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War Is Over, Al Quaeda Post

While James Cauty is best-known as one half of electronic rock band The KLF, and as co-founder of The Orb, his art has been causing controversy since way back in 1994 when he burnt 1 million pounds in cash.

Over the years, Cauty’s undeniable political art has taken on the threat of chemical warfare, the US invasion of the Middle East and the world’s history of rioting.

War is Over is an extension of Cauty’s Stamps of Mass Destruction collection, in which he depicted the Queen on postage stamps wearing a gas mask. The piece also lends themes from the artist’s Operation Magic Kingdom series, in which he replaced the faces of US soldiers in action in Iraq with the smiling faces of Mickey Mouse.

The piece depicts Mickey swinging from the gallows and a scoreboard declaring Al Qaeda 1 – USA 0.

This print is from a limited edition of 150, signed by the artist.


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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 150
    Size (cm): 38 x 28
    SKU: AR6434

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    About the artist

    Jimmy Cauty is an English artist, musician and cultural provocateur. He is one-half of The KLF, co-founder of The Orb, and one of the most controversial performance artists of our time.

    Alongside Bill Drummond, Cauty formed the K-Foundation in the nineties, and together they staged a series of ground-breaking actions, including the 1994 K Foundation Art Award for Worst Artist of the Year and the K Foundation Burn A Million Quid. 

    Cauty’s art is radical, subversive and darkly comical. Seminal works include his Stamps of Mass Destruction and Operation Magic Kingdom, which were both created in protest of the Iraq war. He’s also known for his experimental sonic weapons, and his model-making works, Riot in a Jam Jar and Aftermath Dislocation Principle.