Damien Hirst Tate Show Accused of Unsafe Formaldehyde Levels in Air

April 21st, 2016

A scientific research team monitoring the Tate Modern’s Damien Hirst show in 2012 has reported that the exhibition had unhealthy levels of formaldehyde leaking into the air.  The readings come out to be ten times the 0.5 parts per million levels set by the EU, a charge that Hirst’s Science LTD. flatly denies.  “At five parts per million your eyes would be streaming and you would be in serious physical discomfort,” a spokesperson says.

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