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USA-SHOOTING/SOUTH-CAROLINA-RACE
RTX1I159
June 27, 2015
Vanessa White poses with a photo of her brother George Chapman, who was shot and killed in the 1990s,...
Compton, UNITED STATES
Vanessa White poses with a photo of her brother George Chapman, who was shot and killed in the 1990s,...
Vanessa White poses with a photo of her brother George Chapman, who was shot and killed in the 1990s, in Compton, California June 26, 2015. As calls grow to remove the Confederate flag from public spaces across America's South, White says she questions whether that would mark real progress for black Americans like her. Picture taken June 26. To match Insight USA-SHOOTING/SOUTH-CAROLINA-RACE REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
USA-SHOOTING/SOUTH-CAROLINA-RACE
RTX1I157
June 27, 2015
Vanessa White poses with a photo of her brother George Chapman, who was shot and killed in the 1990s,...
Compton, UNITED STATES
Vanessa White poses with a photo of her brother George Chapman, who was shot and killed in the 1990s,...
Vanessa White poses with a photo of her brother George Chapman, who was shot and killed in the 1990s, in Compton, California June 26, 2015. As calls grow to remove the Confederate flag from public spaces across America's South, White says she questions whether that would mark real progress for black Americans like her. Picture taken June 26. To match Insight USA-SHOOTING/SOUTH-CAROLINA-RACE REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
HONGKONG/
RTXZUXY
May 21, 2013
British artist Jake Chapman looks at his artwork "The Sum of All Evil" during an interview in Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China
British artist Jake Chapman looks at his artwork "The Sum of All Evil" during an interview in Hong Kong...
British artist Jake Chapman looks at his artwork "The Sum of All Evil" during an interview in Hong Kong May 21, 2013. The artwork, which is co-created by Chapman's brother Dinos, is a summation of all the worst possible "evils", where violence runs amok in the trans-historical and a-temporal arena, according to exhibition's media release. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
STORM-IKE/
RTX8OFU
September 11, 2008
Brothers John (L) and James Chapman leave a Home Depot store near downtown Houston with a generator,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
John and James Chapman leave a Home Depot store near downtown Houston
Brothers John (L) and James Chapman leave a Home Depot store near downtown Houston with a generator, gas cans, flashlights and other supplies as Houston braced for the arrival of Hurricane Ike September 11, 2008. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES)
BRITAIN
RTR1QI9G
June 06, 2007
British artists Jake (R) and Dinos (L) Chapman pose for photographers next to their new work entitled...
London, United Kingdom
Artists Jake and Dinos Chapman pose with new work in the courtyard of the Royal Academy in London
British artists Jake (R) and Dinos (L) Chapman pose for photographers next to their new work entitled "The Meek Shall Inherit the Earth, but not the Mineral Rights" in the courtyard of the Royal Academy of Arts in London, June 6, 2007. The work comprises three metal dinosaurs and measures over 8 metres in length and 7 metres high. REUTERS/James Boardman (BRITAIN)
CHAPMAN
RTXN6F6
January 27, 2005
British artist Jake Chapman stands next to one of his bronze sculptures titled ÒSex IÓ (2003) at the...
Bregenz, Austria
British artist Jake Chapman stands next to one of his bronze sculptures titled ÒSex IÓ (2003) at the.....
British artist Jake Chapman stands next to one of his bronze sculptures titled ÒSex IÓ (2003) at the Kunsthaus in Bregenz, Austria January 27, 2005. Jake Chapman and his brother [Dinos] are among Britain's leading artists of contemporary art. The exhibition opens on January 29 and can be seen until March 28, 2005.
CHAPMAN
RTXN6F5
January 27, 2005
British artist Jake Chapman stands behind of one of his bronze sculptures titled ÒSex IÓ (2003) at the...
Bregenz, Austria
British artist Jake Chapman stands behind of one of his bronze sculptures titled ÒSex IÓ (2003) at t.....
