To celebrate the opening of Tramshed, Damien Hirst has created a new sculpture specifically for the restaurant. 'Cock and Bull' (2012). A Hereford cow and cockerel preserved in a steel and glass tank of formaldehyde – is installed 4 metres above diners. The work forms part of the 'Natural History' series, Hirst's seminal collection of preserved animals.
Alongside Hirst's monumental formaldehyde work, the artist has created a painting entitled 'Beef and Chicken' (2012) specifically for the restaurant. Installed at the mezzanine level, the painting depicts the 1990s cartoon characters 'Cow and Chicken' (Cartoon Network).
Our latest edition to the artwork at Tramshed comes in the form of street art from RUN (a wall painter from Italy) and Dscreet (A graffiti artist from Australia who paints owls). Street Art London documents and represents the London street art scene, frequently offering tours of the street art around London.
Visit our very own art gallery below the Tramshed - The Cock 'n' Bull Gallery