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Dinos Chapman was born in 1962 in London, United Kingdom.

Jake Chapman was born in 1966 in Cheltenham, United Kingdom.





  • 2016

Kamel Mennour, Paris, France.

“The Nature of Particles”, Magasin 3A, Stockholm, Sweden.


  • 2015

“Living With Dead Art”, LD50 Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Homage To Freud, Eggs and Bacon”,Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

“Ruminations on Cosmic Insignificance”, Brandts Museum, Odense, Denmark.


  • 2014

“Come, Hell or High Water”, David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark.

“In the Realm of the Unmentionable”, Jerwood Gallery, Hastings, United Kingdom.


  • 2013

“Come and See, Serpentine Sackler Gallery”, DHC/ART, Montreal, Canada.

“The Sleep of Reason”, Songeun Artspace Museum, Seoul, South Korea.

“The Sum of all Evil”, White Cube, Hong Kong, China.

“The Blind Leading the Blind”, Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic.

“Exquisite Corpse”, Jerwood Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Chicken”, Pinchuk Art Centre, Kiev, Ukraine.


  • 2012

“The End of Fun”, The Hermitage, Saint Petersburg, Russia.


  • 2011

“Jake or Dinos Chapman”, White Cube, London, United Kingdom.


  • 2010

“In the Realm of the Senseless”, Ars Cameralis, Katowice, Poland.

“Cained and Disabled, the next chapter”, Galerie Daniel Blau, Munich, Germany.

“The Children’s Art Commission”, Whitechapel Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Jake and Dinos Chapman”, Fondazione Museo Pino Pascali, Bari, Italy.

“Die Dada Die“, Cabaret Voltaire, Zürich, Switzerland.

“The Sun Will Shine Brightly On Your Rotting Corpse Whilst Your Bones Glimmer In The Moonligh”, Project B Contemporary Art, Milan, Italy.


  • 2009

“Once Upon A Time”. Hastings Museum & Art Gallery, Hastings, United Kingdom.

“Shitrospective”, Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany.

“My Giant Colouring Book, Touring to The Gallery”, Petersfield, Queens Hall, Hexham and Burton Art Gallery, Bideford, United Kingdom.


  • 2008

“Memento Moronika”, Kestnergesellschaft, Hanover, Germany.

“The Meek Shall Inherit The Earth But NOT The Mineral Rights”, Jesus College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

“Little Death Machines”, L&M Arts, New York, USA.

“My Giant Colouring Book”, Touring to DLI Museum & Durham Art Gallery, Durham, The Gallery at Ormeau Baths, Belfast, United Kingdom; Qube Gallery, Oswestry, United Kingdo; Cambellworks, London, United Kingdom; Pontardawe Art Centre, Pontardawe, United Kingdom; Artsdepot, London, United Kingdom.

“If Hitler Had Been a Hippy How Happy Would We Be”, White Cube Mason’s Yard, London, United Kingdom.


  • 2007

“Your Mind Is A Nightmare That Has Been Eating You: Now Eat Your Mind”, Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia.

“Two Legs Bad, Four Legs Good”, Paradise Row, London, United Kingdom.

“When Humans Walked the Earth”, Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom.


  • 2006

“We Are Artists”, RS & A, London, United Kingdom.

“Bad Art for Bad People”, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom.


  • 2005

“Like a dog returns to its vomit”, White Cube, London, United Kingdom.

“Explaining Christians to Dinosaurs”, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria.


  • 2004

“Insult to Injury”, Kunst Sammlungen der Veste, Coburg, Germany.

“The Marriage of Reason and Squalor”, CAC Málaga, Málaga, Spain; Dunkers Kulturhus, Sweden.


  • 2003

“Jake & Dinos Chapman”, The Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“The Rape Of Creativity”, Modern Art Oxford, United Kingdom.

“Jake & Dinos Chapman,“ Museum Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf, Germany.


  • 2002

“Works from the Chapman Family Collection”, White Cube, London, United Kingdom.

“Jake and Dinos Chapman”, Groninger Museum, Groninger, Netherlands.