British artist Jake Chapman stands behind of one of his bronze sculptures titled ÒSex IÓ (2003) at the Kunsthaus in Bregenz, Austria January 27, 2005. [Jake Chapman and his brother Dinos are among Britains leading artists of contemporary art. The exhibition opens on January 29 and can be seen until March 28, 2005.]
ARTS EXHIBITION
RTRLMD7
January 27, 2005
British artist Jake Chapman stands behind of one of his bronze sculptures titled OSex IO (2003) at the...
Bregenz, Austria
British artist Chapman stands behind his sculpture at the Kunsthaus in Bregenz.
British artist Jake Chapman stands behind of one of his bronze sculptures titled OSex IO (2003) at the Kunsthaus in Bregenz, Austria January 27, 2005. Jake Chapman and his brother Dinos are among Britains leading artists of contemporary art. The exhibition opens on January 29 and can be seen until March 28, 2005. REUTERS/Miro Kuzmanovic PR/AA
ARTS EXHIBITION
RTRLMCZ
January 27, 2005
British artist Jake Chapman stands next to one of his bronze sculptures titled OSex IO (2003) at the...
Bregenz, Austria
British artist Chapman stands next to his sculpture at the Kunsthaus in Bregenz.
British artist Jake Chapman stands next to one of his bronze sculptures titled OSex IO (2003) at the Kunsthaus in Bregenz, Austria January 27, 2005. Jake Chapman and his brother Dinos are among Britain's leading artists of contemporary art. The exhibition opens on January 29 and can be seen until March 28, 2005. REUTERS/Miro Kuzmanovic PR/DL
ARTS TURNER
RTR5VLO
October 28, 2003
A Turner Prize-nominated work by British artists Jake & Dinos Chapman
entitled "Death" is seen at the...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
TURNER PRIZE-NOMINATED WORK BY BRITAIN'S CHAPMAN BROTHERS 'DEATH' IS
SEEN AT TATE BRITAIN GALLERY IN...
A Turner Prize-nominated work by British artists Jake & Dinos Chapman
entitled "Death" is seen at the Tate Britain gallery in London, October
28, 2003. The winner of the 20,000 pound ($34,000) annual prize will be
announced on December 7. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
RTR5VKP
October 28, 2003
A Turner Prize-nominated work by British artists Jake & Dinos Chapman
entitled "Sex" is seen at the...
United Kingdom
TURNER PRIZE-NOMINATED WORK BY BRITAIN'S CHAPMAN BROTHERS 'SEX' IS SEEN
AT TATE BRITAIN GALLERY IN LONDON....
A Turner Prize-nominated work by British artists Jake & Dinos Chapman
entitled "Sex" is seen at the Tate Britain gallery in London, October
28, 2003. The winner of the 20,000 pound ($34,000) annual prize will be
announced on December 7. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
ARTS TURNER
RTR5U60
October 28, 2003
A Turner Prize-nominated work by British artists Jake & Dinos Chapman
entitled "Death" is seen at the...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
TURNER PRIZE-NOMINATED WORK BY BRITAIN'S CHAPMAN BROTHERS 'DEATH' IS
SEEN AT TATE BRITAIN GALLERY IN...
A Turner Prize-nominated work by British artists Jake & Dinos Chapman
entitled "Death" is seen at the Tate Britain gallery in London, October
28, 2003. The winner of the 20,000 pound ($34,000) annual prize will be
announced on December 7. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
RTR5U5S
October 28, 2003
A Turner Prize-nominated work by British artists Jake & Dinos Chapman
entitled "Sex" is seen at the...
United Kingdom
TURNER PRIZE-NOMINATED WORK BY BRITAIN'S CHAPMAN BROTHERS 'SEX' IS SEEN
AT TATE BRITAIN GALLERY IN LONDON....
