Art on Paper
Our guide to the Young British Artists' books
Damien Hirst , the enfant terrible of British art, is being celebrated with a retrospective at the Tate gallery, running until 9 September. Attention-grabbing installations include his menacing shark suspended in formaldehyde - 'The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living' - and a platinum, diamond encrusted, cast of a human skull, 'For the Love of God'.
Hirst , and his 1980s clan of Young British Artists (YBA), are dually talented, with many turning their hands to prose. We give you the top YBA books to compliment your exhibition wanderings.