  • 2001

“Jackie & Denise Chapwoman”. New Work, Modern Art, London, United Kingdom.



“Jake & Dinos Chapman“, Kunst Werke, Berlin, Germany.

“GCSE Art Exam”, The Art Ginza Space, Tōkyō, Japan.


  • 1999

“Jake & Dinos Chapman”, Fig.1, London, United Kingdom.

Disasters of War ,White Cube, London, United Kingdom.


  • 1998

“Dinos & Jake Chapman”, Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris, France.


  • 1997

“Six Feet Under”, Gagosian Gallery, New York, USA.


  • 1996

“Solo Exhibition”, P-House, Tōkyō, Japan.

“Zero Principle”, Giò Marconi, Milan, Italy.

“Chapmanworld”, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, United Kingdom / Grazer Kunstverein, Graz, Austria.


  • 1995

“Solo Exhibition”, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, USA.

“Zygotic acceleration, biogenetic, de-sublimated libidinal model (enlarged x 1000)”, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Bring Me the Head of Franco Toselli!”, Ridinghouse Editions, London, United Kingdom.

“Five Easy Pissers”, Andréhn-Schiptjenko Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden.


  • 1994

“Great Deeds Against the Dead”, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Mummy & Daddy”, Galeria Franco Toselli, Milan, Italy.


  • 1993

“The Disasters of War”, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, United Kingdom.


  • 1992

“We Are Artists”, Hales Gallery, London, United Kingdom / Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, United Kingdom.





  • 2016

“Takeshi Murakami’s Superflat Collection – From Shōhaku and Rosanjin to Anselm Keifer”, Yokohama Art Museum, Yokohama, Japan.

“Le Rêve”, Musee Cantini, Marseille, France.


  • 2015

“Going Public”, International Art Collectors In Sheffield, Sheffield Cathedral, United Kingdom.

“Boom, Bubble, Blast”, Kunst Genen, Dresden, Germany.

“Sleepless”, 21er Haus, Vienna, Austria.

“Rack em’up”, Shapero Modern, London, United Kingdom

“Sunday in the Park with Ed”, Display Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Mannequin d’artiste, Mannequin fétiche”, Musee Bourdelle, Paris, France.

“In the Shadow of Eros – A Story of Love and Death”, Royal Monestary of Brou, Bourg-en-Bresse, France.

“The Second Hand: Reworked Art Over Time”, The Courthauld Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Milan Triennale Food Expo”, Triennale di Milano, Milano, Italy.

“De Arrogantie Van De Jeugd”, Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam, Netherlands.


  • 2014

“La Part Animale”, Galerie Sophie Scheidecker, Paris, France.

“Las Huellas del Camino ”,CAC Málaga, Málaga, Spain.

“Les désastres de la guerre 1800 – 2014”, Louvre-Lens Museum, Lens, France.

“M16: Peace one Day”, ICA, London, United Kingdom.

“Disturbing Innocence”, The Flag Art Foundation, New York, USA.

“Day of The Dead”, The Bargehouse, London, United Kingdom.

“Silent Partners: Artist and Mannequin from Function to Fetish”, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

“Fatal Consequences: The Chapman Brothers and Goya’s Disasters of War”, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

“By Destiny”, Arario Museum, Dongmun Motel, Jeju Island, South Korea.

“ARTLOVERS: histoires d’art dans la collection Pinault”, Grimaldi Forum, Monaco.

“Damage Control: Art and Destruction since 1950”, Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean – Mudam, Luxembourg.

“Crime in Art”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Kraków, Poland.

“Trop humain. Artistes des 20e et 21 siècles devant la souffrance”, Musée international de la Croix-Rouge, Mamco – Musée d'art moderne et contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland.


  • 2013

“Toot Toot Tootsie Goodbye”, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark.

“10th Anniversary Exhibition”, CAC, Málaga, Spain.

“Iconoclasm”, Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom.

“Island”, Dairy Art Centre, London, United Kingdom.

“Damage Control: Art & Destruction Since 1950”, Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington, USA.

