Jake & Dinos Chapman, ‘Bring me the head of…’, 1994, Phillips

Property Subject to the Artist's Resale Right (see Conditions of Sale for further information)
Property from an Important Private European Collection

Tate Liverpool, Bad Art for Bad People, 15 December 2006 - 4 March 2007, p. 98 (another example illustrated)
Bonn, Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der BRD, Neugierig? Kunst des 21. Jahrhunderts aus privaten Sammlungen, 29 January - 2 May 2010, p. 142 (another example illustrated)

London, Institute of Contemporary Art; Graz, Grazer Kunstverein; Kunst-werke Berlin, Chapmanworld, 15 November 1996 - 31 March 1997, n.p. (another example illustrated)

Francis Briest, Paris
Private Collection (acquired from the above)
Acquired from the above by the present owner

About Jake & Dinos Chapman

Young British Artists Jake and Dinos Chapman create iconoclastic sculptures, prints, and installations that examine contemporary politics, religion, and morality with searing wit. They first gained recognition with their first solo installation, We Are Artists (1992), in which they stenciled an anti-aesthetic manifesto onto a mud-splattered wall at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in London. From their etchings of Goya-esque piles of body parts to naked child mannequins whose facial features are replaced with genitalia, the Chapman brothers explore the poles of beauty and pain, humor and horror, the sublime and perverse, the diabolical and the infantile, in ways that shock and confront viewers with their own voyeurism.

British, 1966 and 1962, London, United Kingdom, based in Filkins, United Kingdom

Solo Shows

Aarhus, Denmark,
The March of the Banal
The Disasters of Everyday Life
Jake & Dinos Chapman, 
6 Rue du Ponte de Lodi,
Back to the end of the beginning of the end again.
Jake & Dinos Chapman, 
Jake & Dinos Chapman, 
Jake & Dinos Chapman, 
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