Sorry I’m Not Sorry, in the words of artist Robert Chaplin, is a collection of “satirical Canadiana, doggerel, questions, memories & fleeting notions”. Sometimes inflammatory, sometimes playful, the book was produced for the opening of Robert Chaplin: About Time, an exhibition which surveyed twenty years of drawing, painting, and sculpture. A separate critical volume by Jerry Zaslove, A Dossier Against Cynicism: Two Essays for Robert Chaplin, was published simultaneously.
One volume, with debossed letterpress cover, 56 pp.
Robert Chaplin is an artist and publisher currently based in Vancouver. His practice includes carving gem stones, making sculptures, drawing pictures, writing stories, and publishing books. He holds the Guinness World Record for publishing the world’s smallest book. He studied Fine Art at the University of Victoria, and was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2004.