Superstition.London: Other Criteria/Gagosian Gallery, 2007 Stock Code: 136847
NotesFirst edition, first impression. This is the book of the eponymous Hirst exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, in February 2007, with essays by the writers John Banville and Richard Bradford, and poetry by Philip Larkin. Hirst titled each work in this exhibition twice: first with an allusion to spirituality and religious iconography, and secondly with a title derived from Philip Larkin's High Windows (1974).
Quarto. Original pictorial paper-covered boards, spine and covers lettered in black, title to front cover in various colours, black endpapers. No jacket issued.
Lavishly illustrated in colour throughout.
Head of spine a little worn with a short closed tear, single glue spot to fore edge. A very good copy.
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