“Théâtre du Monde”, la Maison rouge, Paris, France.

“Viewing Room”, All Visual Arts, London, United Kingdom.

“Art under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm”, Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom.

“Victoriana: The Art of Revival”, Guildhall Art Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Damage Control: Art & Destruction Since 1950”, Hirshhorn Museum, Washington D.C., USA.

“Capita Selecta” Groninger Museum, Groninger Museum, Groningen, Netherlands.

“Les aventures de la vérité”, Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, France.

“L’art à l’épreuve du monde”, Depoland, Dunkerque, France.

“Sculpture in the City”, London, United Kingdom.

“FULL HOUSE”, Schönewald Fine Arts, Dusseldorf, Germany.


  • 2012

“Metamorphosis: The Transformation of Being”, All Visual Arts, London, United Kingdom.

“Beyond Reality, British Painting Today”, Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic.

“AKA PEACE”, ICA, London, United Kingdom.

“Son et Lumière – Material, Transition, Time”, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan.

“The Art of Chess”, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Adventureland Golf”, Grundy Ary Gallery, Blackpool, United Kingdom.

“Babel”, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille, France.

“The Best of Times, The Worst of Times. Rebirth and Apocalypse in Contemporary Art”, 1st Kiev Biennial Arsenale, Kiev, Ukraine.

“Exquisite Corpses: Drawing and Disfiguration”, MoMA, New York, USA.

“The Mechanical Hand”, Kings Place Gallery, London; Newcastle University Gallery, Newcastle, United Kingdom.

“Morbid Curiosity: The Richard Harris Collection”, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, USA.


  • 2011

“20 Years of Dazed & Confused”, Somerset House, London, United Kingdom.

“Mindful”, Old Vic Tunnels, London, United Kingdom.

“Boundaries Obscured, Haunch of Venison, New York, USA.

“Walter van Beirendonck: Dream the World Awake”, Mode Museum, Antwerp, Belgium.

“My Choice”, Casa das Histórias Paula Rego in Cascais, Portugal; Espaço Fundação EDP, Portugal.

“Tous cannibales”, la Maison Rouge, Paris, France; ME Collectors Room, Berlin, Germany.

“Light Part I”, Paradise Row, London, United Kingdom


  • 2010

“Identity Theft”, Mimmo Scognamiglio Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy.

“Hareng Saur: Ensor and Contemporary Art”, S.M.A.K, Ghent, Belgium.

“Contemporary Magic: A Tarot Deck Art Project”, The National Arts Club, New York, USA.

“Vanitas: The Transcience of Earthly Pleasures”, All Visual Arts, London, United Kingdom.

“Magic Show”, Pumphouse Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Contemporary Eye: Crossovers”, Pallant House Gallery, West Sussex, United Kingdom.

“Decadence Now: Visions of Excess”, Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic.

“Spanish Muse: A Contemporary Response”, Meadows Museum, Texas, USA.

“In Wolves Clothing: Re-Imagining the Doll”, Show Studio, London, United Kingdom.

“Cream”, KIASMA, Helsinki, Finland.

“Kupferstichkabinett: Between Thought and Action”, White Cube, London, United Kingdom.

“Straw Dogs”, Spring Projects, London, United Kingdom.

“…avant il n’y avait rien, aprés on va pouvoir faire mieux”, Circuit Gallery, Lausanne, Switzerland.

“Rude Britannia”, Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom.

“The Beauty of Distance”, 17th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, Australia.

“Fetiches criticos”, Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo Comunidad de Madrid, Madrid, Spain.

“The Art of Chess”, Dox Contemporary, Prague, Czech Republic.

“Shoebox Art”, Haunch of Venison, London, United Kingdom.

“Magic Show, Quad Gallery”, Derby, United Kingdom.

“Crash: Homage to JG Ballard”, Gagosian Gallery, Britannia St., London, United Kingdom.

“Curious”, Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn, Germany.


  • 2009

“Difference on Display”, Niet Normaal, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

“Where Is The Wind, When It Doesn’t Blow?” , Kunstverein Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.

