New Religion is an exhibition of silkscreen prints and sculptural editions by one of the world’s most significant contemporary artists.
This exhibition explores the complex relationship between mortality and faith, and the fascination with science and technology; themes central to Damien Hirst’s longstanding career as a thought provoking and at times controversial artist.
First exhibited at Paul Stolper Gallery in 2005, New Religion has been the subject of shows in Oslo, Moscow, Venice, Sofia, Woking, Gdansk and at All Hallow's Church in London.
12 November - 19 December 2016 at the State Museum of Arts of Republic of Kazakhstan named after A. Kasteev, Almaty
From 12 to 30 November entrance to the museum is free of charge;
Tciket price from 1 to 19 December: 1 500 tenge.
This project is realised by the British Council in partnership with the Paul Stolper Gallery and the State Museum of Arts of Republic of Kazakhstan named after A. Kasteev.