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Flogging a Dead Horse: The Life and Works of Jake and Dinos Chapman
Written by Jake Chapman and Dinos Chapman, Edited by Fuel, Contribution by Nick Hackworth and Tim Marlow
About This Book
The definitive monograph, collecting twenty years of work by two iconoclastic and subversive contemporary British artists. Jake and Dinos Chapman’s work has come to define the spirit and impact of a generation of contemporary artists we know as the YBAs. Taking many forms across many mediums, from major installations to miniature sculpture, from etchings and drawings to films and performances, their work together and individually examines contemporary politics and morality with characteristic irreverence and profoundly caustic humor.
About the Author
Jake Chapman was born in 1966, Dinos Chapman in 1962. They have exhibited in solo shows at Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool, and PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York; and in group exhibitions at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, the Museum of Contemporary Art KIASMA in Helsinki, and the Turner Prize Exhibition at Tate Britain.