A Turner Prize-nominated work by British artists Jake & Dinos Chapman
entitled "Sex" is seen at the Tate Britain gallery in London, October
28, 2003. The winner of the 20,000 pound ($34,000) annual prize will be
announced on December 7. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
CHAPMAN
RTXM81Y
September 30, 2003
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Chapman Family Collection' - on display as part...
London, UK
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Chapman Family Collection' - on display as p.....
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Chapman Family Collection' - on display as part of a major exhibition of the brothers' work at the Saatchi Gallery in London, September 30, 2003. The work comprises 34 wooden tribal fetishes made to look like 19th century imperialist trophies.
CHAPMAN
RTXM81X
September 30, 2003
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Zygotic Acceleration' on display as part of a...
London, UK
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Zygotic Acceleration' on display as part of .....
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Zygotic Acceleration' on display as part of a major exhibition of the brothers' work at the Saatchi Gallery in London, September 30, 2003. The work shows a team of pre-teen girls melting into each other to create a single hermaphroditic torso.
CHAPMAN
RTXM81W
September 30, 2003
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Tragic Anatomies' - on display as part of a major...
London, UK
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Tragic Anatomies' - on display as part of a .....
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Tragic Anatomies' - on display as part of a major exhibition of the brothers' work at the Saatchi Gallery in London, September 30, 2003. The work shows an artificial Eden made of astroturf and plastic plants and populated by conjoined nymphs.
CHAPMAN
RTXM81V
September 30, 2003
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on display as part of a major exhibition...
London, UK
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on display as part of a major exhibi.....
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on display as part of a major exhibition of the brothers' work over the last decade at the Saatchi Gallery in London, September 30, 2003. [Comprised of nine large vitrines, the Chapmans' 'Hell' took two years to make and includes more than 5000 figures inhabiting miniaturised landscapes.]
CHAPMAN
RTXM81U
September 30, 2003
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on display as part of a major exhibition...
London, UK
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on display as part of a major exhibi.....
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on display as part of a major exhibition of the brothers' work over the last decade at the Saatchi Gallery in London, September 30, 2003. [Comprised of nine large vitrines, the Chapmans' 'Hell' took two years to make and includes more than 5000 figures inhabiting miniaturised landscapes.]
CHAPMAN
RTXM81T
September 30, 2003
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on display as part of a major exhibition...
London, UK
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on display as part of a major exhibi.....
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on display as part of a major exhibition of the brothers' work over the last decade at the Saatchi Gallery in London, September 30, 2003. [Comprised of nine large vitrines, the Chapmans' 'Hell' took two years to make and includes more than 5000 figures inhabiting miniaturised landscapes.]
BRITAIN
RTR3Y79
September 30, 2003
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Tragic
Anatomies' - on display as part of a...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DETAIL FROM CHAPMAN BROTHERS EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY AT LONDON'S SAATCHI
GALLERY.
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Tragic
Anatomies' - on display as part of a major exhibition of the brothers'
work at the Saatchi Gallery in London, September 30, 2003. The work
shows an artificial Eden made of astroturf and plastic plants and
populated by conjoined nymphs. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/JV
BRITAIN
RTR3Y6U
September 30, 2003
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on
display as part of a major exhibition...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DETAIL FROM CHAPMAN BROTHERS EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY AT LONDON'S SAATCHI
GALLERY.
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on
display as part of a major exhibition of the brothers' work over the
last decade at the Saatchi Gallery in London, September 30, 2003.
Comprised of nine large vitrines, the Chapmans' 'Hell' took two years
to make and includes more than 5000 figures inhabiting miniaturised
landscapes. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/JV
BRITAIN
RTR3Y6D
September 30, 2003
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on
display as part of a major exhibition...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DETAIL FROM CHAPMAN BROTHERS EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY AT LONDON'S SAATCHI
GALLERY.
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on
display as part of a major exhibition of the brothers' work over the
last decade at the Saatchi Gallery in London, September 30, 2003.
