics, medicine and art. The spots are set in equal distance from one another in formulaic compositions. The white clinical backdrop of each print recalls a laboratory and its kit, alluding to the crispness of coats, benches and hospital walls. Moreover, in its depiction of many spots, this print appears like a packet of medical pills.

Why is the Cinchonidine; Ciclopirox Olamine; Cineole collection important?

Cinchonidine; Ciclopirox Olamine; Cineole are representative of a vast body of work in Hirst’s oeuvre, the spot paintings that have become iconic to his name. It was with the spot paintings that Hirst began to employ assistants to complete the painstaking and laborious task of producing these works. This was part of the artist’s aim towards creating works that appear to have been produced mechanically and without human intervention. The apparent lack of human intervention in these works further emphasises the mathematical precision that underlines their compositions. Adding a factory-like approach to his practice, the spot paintings marked a departure from previous experimentation with paint and collage early on in his career.

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