“Barock”, MADRE, Naples, Italy.

“Magic Show Hayward Touring Show”, Quad Gallery, Derby, United Kingdom.

“Play”, Paradise Row, London, United Kingdom.

“Il Faut Être Absolument Moderne”, Paradise Row, Istanbul, Turkey.

“Diabolique”, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Canada.

“Medals of Dishonour”, British Museum, London, United Kingdom.

“Classified”, Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom.

“Mapping the Studio”, Francois Pinault Collection, Punta della Dogana, Venice, Italy.

“Drawing Room 2009 Biennial Fundraiser”, Drawing Room Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Inspired”, City Museum, Glasgow, United Kingdom.

“TURPS BANANA 2”, Galleria Marabini, Milan, Italy.

“Accrochage”, Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany.

“Gothic”, Contemporary Art Society, London, United Kingdom.

“The Art of Chess”, Reykjavik Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland.

“TURPS BANANA 1”, Galleria Marabini, Bologna, Italy.

“Desenhos: A-Z”, Museu da Cidade, Lisbon, Portugal.

“Another Mythology”, National Center of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia.

“In Praise of Shadows”, Galerie Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam, Netherlands.


  • 2008

“Occupied Space 2008: Art For Palestine,” The Mosaic Rooms, A. M. Qattan Foundation, London, United Kingdom.

“Whole Lotta Love”, CFA, Berlin, Germany.

“Lucifer’s Greatest Works of Art”, FRED, Leipzig, Germany.

“Les Caprices de Goya”, Palais des Beaux Arts de Lille, Lille, France.

“Yours, Mine, Ours”, University of Essex Gallery, Colchester, United Kingdom.

“Ad Absurdum. Energies of the absurd from modernity to contemporary art,” Marta Herford, Herford, Germany.

“Sculpture in the Close”, Jesus College, Cambridge University, United Kingdom.

“Good News!”, Orel Art UK, London, United Kingdom.

“You dig the tunnel – I’ll hide the soil”, White Cube Hoxton Square and Shoreditch Town Hall, London , United Kingdom.

“ICA 60th Anniversary Auction 7 Exhibition”, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, United Kingdom.

“Traces du Sacré“, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany.

“In Drawing”, Purdy Hicks Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Laughing in a Foreign Language”, The Hayward Gallery, London, United Kingdom.


  • 2007

“Summer Exhibition 2007,” Annenberg Courtyard, Royal Academy of Arts, London, United Kingdom.

“Mad Love – Young Art from Danish Private Collections”, ARKEN Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen, Denmark.

“Into Me/ Out of Me”, MACRO Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Rome, Italy.

“Meet the Artists: Jake, Paul, George and Dinos”, Deitch Projects, New York, USA.

“Aftershock: Contemporary British Art 1990-2006”, Capital Museum, Beijing, China.


  • 2006

“Jake & Dinos Chapman and John Currin – etchings from the Collection of Magasin III”, Stockholm Konsthall, Magasin III Stockholm Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden.

“Unholy Truths at Initial Access New Art from the Frank Cohen Collection”, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom.

“PLAY”, Bearspace, Deptford, London, United Kingdom.

“Peculiar Culture: The Contemporary Baroque”, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

“Aftershock: Contemporary British Art 1990-2006”, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China.

“Works from the Frank Cohen Collection”, The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, United Kingdom.

“With the Artists: New Paintings by Jake, Paul, George and Dinos”, RS&A, London, United Kingdom.

“Surprise Surprise”, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, United Kingdom.

La collection François Pinault - Une selection Post-Pop”, Palazzo Grazzi, Venice, Italy.

“Eretica”, Museum Sant’Anna, Palermo, Italy.

“People”, Museo D’Arte Contemporanea Donna Regina Napoli, Naples, Italy.

“Scarecrow”, The Evangelos Averrof-Tositsas Foundation, Athens, Greece.

“Into Me/Out of Me”, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York / KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany.

“Summer Exhibition 2006”, Royal Academy of Arts, London, United Kingdom.

