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  • Damien Hirst Art Is Leaking Poisonous Gas

    Damien Hirst Art Is Leaking Poisonous Gas

    In the early 1990s artist Damien Hirst became famous for a series of works featuring dead animals swimming in tanks of formaldehyde. Now a group of chemists claim they have found troubling levels of formaldehyde gas — a known carcinogen — around these publicly displayed artworks.