Recent solo projects include ‘In-Between' at South London Gallery, London, England (2015); ‘Flamme Eternelle' at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, France (2014) and ‘Gramsci Monument', a major public installation presented by Dia Art Foundation and located at Forest Houses, a New York City Housing Authority development in the Morrisania neighbourhood of the Bronx, New York, USA (2013). Other notable solo exhibitions include ‘Aftermath', Kunsthalle Bremen, Germany (2015); ‘Touching Reality', Institute Of Modern Art Brisbane, Brisbane, Australia (2013). Hirschorn's works are included in prominent collections internationally, including the Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris; Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland; Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Philidephia Museum of Art, Philidephia; Tate Modern, London, England.
Thomas Hirschhorn asserts his commitment toward a non-exclusive public. Thomas Hirschhorn has received different awards and prizes, among which : 'Preis für Junge Schweizer Kunst' (1999), 'Prix Marcel Duchamp' (2000), 'Rolandpreis für Kunst im öffentlichen Raum' (2003), 'Joseph Beuys-Preis' (2004) and the 'Kurt Schwitters-Preis' (2011).