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Ronald McDonald as an African Carving

Artsy Editorial
Mar 8, 2013 11:42PM

“This is a work by Jake & Dinos Chapman from the Chapman family collection—a really iconic series of works which is now in the Tate collection. The collection is a series of pseudo-African carvings which, in typical Chapman fashion, subverts the purported content because if you look closely, it actually incorporates the iconography of the McDonalds universe. This is Ronald McDonald as an African carving.”— Nick Hackworth, founder of Paradise Row

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