Introspastic: from the blackened beyond
Chapman, Jake (2011) Introspastic: from the blackened beyond, London, GB, FUEL / White Cube, 240pp.
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In his third novel, Jake Chapman returns to the parochial world of Chlamydia Love, the contagiously popular heroine from his first issue The Marriage of Reason and Squalor.
Charged by The Someday Times to establish the truth about the rumoured rift between the Chapman brothers, she ventures deep into the hollow heart of the Cotswolds to interrogate the taller one, inadvertently revealing less than she intended.
Illustrated with works from the exhibition Jake or Dinos Chapman, the book explores the value and meaning of art, laying bare the inner turmoil that ensues when an artist is required to make art all by himself...
|Organisations:||Winchester School of Art|
|Date Deposited:||15 Jun 2012 13:16|
|Last Modified:||17 Apr 2017 16:57|
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