“INFINITE PAINTING: Contemporary Painting and Global Realism”, Villa Manin Centro D’Arte Contemporanea, Passariano, Italy.


  • 2005

“Biella Prize for Engraving 2006: Art in the Age of Anxiety”, Museo del Territorio di Biellese, Biella, Italy.

“Little Private Governments”, University of Essex, Essex, United Kingdom.

“ARS 06”, Museum of Contemporary Art KIASMA, Helsinki, Finland.

“The Artist With Two Brains”, Saint Pauls Church, New Art Birmingham, United Kingdom.

“The Wonderful Fund On Tour”, Le Musee de Marrakech, Morocco.

“Family Affairs-Brothers and Sisters in Art”, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany / Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels, Belgium.

“Baroque and Neo Baroque”, Domus Artium, Salamanca, Spain.

“Video II: Allegory“, NRW-Furum Kultur und Wirtschaft, Dusseldorf, Germany.

“Vertigos”, Printemps de Septembre, Toulouse, France.

“When Humour Becomes Painful”, Migros Museum, Zürich, Switzerland.

“Summer Exhibition 2005”, Royal Academy, London, United Kingdom.

“London Calling. Y[oung] B[ritish] A[rtists] Criss-Crossed”, Galleri Kaare Berntsen, Oslo, Norway.

“Bidibidobidiboo”,Palazzo Re Rebaudengo, Piazza del Municipio, Guarene d’Alba, Italy.

“Body: New Art from the UK”, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada.

“Child’s Play”, Rohkunstbau, Berlin, Germany.

“Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Visual Art” , Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow, United Kingdom.


  • 2004

“The New and Improved Andrex Works”, Thomas Olbricht Collection, Essen, Germany.

“In Print: Contemporary British Art from the Paragon Press”, Taipei Museum of Fine Art, Taipei, Taiwan.

“Mixed-up Childhood. An Exhibition for Grown-ups”, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New-Zealand.

“Critic’s Choice”, FACT, Liverpool, United Kingdom.

“The Christmas Exhibition 2004”, Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

“Paper Democracy. Contemporary Art in Editions on Paper”, Edifício Cultura Inglesa, São Paulo, Brazil.

“The Charged Image”, Collection of Douglas Cramer, Joseloff Gallery, West Hartford, USA.

“Deliver Us From Evil”, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, USA.

After Images, Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen, Germany.

“In Print: Contemporary British Art from the Paragon Press Singapore”, Tyler Print Institute, Singapore.

“At War”, CCCB, Barcelona, Spain.


  • 2003

“Lonely Planet”, Art Tower Mito, Ibaraki, Japan.

“Mike Kelley: The Uncanny”, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Gewalt, Loushy Art & Editions, Tel Aviv, Israel.

“The Turner Prize”, Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom.

“Reception 1”, Reception, London, United Kingdom.

“FRESH: Contemporary British Artists in Print”, Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

“Independence”, South London Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Did you hear about that frog who wanted to be a prince?”, Egg, London, United Kingdom.

“The Summer Exhibition”, Royal Academy of Arts, London, United Kingdom.

“Mars. Art and War“, Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz, Austria.


  • 2002

“Coollustre”, Collection Lambert en Avignon, France.

“Fran El Greco Till Dali”, Nationalmuseum, Sweden.

“In Print: Contemporary British Art from the Paragon Press”, International Graphic Arts Centre, Ljubljana, Slovenia; Hakodate Museum, Hakodate, Japan; Marugame Museum of Contemporary Art, Marugame, Japan.

“Rapture: Art’s Seduction by Fashion Since 1970”, Barbican Gallery, London, United Kingdom.


  • 2001

“SHOCK AND SHOW: Realities & Alternatives”, Lipanje Puntin Arte Contemporanea, Trieste, Italy.

“In Print: Contemporary British Art from the Paragon Press”, Art Pavilion Cvijeta Zuzoric, Belgrade, Serbia.

“Art Crazy Nation Show”, Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom.

“Utopien heute?“, Kunstverein Ludwigshafen e.V., Ludwigshafen, Germany.

