The catalogue of the Stuckists' Go West show at
Spectrum London gallery in 2006. Work by 10 artists plus essay by Edward
featured: Charles Thomson, Joe Machine, Paul Harvey, Ella Guru, Peter
Philip Absolon, Wolf Howard, Bill Lewis, Eamon Everall and Elsa Dax.
The front cover is a wedding photo of Charles Thomson and Stella Vine.
£10.00, published by Spectrum London 2006. 23cm square, 36 pages,
40 colour pictures.
Tel: 020 8343 4282 Email: email@example.com
Stuckist on Stuckism Essay
by Charles Thomson from The Stuckists Punk Victorian book.
Read online here. Download
word doc (16 pages) here.
STUCKISTS PUNK VICTORIAN
The definitive book of the Stuckists'
major show at the Walker Art Gallery during the 2004 Liverpool Biennial.
Work by, and biographies of, 37 UK and international artists, plus essays
by Stuckist co-founder Charles Thomson and author Paul O'Keeffe, and
unpublished photos of artists, show and demonstrations.
2004 by National Museums Liverpool 2004, ISBN 1-902700-27-9.
24 x 21cm, 144 pages, over 150 colour illustrations. Editor: Frank Milner.
National Museums Liverpool here,
bookshops or search.
TEAR INTO BRITART'S FINEST"
"The Stuckists, a group of contemporary artists opposed to conceptual
art, are about to publish their first book. It's called Punk Victorian,
and contains some hard-hitting stuff. Damien Hirst is dismissed as a
"Harry Enfield-type character", and "a ridiculous yob artist". The Tate
director Sir Nicholas Serota, is a "hypocrite", and Charles Saatchi
a "copycat", responsible for a "dysfunctional decade of art". But it
is Tracey Emin who cops the most stick. Before achieving fame, Emin
had an affair with the Stuckist, Billy Childish. The book picks over
this, and credits Childish with "discovering" her. It also alleges that
Emin has erased him from her CV."
The Independent (4.11.04), scan
first book on the Stuckists. It features the 13 members of the original
Stuckist group when they exhibited at The Real Turner Prize Show
2000 in Shoreditch, London. There are paintings, artist biogs, six manifestos
by Childish/ Thomson, a history of the group's origins in North Kent
twenty-five years ago and a foreword by David Lee, editor of The
£9.95, published by Victoria Press 2000 for superhumanism.com,
ISBN: 0 907165. 27 3.
A4 size, 48 pages including 16 full page colour plates. Editor: Katherine
Available from bookshops, museums and galleries,
including Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Pompidou Centre and Lowry Centre,
Distributed by Art Books International, Unit 14, Grove
Business Centre, Shipton Road, Milton-under-Wychwood, Chipping Norton,
Oxon OX7 6JP. Tel: 01993 830000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web site: www.artbooksinternational.co.uk
IT'S A DIRTY JOB
Exclusive interviews with Charles Thomson, Billy Childish,
Stella Vine, Joe Machine, Wolf Howard, Ella Guru, Bill Lewis, Paul Harvey
and Elsa Dax.
£12 plus £1 p&p,
produced and directed by Carol Lynn, approx 60 minutes.
to Medway Delta Press, PO Box 479, Chatham, Kent ME4 5WX.
Other Medway Delta productions are on www.medwaydeltapress.com
STUCKISTS: ART OR ARSE
Out of stock - this CD is now a
edition. Includes the title song, The Turner Prize Song Art or Arse?
- You Be the Judge with Tracey Emin's voice at the beginning, and
another song, Anachronism in the UK, both written and sung by
Billy Childish with Wolf Howard, plus The Turner Prize Manifesto, read
by Charles Thomson.
Hear Art or Arse
song by Billy Childish here
STUCKISTS: ART OR ARSE
The 7" vinyl single version for general release.
the title song, The Turner Prize Song Art or Arse? - You Be the
Judge, with Tracey Emin's voice at the beginning, and a different
version of Anachronism in the UK, both written and sung by
Billy Childish with Wolf Howard, plus The Turner Prize Manifesto,
read by Billy Childish.
by Damaged Goods, Damgood198, available from their online
shop or Ebay.
great Punk Rock tune" -
"I really love both sides" - Gullbuy.com
MEDWAY POETS LP
12" vinyl LP long out of stock. Recorded in Rochester
at the end of 1987 and released in 1988. Poems by Billy Childish,
Bill Lewis, Sexton Ming and Charles Thomson with guest spots from
Rob Early (one of the original group - but Miriam Carney is missing),
Tracey Emin, Vic Templar and the Natural Born Lovers.
copy is advertised for £75 in excellent condition at andrewburgin.com
(as of 13.7.08). Ebay price is likely to be £35 - £50
of the first Stuckist manifesto + a quote from it on a badge available
sfrom A4ds on etsy.com
(as of 12.2.09). Enlargement of badge.
a Stuckist picture for your mobile phone at www.candyspace.tv.
Click 'still', then 'art. Go to pages 9 -11.
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