British artist Damien Hirst poses for photographers at the launch of an exhibition of his work in central London
British artist Damien Hirst poses for photographers at the launch of an exhibition of his work in central London June 1, 2007. Twelve new pieces include 'Death Explained', a tiger shark cut in half, and 'For the Love of God', a diamond encrusted platinum skull priced at 50 million pounds (99 million dollars). REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
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