Comprised of nine large vitrines, the Chapmans' 'Hell' took two years
to make and includes more than 5000 figures inhabiting miniaturised
landscapes. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/JV
RTR3XTB
September 30, 2003
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Zygotic
Acceleration' on display as part of...
United Kingdom
DETAIL FROM CHAPMAN BROTHERS EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY AT LONDON'S SAATCHI
GALLERY.
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Zygotic
Acceleration' on display as part of a major exhibition of the brothers'
work at the Saatchi Gallery in London, September 30, 2003. The work
shows a team of pre-teen girls melting into each other to create a
single hermaphroditic torso. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/JV
BRITAIN
RTR3XSK
September 30, 2003
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on
display as part of a major exhibition...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DETAIL FROM CHAPMAN BROTHERS EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY AT LONDON'S SAATCHI
GALLERY.
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Hell' - on
display as part of a major exhibition of the brothers' work over the
last decade at the Saatchi Gallery in London, September 30, 2003.
Comprised of nine large vitrines, the Chapmans' 'Hell' took two years
to make and includes more than 5000 figures inhabiting miniaturised
landscapes. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/JV
RTR3XS2
September 30, 2003
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Chapman Family
Collection' - on display as part...
United Kingdom
DETAIL FROM CHAPMAN BROTHERS EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY AT LONDON'S SAATCHI
GALLERY.
A detail from British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's 'Chapman Family
Collection' - on display as part of a major exhibition of the brothers'
work at the Saatchi Gallery in London, September 30, 2003. The work
comprises 34 wooden tribal fetishes made to look like 19th century
imperialist trophies. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/JV
BOUNTY HUNTERS
RTR3JE
July 02, 2003
Bounty hunters Duane "Dog" Chapman, his half-brother Tim and his son
Leland (L-R) speak with reporters...
Los Angeles, United States of America
BOUNTY HUNTERS SPEAK WITH REPORTERS AFTER BEING ALLOWED TO LEAVE
MEXICO.
Bounty hunters Duane "Dog" Chapman, his half-brother Tim and his son
Leland (L-R) speak with reporters during a news conference July 2, 2003
in Los Angeles, after being held in Mexico on misdemeanor charges of
deprivation of liberty. The bounty hunters were credited with tracking
down fugitive Andrew Luster and apprehending him in Puerto Vallarta,
Mexico last month. Duane Chapman, a born-again Christian, says he does
not believe he broke any laws, though bounty hunting is illegal south
of the border. REUTERS/Jim Ruymen

JR/HB
BOUNTY HUNTER
RTR3J8
July 02, 2003
Duane "Dog" Chapman (L) and his half-brother Tim speak with reporters
during a news conference July...
Los Angeles, United States of America
BOUNTY HUNTER DUANE "DOG" CHAPMAN HOLDS NEWS CONFERENCE IN LOS ANGELES.
Duane "Dog" Chapman (L) and his half-brother Tim speak with reporters
during a news conference July 2, 2003 in Los Angeles, after being held
in Mexico on misdemeanor charges of deprivation of liberty. The bounty
hunters were credited with tracking down fugitive rapist Andrew Luster
and apprehending him in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico last month. REUTERS/Jim
Ruymen

JR
BRITAIN
RTXLW89
April 14, 2003
A visitor walks past Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (C front), Jenny Saville's "Trace"...
London, UK
A visitor walks past Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (C front), Jenny Saville's "Trace.....
A visitor walks past Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (C front), Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C) and the Chapman Brother's "Great Deeds Against The Dead" (R), at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. [The reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
BRITAIN
RTXLW87
April 14, 2003
A visitor walks past Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C) and the Chapman Brother's...
London, UK
A visitor walks past Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C) and the Chapman Brother'.....
A visitor walks past Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C) and the Chapman Brother's "Great Deeds Against The Dead" (R), at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. [The reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin.]
ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLTPX
April 14, 2003
A visitor walks past Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (C
front), Jenny Saville's "Trace"...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
A VISITOR WALKS PAST EXHIBITS AT THE NEW SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.
