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JAKE AND DINOS CHAPMAN (B. 1966 & B. 1962)
JAKE AND DINOS CHAPMAN (B. 1966 & B. 1962)
JAKE AND DINOS CHAPMAN (B. 1966 & B. 1962)
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JAKE AND DINOS CHAPMAN (B. 1966 & B. 1962)

Insult to Injury

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JAKE AND DINOS CHAPMAN (B. 1966 & B. 1962)
Insult to Injury
each: signed and dated 'Jake and Dinos Chapman 2003' (on the reverse)
watercolour and pen on Goya's The Disasters of War etching, in eighty parts
each sheet: 11 1/8 x 15in. (28.4 x 38.2cm.)
Executed in 2003
Provenance
White Cube, London.
Yoshii Gallery, New York.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2013.
Literature
J. Chapman and D. Chapman, Insult to Injury, Göttingen 2003 (all parts illustrated in colour, unpaged).
J. Jones, 'Look what we did', in The Guardian, 31 March 2003 (one part illustrated in colour).
C. Turner, ''I'd like to have stepped on Goya's toes, shouted in his ears and punched him in the face': Jake and Dinos Chapman', in Tate Etc., no. 8, Autumn 2006.
J. Chapman and D. Chapman, Flogging a Dead Horse, New York 2011 (illustrated in colour).
Exhibited
Oxford, Modern Art Oxford, Jake and Dinos Chapman: The Rape of Creativity, 2003 (installation views illustrated in colour, unpaged).
London, Tate Britain, Turner Prize, 2003.
Bregenz, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Explaining Christians to Dinosaurs, 2005.
New York, Yoshii Gallery, Jake and Dinos Chapman: Insult to Injury, 2013.
Istanbul, Arter, In the Realm of the Senseless, 2017.
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