Damien Hirst Houghton Hall

A series of new paintings by Damien Hirst entitled Colour Space will be displayed in the State Rooms at Houghton Hall for an exciting new exhibition.

Damien Hirst at Houghton Hall will also see a number of the artist’s most celebrated sculptures installed throughout the 18th century house and gardens.

The Colour Space paintings have never been shown in public before and are a development of the iconic Spot Paintings, which are among his most recognised works.

Six sculptures will be installed outdoors in the park and will include some of the artist’s most famous and visually arresting works.

They include the celebrated Virgin Mother (2005–2006), which was shown in the courtyard of the Royal Academy in 2006, and Charity (2002–2003), installed on Hoxton Square in 2003 and outside the Royal West of England Academy of Art in Bristol in 2011.