Welcome to hell

Hubbard, Sue
January 2007
New Statesman;1/15/2007, Vol. 136 Issue 4827, p40
The author discusses the artwork of brothers Jake and Dinos Chapman, who specialize in shock tactics. She questions whether their art reveals or criticizes anything or is simply meant to shock and disgust people. She analyzes the brothers' comparison of their art to Francisco Goya's "Disasters of War." The author concludes the Chapman brothers' art is cynical and devoid of morals.


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