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It is always interesting to observe the works of  artistic giants, and at the Blain Southern Gallery in central London two such figures are on display together. Visual Candy is a group show of works from Damien Hirst and Felix Gonzolez-Torres on until the 30 November. Pictures by Margarida Amorim.

-CuratingTheContemporary 

Felix Gonzalez-Torres, "Unitited", 1992. Candies individually wrapped in variously coloured cellophane, Endless supply, Overall dimensions vary with installation.

Felix Gonzalez-Torres, “Unitited”, 1992. Candies individually wrapped in variously coloured cellophane, Endless supply, Overall dimensions vary with installation.

Damien Hirst, "Super Happy Happy Dappy", 1993. 154.4 x 213.4 cm. & "Happy Fat Dappy Dappy", 1993. 183.5 x 153 x 5.1 cmc

Damien Hirst, “Super Happy Happy Dappy”, 1993. 154.4 x 213.4 cm. & “Happy Fat Dappy Dappy”, 1993. 183.5 x 153 x 5.1 cm.

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Felix Gonzalez-Torres, “Unitited”, 1992. Candies individually wrapped in variously coloured cellophane, Endless supply, Overall dimensions vary with installation. Painting from left to right Damien Hirst, “Hot Fun”, 1993. Oil on canvas. 85 x 61 x 5 cm; “Dippy Dappy Dabby”, 1993. Oil on canvas. 85 x 61 x 5 cm.

Gallery Shot

Picture of the Gallery.

Felix Gonzalez-Torres overlooking Damien Hirst.

Felix Gonzalez-Torres overlooking Damien Hirst.

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