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"THE SUM OF ALL EVIL"

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

The Chapman brother's incredible "The Sum of All Evil." No pictures will ever do the exhibition justice.

Fucking Hell - The Chapman Brothers

If Hitler had been a hippy, how happy would we be. By Dinos & Jake Chapman

depictions of hell by jake and dinos chapman at the hermitage

young british artists jake and dinos chapman have built 'end of fun', a highly elaborate iconoclastic sculpture brought to life with wit and confronting effervescence.

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

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

Jake & Dinos Chapman • The Sum of All Evil

Jake and Dinos Chapman The Sum of all Evil Fibreglass, plastic and mixed media in four vitrines 84 x 50 x 98 in. x x cm) © Jake and Dinos Chapman Photo: Ben Westoby Courtesy White Cube

The terrible crucifixion of Great Deeds Against the Dead is echoed in the field of Ronald McDonalds, a character who is also seen with the company’s other characters displaying more ambiguous allegiance...

Chapman& “The Sum of All Evil”: War, Nazis and Crucified Ronald McDonalds

Matthew Barney

Matthew Barney

Fantastic Contemporary Photography by Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek

Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek, photographer based in Vienna, Berlin, Rotterdam. Specialized in portrait and reportage photography in between art and commerce.

Gallery Mexico Contemporary Art Fair mexico city FIFTY24MX Gallery

Photos from Mexico Contemporary Art Fair (MACO) by FIFTY24MX Gallery

Our sister gallery, in Mexico City had a booth at the 2012 Mexico Contemporary Art Fair (MACO) this past week, and while they were there, captured

Jonathan Jones: Jake and Dinos Chapman are two of the few 21st-century artists who would not look out of place in the National Gallery

Jonathan Jones: The Chapman brothers' Hell is the best art of our age

Jonathan Jones: Jake and Dinos Chapman are two of the few artists who would not look out of place in the National Gallery

Vito Acconci

Presentation on Vito Acconci and El Lissitzky

'City of Words', lithograph by Vito Acconci, 1999 - Vito Acconci - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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