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Damien Hirst's 'St Avertin Syndrome Charity Spin' is displayed at Sotheby's in London, England. A number of artists have donated pieces of their work to be sold to benefit the Kettle's Yard Development Appeal. Kettle's Yard, originally founded by by Jim Ede who retired from the Tate Gallery in 1936, is based in Cambridge and is looking to build a new education wing, an expanded art library and a project gallery.

( Getty Images / May 19, 2011 )

Damien Hirst's 'St Avertin Syndrome Charity Spin' is displayed at Sotheby's in London, England. A number of artists have donated pieces of their work to be sold to benefit the Kettle's Yard Development Appeal. Kettle's Yard, originally founded by by Jim Ede who retired from the Tate Gallery in 1936, is based in Cambridge and is looking to build a new education wing, an expanded art library and a project gallery.

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