Damien Hirst's platinum and diamond skill will be one of the
highlights of the first UK retrospective show of the British artist.
The piece, For the Love of God, will be displayed in Tate Modern's Turbine
Hall next year as part of the Cultural Olympiad's London 2012 festival.
It will be the first time the platinum skull has been seen in the UK since it
was sold for a reputed £50 million in 2007.
The life-sized platinum skull is encrusted with 8,601 diamonds in what is
considered to be the most expensive artwork ever created, costing £14
million to make.