H10-1 Wu Zetian

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  • Laminated Giclee print on aluminum composite, screen printed with glitter
  • Edition: of 2853
  • Year: 2022
  • Signed and numbered on the label
  • Artwork is in excellent condition

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The print is part of Hirst’s collection H-10 The Empress which is composed of five impressive gliclée prints all of which show intricate patterns made out of red butterflies. Each print in the collection is named after a historical Empress who played an important role in history. This print is named after Suiko, the first recorded Empress of Japan. Suiko rose to power after her brother Sushun was murdered in 592 CE which marked a break with the tradition of having male rulers in Japan. Suiko was notable for implementing the Chinese calendar in Japan and establishing Buddhism in the country.

Butterflies occupy a central role in Hirst’s visual language and appear throughout his artworks, notably in his Mandala paintings and his Kaleidoscope collection. Hirst was in part drawn to butterflies due to their rich cultural heritage and the symbolic role they play in many religions.  For the Greeks, butterflies were used to depict the Psyche and the soul, and in Christianity, butterflies are often used to signify the resurrection.

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Dimensions 39 × 39 in
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