“Francisco Goya and Jake and Dinos Chapman: The Disasters of War”, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, Canada.

“Die Sammlung Olbricht Teil 2. Without Hesitation“, Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst & Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen, Germany.

“Eine Barocke Party“, Kunsthalle Wien, Austria.


  • 2000

“Paper Assets: Collecting Prints and Drawings 1996-2001”, The British Museum, London, United Kingdom.

“Under the Skin. Biological Transformations in Contemporary Art”, Stiftung Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg, Germany.

“To Infinity and Beyond: Editions for the Year 2000”, Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York, USA.

“Drawings and Photographs”, An Exhibition to Benefit the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts, Inc., Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, USA.

“Disasters of War. Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger and Jake and Dinos Chapman”, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Centre, New York, USA.

“Jake & Dinos Chapman and Francisco Goya y Lucientes”, The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada.

“Apocalypse: Beauty and horror in contemporary art”, Royal Academy of Arts, London, United Kingdom.

“ManMoMa. A Thick Bloke Kicking a Dog to Death”, The International 3 Summer Fête, Fairfield, Manchester, United Kingdom.

“The Pölstar Art Programme”, Leicester Square, London, United Kingdom.

“Ant Noises II”, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Gut aufgelegt”, Griffelkunst, Hamburg, Germany.

“Sex and the British”, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Germany; Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France.

Nervous Kingdom, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, United Kingdom.


  • 1999

“Out There”, White Cube², London, United Kingdom.

“Drawn From Life”, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, USA.

“The Anagrammatical Body. The Body and Its Photographic Condition“, Kunsthaus Muerzzuschlag, Mürzzuschlag, Austria.

“Heaven:An Exhibition that will break your heart”, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany; Tate Gallery, Liverpool, United Kingdom.


  • 1998

“Sensation”, Young British Artists, Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA.

“UK Maximum Diversity”, Atelierhaus der Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Wien, Austria.


  • 1997

“Close Echoes. Public Body & Artificial Space”, City Gallery, Prague and Kunsthalle Krems, Austria.

“Wounds: between democracy and redemption in contemporary art”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden.

“Body”, The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

“Minor Sensation”, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

“Sensation. Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection”, Royal Academy of Arts, London, United Kingdom; Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany (1998); Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA (1999-2000).

“Future, Present, Past”, curated by Germano Celant,Venice Biennale, Corderie dell’Arsenale, Venice, Italy.


  • 1996

“Gothic”, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, USA.

“Campo 6: The Spiral Village”, Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht, Netherlands.

“Full House“, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany.

“Young British Artists”, curated by Glen Scott Wright, Roslyn Oxley Gallery, Sydney, Australia .

“Florence Biennale”, curated by Germano Celan, Florence, Italy.

“Life/Live”, curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, ARC, Paris, France; Centro Cultural de Belem, Lisbon, Portugal.

“Some Drawings from London”, Kate Bernard, London, United Kingdom.

“Campo 6: The Spiral Village”, commissioned and curated by Francesco Bonami, Galleria Civica d’Arte Contemporaneo, Turin, Italy.


  • 1995

“Nach Weimar”, curated by Klaus Biesenbach, KunstSammlungen zu Weimar, Germany.

“Little Boy Peep”, Riding House Editions, London, United Kingdom.

“The Cauldron”, curated by Maureen Paley, Dean Clough, Halifax, United Kingdom.

“Brilliant! New Art from London”, Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis; Museum of Contemporary Art, Houston, Texas, USA.


  • 1994

“General Release: Young British Artists”, Venice Biennale, Scuola di San Pasquale, Venice, United Kingdom.

“London-Nu“, Copenhagen, Kunstforeningen, Copenhagen, Denmark.

“The Institute of Cultural Anxiety: Works from the Collection”, curated by Jeremy Miller, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, United Kingdom.

“Liar”, curated by Gregor Miur, Hoxton Square, London, United Kingdom.

“Rien à Signaler”, Galerie Ananlix, Geneva, Switzerland.

“Five British Artists”, Andréhn Schiptjenko, Stockholm, Sweden.

