Hirst SharkAn article on how Brit artist Damien Hirst is replacing his famous formaldehyde-sunk shark with a fresher, less rotten, more real one, the article gives some insight into how the artist is tweaking his old work to keep the owners happy.

An article on how Brit artist Damien Hirst is replacing his famous formaldehyde-sunk shark with a fresher, less rotten, more real one, the article gives some insight into how the artist is tweaking his old work to keep the owners happy:

But Mr. Hirst didn’t. When he learned of Mr. Cohen’s plans to buy the 22-ton work, he volunteered to replace the shark. “I frequently work on things after a collector has them,’’ the artist said. “I recently called a collector who owns a fly painting because I didn’t like the way it looked, so I changed it slightly.’’

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