Shop till you drop

Other pieces at Tate Liverpool are somewhat less celebratory: from Eugène Atget's images of shop fronts to Claes Oldenburg's 1961 installation Store. The room-sized Pharmacy by Damien Hirst is a reminder of his similarly named bar – one of those crossovers that is blurring the boundaries between art and shopping. ...

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