Damien Hirsts "rotting Shark" in the book The Physical Impossibility for Death in the Brain of Someone is perhaps the best-known example.
Living was bought for over $10 million in the early 2000s, despite its obvious decline.
Tate wrote a paper stating that in 2003, the formaldehyde treatment for The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of a Living Person was
The case was opaque that the animal inside was not visible. It was therefore not surprising that the dealer Larry Gagosian announced that the replacement was
The shark's image of the shark should be viewed in the same way as replacing a damaged neon tube in an installation by Dan Flavin." Damien Hirst's studio is now
Offer to swap out any animal that is older than 10 years.
If you're uncertain about the materials used in an artwork that you're thinking of purchasing, it's recommended to seek out a second opinion from an expert.
Do not mix an original work of art with an "handpainted Gicle".