I am not a huge fan of Damien Hirst's work, usually consisting of something like a pig, a cow or a shark preserved intact in formaldahydeas well as other shockers. Things like that make me a bit queasy.
I was listening to the BBC PM news and they were talking about a new exhibit at the White Cube Gallery in London entitled "For the Love of God". The centerpiece is a skull from the 1800's. More than 8600 ethnically-sourced diamonds cover the skull, which is encased in platinum. The only original part of the skull which is still showing is its teeth.
I do like this piece, entitled "LSD" a bit more than most of Hirst's others... What do you think about him?