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Nearly a year ago, a show opened in Venice that took Hirst and his studio, which is called simply "Science," approximately one decade and $65 million to create: "Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable," a mind-altering spectacle that placed 189 objects, some 60 feet tall, across the two palazzos owned by French billionaire François Pinault, a longtime fan of his work who owns quite a lot of it, and has the funds to bankroll his most ambitious fever dreams. The reviews ranged from rapturous to extremely unfavorable, but weighed more heavily toward the unfavorable.
Damien Hirst's Latest Conceptual Feat? Painting the Canvases Himself 
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Damien Hirst's Latest Conceptual Feat? Painting the Canvases Himself 
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Nearly a year ago, a show opened in Venice that took Hirst and his studio, which is called simply "Science," approximately one decade and $65 million to create: "Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable," a mind-altering spectacle that placed 189 objects, some 60 feet tall, across the two palazzos owned by French billionaire François Pinault, a longtime fan of his work who owns quite a lot of it, and has the funds to bankroll his most ambitious fever dreams. The reviews ranged from rapturous to extremely unfavorable, but weighed more heavily toward the unfavorable.
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