A major, must-see exhibition of work by Jake and Dinos Chapman, whose provocative and confrontational art continues to astound.
Jake and Dinos Chapman are among the best-known and most significant British artists working today. In The Realm Of The Unmentionable brings together iconic pieces from the last decade with more recent creations, some made specifically for this exhibition.
The Chapman brothers work is concerned with consumer culture, mortality, morality, religion and horror. Their influences are broad, from Francisco Goya (1746-1828) and George Bataille (1897-1962), to Surrealism, philosophy, psychology and the Holocaust. This exceptional body of work involves a vast range of art forms, through which Jake and Dinos Chapman engage with fundamental questions about what it is to be human.
“Best exhibition to date - controversial, brilliant, well worth the visit.” – Gallery visitor
“The ‘bad boys’ who love to tempt the viewer and then smack them” - The Independent
“Behind the comic horror of their art lurks a powerful vision of the modern world’s brutality” – The Guardian
This exhibition has been crowdfunded through the Art Fund’s ‘Art Happens’ project.