People walk past the back of British artist Damien Hirst’s 1999-2005 piece “Hymn,” a painted bronze, as St. Paul’s Cathedral can be seen on the other side of the River Thames during a media preview of the first substantial show of his work in the UK at the Tate Modern gallery in London. The exhibition showcases over 70 of Hirst’s works since he first came to public attention in 1988. (Matt Dunham/Associated Press)

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