Jake and Dinos Chapman: Bad Art for Bad People
Jake and Dinos Chapman are leading British contemporary artists who came to prominence during the 1990s as part of the generation of so-called YBAs (Young British Artists).
They ask us to consider what we see as good or bad art – whether ‘bad’ art really is made by or for bad people – and to probe the assumptions that underlie established aesthetic criteria.
A number of works tackle our assumptions about sex and sexuality, including the presumed innocence and asexuality of children, and the proximity between sex and death.
Saturday 24th February 2007
Meet Luan & Vinny in the foyer of Tate Liverpool at 11am.
Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4BB. Click here for visitor information or call 0151 702 7400.
A Tate Liverpool guide
A Tate guide will provide a tour and facilitate a discussion for the group where we can talk about what we thought about the exhibition.
Tickets are normally £5 but this event is FREE to culturepool.