A visitor walks past Australian born artist Ron Mueck's "Dead Dad" (C
front), Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C) and the
Chapman Brother's "Great Deeds Against The Dead" (R), at the new Saatchi
Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new BritArt
gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is housed
on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of County
Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The reclusive
Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of more than
2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of British
artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

PKM/MD/JV
ARTS SAATCHI
RTRLTPI
April 14, 2003
A visitor walks past Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C)
and the Chapman Brother's...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
A VISITOR WALKS PAST EXHIBITS AT THE NEW SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.
A visitor walks past Jenny Saville's "Trace" (L) Marcus Harvey's "Myra" (C)
and the Chapman Brother's "Great Deeds Against The Dead" (R), at the new
Saatchi Gallery in London, April 14, 2003. Millionaire Charles Saatchi's new
BritArt gallery, which hopes to to attract up to 750,000 visitors a year, is
housed on the banks of the River Thames in the ornate and cavernous halls of
County Hall, the seat of London's government from 1912 to 1987. The
reclusive Saatchi, 59, has over the past two decades amassed a collection of
more than 2,000 pieces and almost single-handedly made the reputations of
British artists Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin. PP03040041 REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

PKM/MD/JV
ATTACK BURIAL
RTR2FQK
March 11, 2002
The family of U.S. Army Cpl. Matthew Commons mourns their loss during
funeral services at Arlington...
Washington, United States of America
FAMILY OF SOLDIER KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN MOURN AT FUNERAL IN ARLINGTON.
The family of U.S. Army Cpl. Matthew Commons mourns their loss during
funeral services at Arlington National Cemetery March 11, 2002. From
left, are Commons' mother Patricia Merek, father Greg Commons, brother
Aaron Commons, younger brother Thomas Commons, and stepmother Linda
Chapman. Commons was killed a week ago during what has been described
as a long and intense firefight with al-Qaida forces in Afghanistan.
REUTERS/Win McNamee

WM/SV
ATTACK CHAPMAN
RTRA1Y
January 10, 2002
Renae Chapman (C) holds her daughter Amanda (2) as Sgt. 1st Class
Jonathan Holmes brings teddy bears...
Ft. Lewis, United States of America
WIDOW OF SGT FIRST CLASS CHAPMAN AND DAUGHTER ATTEND MEMORIAL SERVICE.
Renae Chapman (C) holds her daughter Amanda (2) as Sgt. 1st Class
Jonathan Holmes brings teddy bears to present to Amanada and her
brother at a memorial service for Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Ross Chapman,
January 10, 2002, at Ft. Lewis, Washington. Fellow soldiers, family and
friends honored Chapman, the first American killed by enemy fire in
Afghanistan. Amanada's brother, Brandon, (1) is not visible in photo.
REUTERS/Duncan Livingston/Pool

EMT
GERMANY
RTR76VL
August 12, 2000
A visitor stands in front of a picture at the photographic exhibition "What the Hell I - IX" of British...
Berlin, Germany
EXHIBITION OF BRITISH ARTISTS DINOS AND JAKE CHAPMAN IN BERLIN.
A visitor stands in front of a picture at the photographic exhibition "What the Hell I - IX" of British artists Dinos and Jake Chapman at the Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin August 12, 2000. The exhibition is the first part of a new major work complex of the Chapman brothers, which comprises sculpture, film and photography.

AKW/AA
GERMANY
RTR76VF
August 12, 2000
A visitor stands in front of a picture at the photographic exhibition "What the Hell I - IX" by British...
Berlin, Germany
EXHIBITION BY BRITISH ARTISTS DINOS AND JAKE CHAPMAN IN BERLIN.
A visitor stands in front of a picture at the photographic exhibition "What the Hell I - IX" by British artists Dinos and Jake Chapman at the Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin August 12, 2000. The exhibition is the first part of a new major work complex by the Chapman brothers in sculpture, film and photography.

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