Experience Our Current Miss Bugs x Damien Hirst Exhibition With A 3D Virtual Tour

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Our current exhibition, which debuts new works by artist duo Miss Bugs alongside iconic Damien Hirst editions, has been captured using state of the art 3D technology and can now be experienced as a virtual tour. You can also follow this link for the virtual tour.

Related: Miss Bugs x Damien Hirst - The Butterfly Effect Now Open!

The exhibition has received glowing reviews and due to huge popular demand will be extended for a further two weeks until 22nd July. So if you haven’t already seen the body of work in person now is certainly the time to get down.


'Made Me' - Miss Bugs 

The duo Miss Bugs explained their connection with Damien Hirst, as well as elaborating on the variety of influences that manifest in their work.

 “A lot of our work explores ownership of ideas and Hirst is a master of lifting other people's creations; in the case of the spin painting, for example, it had been done by the likes of Alfons Schilling before. The great thing about Hirst is that he can take something that has already been done, put his own stamp on it and make it iconic.” - Miss Bugs


'The People’s Champ' - Miss Bugs

All the pencil studies by Miss Bugs have now sold, alongside a number of their new original works, which sees hand-cut paper collage and found objects including Lego and surgical scalpels suspended in transparent resin. The highly detailed pieces demand to be experienced up close.

"We like looking at connections in the art world and draw from new and old styles, from Basquiat to Picasso and from Tom Wesselman to Gary Hume. We establish these connections, showing how often artists can sit quite closely in styles while coming from different time periods."



'Love Is All You Need' Damien Hirst

If you are interested in adding any work by Miss Bugs to your collection follow this link to view pieces currently available or this link for Damien Hirst. For any enquiries contact us directly on +44 (0) 20 7240 7909 or email info@rhodescontemporaryart.com

June 27, 2017