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Idiotidyll 1 2013, Chapman Brothers

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Jake and Dinos Chapman Minderwertigkinder – Wolf child and Mouse child

Fresh from their dual ‘Jake or Dinos Chapman’ exhibition in London’s White Cube galleries, Jake and Dinos Chapman have released a very limited edition run of prints. These are no ordinary prints – mirroring the macabre and super realistic life-size child mannequins seen … Continue reading

Zygotic acceleration, biogenetic, de-sublimated libidinal model, Jake and Dinos Chapman

Ah, the good old Chapman brothers. If you want to offend look no further. Exhibited at Charles Saatchi’s now infamous Sensation show with the catchy title ‘Zygotic acceleration, biogenetic, de-sublimated libidinal model’ was summed up in the exhibition catalogue as: … Continue reading

Bring me the head of – Jake and Dinos Chapman

Rare early Chapman brothers work in a small edition of 15. Paint on fibreglass and resin sculpture with wig. Size: 17.8 x 30.5 x 24.5 cm 1995

Jake and Dinos Chapman – Insult to Injury Wallpaper

This wallpaper was produced by Jake and Dinos Chapman using the motif of their renowned reworkings of Goya’s ‘Los Caprichos’ etchings. The traditional vignet formation found on French wallpapers of the 19th century has on close inspection here been transformed … Continue reading

Beautifully grotesque, the hell and horror of the brothers grim Jake and Dinos Chapman

Emerging from the Saatchi Young British Artists circus Jake and Dino Chapman have carved out a sinister corner of the art world all for themselves.      Take a step with me into their world – it’s filled with horror, mutation, apocalypse, sadism and … Continue reading

Hatstand, table and chair by Allen Jones

I can’t remember the first time I saw these sculptures by Allen Jones, somehow they seem to have formed a blur in my mind with the The Korova Milk Bar scenery in the film A Clockwork Orange. They hail from the … Continue reading

2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow. Crunchy numbers About 3 million people visit the Taj Mahal every … Continue reading