“Great Deeds Against the Dead”, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, USA.

“Matter & Fact”, curated by Neil Miller, Katherine Hamnett Building, London, United Kingdom.

“Watt”, curated by Chris Dercon, Witte de With & Kunsthal Rotterdam, Rottedam, Netherlands.





  • 2015

The Marriage of Reason and Squalor, directed by Jake Chapman, made with Sky Arts, music by Dinos Chapman.


  • 2011

The Organ Grinders Monkey, film by Jake and Dinos Chapman, 15 min 15 s.


  • 2009

Black Hearted Love, video for PJ Harvey & John Parish, 5 min 14 s.


  • 2008

Let’s Go Fucking Mental, video for The Peth, 3 min 8 s.

You Lie you Cheat, video for Spiritualised, 03 min 18 s.


  • 2007

Fucking Hell: Art Class Scene, film by Jake & Dinos Chapman, 05 min 9 s.

Fucking Hell: Birth Scene, film by Jake & Dinos Chapman, 2 min 48 s.

Fucking Hell: Warehouse, film by Jake & Dinos Chapman, 3 min 21 s.


  • 1998

Sacraficial Mutilation & Death In Modern Art, film by Jake & Dinos Chapman, 4 min 55 s.


  • 1997

Studio Tour, film by Jake & Dinos Chapman, 9 min 16 s.





  • 2014

What Do Artists Do All Day, Jake and Dinos Chapman, BBC Four, broadcasted on November 6th, 2014.

2/2 The John Moores Painting Prize with Alexei Sayle, BBC Four, broadcasted on September 21st, 2014.


  • 2013

Derren Brown. The Great Art Robbery, Channel 4, broadcasted on December 13th, 2013.


  • 2007

Imagine – How to Get on in the Art World, BBC One, broadcasted on November 20th, 2007.


  • 1997

Some of My Best Friends are Geniuses, Independent Art Space, London, United Kingdom.


  • 1995

TV Sculpture, commissioned by UnionPictures, Channel 4 and Absolut Vodka.





  • 2003

Bring Me the Head of..., edition of 200, 7 min, published by Ridinghouse Editions, London, United Kingdom.





  • 2014

Jake Chapman talk for “Lost Lectures” series at Alexandra Palace Theatre, London, United Kingdom, November 3rd, 2014.


  • 2012

Jake & Dinos Chapman Q&A following a screening of The Offence at the Barbican, London, United Kingdom, November 25th, 2012.


  • 2011

Jake Chapman in conversation with Sir Norman Rosenthal, Tribeca, New York, USA, October 25th, 2011.


  • 2009

Jake Chapman in conversation with Miranda Sawyer following the launch of The Marriage of Reason and Squalor, Latitude, July 19th, 2009.


  • 2008

Jake Chapman in conversation with Tim Marlow at Foyles Bookshop, London, United Kingdom, November 12, 2008.

Jake & Dinos Chapman on the Judging Panel for The John Moores Prize 2008.

Jake & Dinos Chapman in conversation at the ICA, London, United Kingdom, November 18, 2008.

Jake Chapman talk at Southbank Centre, London, United Kingdom, March 26th, 2008.


  • 2007

Jake & Dinos Chapman in Conversation with Mark Kermode.


  • 2006

Jake & Dinos Chapman in conversation with Adrian Searle, Tate Modern, London, United Kingdom, September 21st, 2006.


  • 2005

Jake Chapman talk at Architectural Association, London, United Kingdom, March 4th, 2005.


  • 2004

“The Nightmare Before Christmas” music festival, Camber Sands, United Kingdom, December 3rd – 5th, 2004.

Jake Chapman in conversation with Nick Hackworth, The Hospital, London, United Kingdom, October 15th, 2004.

The Chapman House of Horrors talk, Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom, September 23rd, 2004.

Dinos Chapman is a selector of Bloomberg New Contemporaries.


  • 2003

Nominated for Turner Prize 2003.

Royal Academy of Arts Charles Wollaston Award, Summer Exhibition.