You will be pushed to find anything more stranger and slightly disturbing than the Chapman brothers work. I saw some of their work at the Sensation exhibition and as disturbing as some were you couldn't help but be drawn to them and admire the skill behind them. This is one of the tamer pieces

Chapman Brothers: Bad Art

Strange and disturbing — the Chapman brothers work. I saw some of their work at the Sensation exhibition and as disturbing as some were you couldn't help but be drawn to them and admire the skill behind them. This is one of the tamer pieces

Juxtapoz Magazine - Juxtapoz in Hong Kong: Jake & Dinos Chapman "The Sum of All Evil" @ White Cube Gallery

Best of 2013: Jake & Dinos Chapman "The Sum of All Evil" @ White Cube Gallery

Hong Kong: Jake & Dinos Chapman "The Sum of All Evil" @ White Cube Gallery. The Chapmans make work that examines cultural and historical stereotypes, using acerbic and surreal humour to question the status quo of hegemonic iconographies.

depictions of hell by jake and dinos chapman at the hermitage | designboom

depictions of hell by jake and dinos chapman at the hermitage

Jake and Dinos Chapman's epic depictons of Hell. It's like Paradise Lost if Milton wrote it after

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Chapman Brothers, The Milk of Human Weakness II, of the artist and Frieze Art Fair

Chapman Brothers

Openings: Jake & Dinos Chapman – “The Sum Of All Evil” @ White Cube (Hong Kong) « Arrested Motion

The Chapman Family Collection - Jake and Dinos Chapman - 2002

The Chapman Family Collection - Jake and Dinos Chapman - 2002

The Chapman Brothers - artistic partnership.

Jake & Dinos Chapman The Chapman Family Collection 2002 wood and paint Dimensions Variable

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Tabish’s Top 5 Art exhibitions to view this week .

The brothers' Goya-based sculpture.

Jake and Dinos Chapman review – a hilarious, horrifying orgy of darkness

From copulating plastic dinosaurs to crucified Ronald McDonalds and the severed feet of God, the arch-provocateurs’ teeming macabre landscapes offer a powerful vision of modern brutality, writes Jonathan Jones

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