Golden Art Editions
We are excited to announce #6 in our ‘Golden Art Editions’ series: “Jake & Dinos Chapman, Explaining Christians to Dinosaurs, 2005″.
Our definition of a ‘Golden Art Edition’ is:
- a limited art edition;
- created by a leading established or emerging artist;
- released at least 2 years ago;
- and is in our opinion, miraculously not sold out yet.
We offer these Golden Art Editions, in close cooperation with their publishers, for a limited time of 2 weeks per edition.
Jake & Dinos Chapman, Explaining Christians to Dinosaurs, 2005.
Medium: Etching on rag paper,
Size Paper: 40 x 50 cm - 15¾ x 19¾ in.
Size image: 21 x 30 cm - 8¼ x 11¾ in.
Edition of 60,
Signed and numbered
Golden Art Editions Price:
Price European Union: EXPIRED
Price US: EXPIRED
- This Special Offer is only valid during the period Tuesday 19 November, 4 PM CEST – Tuesday 3 December, 4 PM CEST, 2013.
- All sales is final. No returns.
- Limited quantities available! Limited to 1 per person/household/company.
- Payment by bank transfer, within 5 business days after invoice.
- Location of the artwork: European Union
You can order this Jake & Dinos Chapman limited edition HERE
About: Jake & Dinos Chapman, Explaining Christians to Dinosaurs, 2005. This wonderful limited edition etching was released exclusively for Kunsthaus Bregenz (Austria) in 2005.
Jake Chapman was born in 1966 in Cheltenham, Dinos Chapman in 1962 in London. They live and work in London. They have exhibited extensively, including solo shows Chicken, Pinchuk Art Center, Kiev (2013); The Hermitage, St. Petersburg (2012); Museo Pino Pascali, Polignano a Mare, Italy (2010); Hastings Museum, UK (2009); Kestner Gesellschaft Hannover (2008); Tate Britain, London (2007); Tate Liverpool (2006); Kunsthaus Bregenz (2005); Museum Kunst Palast Düsseldorf (2003); Modern Art Oxford (2003); and PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York (2000). Group exhibitions include the 1st Kiev International Biennale (2012), the 17th Biennale of Sydney (2010); Meadows Museum, Texas (2010); ‘Rude Britannia’, Tate Britain (2010); Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn (2010); Hareng Saur: Ensor and Contemporary Art, S.M.A.K, Ghent (2010), National Center of Contemporary Art, Moscow (2009); Kunstverein Hamburg (2009); British Museum, London (2009); Palais des Beaux Arts de Lille (2008); Haus der Kunst, Munich (2008); ICA, London (2008); ‘Summer Exhibition’, Annenberg Courtyard, Royal Academy of Arts, London (2007); ARS 06, Museum of Contemporary Art KIASMA, Helsinki (2006) and Turner Prize, Tate Britain (2003).