Damien Hirst, a British artist, is taking over London restaurant Bacchanalia by incorporating his alien sculptures into its beautiful design by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio. Check the news Damien Hirst sculptures in Bacchanalia London on Switzerland based Lifestyle Magazine- Kenleaks Magazine.
On December 1, the Bacchanalia restaurant in Mayfair opened its doors, with a large interior area filled with mystical spirit. This is expressed through a diverse range of artworks, including fascinating mosaics, Luna marble sculptures, and hand-painted murals and ceilings depicting updated adaptations of classic masterpieces.
Damien Hirst exhibits five heavenly figures in the main dining area, including winged lions, unicorns, and angels, as well as snake-haired Medusa and the Roman god of agriculture, Bacchus. The pavilion also has 79 2,000-year-old sculptures and three murals by Gary Myatt, as well as separate chambers dedicated to different Greek gods.
Apollo’s Muse will be a brand-new exclusive members club at Bacchanalia. The area, inspired by Rome’s Villa Albani, will have a custom food, customized service, and monthly activities for members to enjoy.
Damien Hirst, a poster child for the Young British Painters who emerged to popularity in late 1980s London, is one of his generation’s most infamous artists. He has pushed the boundaries of fine art and taste with sculptures made of dead animals immersed in formaldehyde, countless spot paintings that seem mass-produced yet may sell for millions of dollars, and the exuberantly tacky For the Love of God (2007), a human skull encrusted with 8,601 diamonds.