LONDON.-The third book in this accessible series presents an overview of the work of the Chapman brothers. The book includes an interview, colour illustrations, notes on each artwork, biography, and suggested further reading.
Contents - The book features 32 carefully selected illustrations of artworks spanning the Chapmans' career, including their disturbing early mannequin pieces, the epic 'Hell' project, their more recent reworkings of Goya's etchings and large bronze sculptures. Also included are less-familiar works, as well as images of early sculptures that have now been destroyed. The interview with the Chapmans focuses on their working methods, their intentions in using such controversial material, and, ultimately, their understanding of the purpose of art itself.
Author: David Barrett
Paperback, 48 pages (32 colour)
Size: 148.5 x 105mm
Design: Graphic Thought Facility
Series Editors: Lucy Head & David Barrett
Publisher: Royal Jelly Factory